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UEFA fines Ukrainian club Dnipro for hooliganism - 20/08/2014

Source : http://bigstory.ap.org/

UEFA has fined Ukrainian club Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 50,000 euros ($66,500) for the hooligan behavior of its fans during a Champions League qualifying match against FC Copenhagen.

UEFA says Dnipro will play a home Champions League or Europa League match in an empty stadium if crowd trouble is repeated within two years.

The deferred sanction clears Dnipro to have fans when it hosts Hajduk Split in the Europa League.

Dnipro is playing in Kiev because UEFA judged Dnipropetrovsk in eastern Ukraine to be unsafe to host matches.

Copenhagen fans were attacked by Dnipro fans during a match on July 30. The second half kickoff was delayed by 15 minutes.

The Danish club denied claims that its fans provoked trouble by displaying a Russian flag.
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FC Aktobe - Legia Warszawa - 20/08/2014

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SC Bastia - O.Marseille - 09/08/2014

Source : http://www.theguardian.com + http://www.francetvinfo.fr

Bastia v Marseille fixture leaves 44 police injured

The French government has called for the Professional Football League (LFP) to take action after clashes between police and fans before and after the Ligue 1 match between Bastia and Marseille on Saturday.

The trouble in Corsica left 44 police officers injured, according to a joint statement by Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, minister for sport, and the interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve.

It claimed the officers were attacked by stones and explosive devices outside the stadium. Cazeneuve called for “an end to this violent behaviour, especially towards security forces who must be respected”.

The head of the LFP, Frédéric Thiriez, also condemned the violence.

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KSC Lokeren - Hull City - 21/08/2014

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/

Hull fans allegedly attacked in Belgium after Europa League first leg defeat at Lokeren

* Many Hull supporters were allegedly attacked in Belgium on Thursday night
* Incidents happened after Hull's 1-0 first leg defeat at Lokeren
Hull fans claim Belgian police did nothing as they were pelted with bottles
* Unconfirmed reports that six Hull fans were taken to hospital as a result
* Lokeren fans have apologised to the 'impeccable' Hull supporters

A Hull City fan has demanded the club makes an official complaint to UEFA after his son was one of many away fans allegedly attacked with bottles by Lokeren supporters following their Europa League tie on Thursday night.
At present there are unconfirmed reports that six supporters were taken to hospital as a result of their injuries.
Craig Harper of Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire; claims his teenage son was left with a bloodied head injury after being pelted by a glass bottle in the Belgian municipality.

‘I looked round and his head was covered in blood,’ he told the Hull Daily Mail. ‘I was screaming at the police for first aid for him and they did absolutely nothing, they just looked at us. ‘
We were trying to get away and they just kept us all together, taking us down this little street. There were grandmas and grandads and kids in the crowd.
‘Something needs to be done, the club should make an official complaint to UEFA.’

Mr Harper wasn’t the only travelling Hull fan to vent his anger at the violence.
Many fans took to social media to criticise the Belgian police, with supporters group Amber Nectar reporting that travelling Tigers had been ‘needlessly kettled’ by police in full riot gear as they left the ground.
Video footage of the violence was also caught and uploaded to Instagram by a few Hull supporters.
Lokeren fans have apologised to City supporters and blamed a small minority of troublemakers.

Hans De Vylder, a Lokeren fan who watched the match, said the atmosphere both before and during the game had been excellent.
He said: ‘I feel very sorry about what happened for the impeccable Hull City fans who were at the game, who were at the market place during the day, drinking beers and soft drinks, having fun, enjoying the day in Lokeren and the evening at Daknamstadium.
‘99.99 per cent of Lokeren fans are just football fans who don’t want to quarrel at all!’
Hull host Lokeren in the second leg of their Europa League play-off on 28 August trailing 1-0 after goalkeeper Allan McGregor’s error allowed Hans Vanaken to score in the second-half.

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Source: Hull Daily Mail

Hull City Lokeren police trouble: Fan says son, 17, was smashed over head with glass bottle after Europe League tie

A Belgian police water cannon amid Hull City fans last night. Inset, Ashley Harper, who was injured by a bottle.

A Hull City fan has described how his teenage son was hit over the head with a glass bottle and left with a head injury as supporters came under attack after the Europa League match in Lokeren last night.
Craig Harper, a city fan for more than 30 years, had travelled by ferry to the game in Belgium with his son Ashley.
He told the Mail how police herded Hull City fans down a narrow street past a pub used by Lokeren supporters, where they were then pelted with bottles.

“I looked round and his head was covered in blood,” said Mr Harper.

“I was screaming at the police for first aid for him and they did absolutely nothing, they just looked at us.

“All I had was some tissue in my pocket. I knew there was a petrol station around the corner and I was trying to get there to get him some water but the police kept shoving us back with riot shields.”

Mr Harper, of Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire, said bottles were thrown from the Cafe de Mierennest down a street called Daknamstraat.

“The police stopped us right outside this pub, it was like they knew what was going to happen,” he said. “It was absolutely disgraceful. We were right at the front because we had to get to the ferry.

“We were trying to get away and they just kept us all together, taking us down this little street. There were grandmas and grandads and kids in the crowd.

“Something needs to be done, the club should make an official complaint to UEFA.”

Mr Harper said the atmosphere before the game had been friendly and he could not understand the tactics used by the police.

“People will be saying that it is Hull hooligans who have shown us up but there was no provocation from the Hull fans whatsoever,” he said. “We were just in high spirits, we were signing like we had been in the ground and we were pelted with glass and bottles.”

Following the match, Tigers fans took to social media to criticise the actions of Belgian police.

They say they were confronted by riot police with dogs and water cannons.

Supporters group Amber Nectar said City fans had been “needlessly kettled” by police in full riot gear as they left the ground.

A number of City fans suffered injuries and there are unconfirmed reports six supporters were taken to hospital.

One supporter, Jan Holmes, said on Twitter: “Some (fans) were injured being herded by police. Had bottles thrown at us. Most frightening thing in 50 years supporting City.”

Andy Clark, who was at the match, said: “The Belgian Police should be ashamed of themselves tonight. Disgraceful, utterly disgraceful.”

Chris Skelton, also at the match, said: “How any police force can stand there while kids and women are showered with glass is beyond me. Unbelievable.”

Lokeren fans have apologised to City supporters and blamed a small minority of troublemakers.

Hans De Vylder, a Lokeren fan who watched the match, said the atmosphere both before and during the game had been excellent.

He told the Mail how police led “brave” City fans past one pub where there had been trouble in the 1980s.

He said: “I feel very sorry about what happened for the impeccable Hull City fans who were at the game, who were at the market place during the day, drinking beers and soft drinks, having fun, enjoying the day in Lokeren and the evening at Daknamstadium.

“Unfortunately for them they lost. But the atmosphere was great and hopefully it will be the same next week at the return in Hull and KC stadium.”

“99.99 per cent of Lokeren fans are just football fans who don’t want to quarrel at all!”

Hull man Derrick Johnson has lived in Lokeren for five years and lives just 100 yards from the Mierennest pub where the trouble happened.

He said: “My overriding feeling is one of sadness because the atmosphere throughout the day had been brilliant with both sets of fans mingling.

“A pub in the town centre was closed a few years ago after away fans started throwing bottles, but I have not seen any trouble since I lived here.

“There was talk here before the game that fans from Anderlecht were going to come down here.

“I don’t believe this group of two dozen fans who caused the trouble actually have anything to do with Sporting Lokeren.”

Humberside Police said three Hull City fans were arrested last night. It is not clear how many Belgian fans were arrested and the Mail is awaiting a response from Belgian police.

Two City fans were arrested for being drunk and disorderly and one for criminal damage.

A Humberside Police spokesman said: “The disorder witnessed last night will be taken into account as the return leg approaches and we will police the match accordingly.”

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Source : http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk

Three Hull City fans arrested in Belgium in clashes which also saw Yorkshire teenager injured

Supporters said everything had been peaceful until they were funnelled by police down a narrow residential street and stopped outside a pub where they came under a “shower of flying bottles and beer glasses” thrown by a few Lokeren supporters.

The father of a 17-year-old boy told how his son was injured when he was hit over the head with a glass bottle.

Craig Harper, from Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire, said it was “absolutely disgraceful.” “We were trying to get away and they just kept us altogether, taking us down this little street. Something needs to be done, the club should make an official complaint to UEFA.”

There were unconfirmed reports that six supporters were taken to hospital.

Police came in for much of the criticism for “needlessly kettling” fans and leading them into trouble.

In an Internet post wezzytiger said: “I went to watch a football match and enjoy the beautiful town of Lokeren. I didn’t expect to be bang in the middle of a shower of flying bottles and beer glasses.

“I expected as a professional hard-working person, to be protected from hooligans, but the Belgium police had other agendas.”

Another fan said it was a shame as there had been a “great party atmosphere” beforehand and said police should have cleared the pub before City fans were brought past.

Another said it was a “tiny majority” who caused the problems and hoped there wouldn’t be a revenge attack in the return game at the KC stadium in Hull next week.

One joked about the bar at the centre of the trouble, the Cafe de Mierennest: “If you are ever in Lokeren, you must visit the Meirennest. That pub’s a riot.”



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Ten men charged after disorder at Lincoln football match - 20/08/2014

Source: http://thelincolnite.co.uk/

A group of 10 people have now been charged after disorder at Lincoln City’s home game against Doncaster on July 12.

The incidents all happened before, during of after the friendly match.

Lincolnshire Police officers, including the Dog Section and British Transport Police, were on patrol around the city centre and football ground as the unrest unfolded.

As previously reported, Lincolnshire Police made eight arrests, with two being charged.

Since, eight more people have been charged with various disorder offences, and officers are keen to speak to the two men pictured in relation to events on July 12.

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Six people were charged with offences under Section 4 of the Public Order Act, using threatening/abusive/insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause fear of or provoke unlawful violence.

They are:

Patrick Cassidy, 29, of Ripon Street, Lincoln
Aaron Bee, 22, of Lamb Gardens, Lincoln
Lewis Gooding, 22, of Scorer Street, Lincoln
Ashley Kettleborough, 23, of Roman Wharf, Lincoln
Edward Wilson, 18, of Roman Pavement, Lincoln
Simon Purdy, 35, of Princess Square, Billinghay
Four people were charged with offences under Section 4A of the Public Order Act, using threatening/insulting/abusive words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm, or distress.

They are:

Samuel Sellers, 21, of Lichfield Road, Bracebridge Heath, who also was previously charged with breaking a banning order.
Jordan Munks, 20, of Princess Square, Billinghay
Calum Nesbitt, 22, of Quorn Drive, Lincoln
A 16-year-old boy from Woodhall Spa.
All defendants are on bail to appear before Lincoln Magistrates Court on September 23.

D/Sgt Andrew Kirk, of Lincoln CID, said: “We hope the fact that we have charged a number of individuals in relation to the disruption sends a very strong and clear message that this type of behaviour will not be tolerated.

“In this new football season we want everyone to be able to attend and enjoy football matches without fear of violence or abuse.

“We will seek banning orders and bail conditions on match days that will restrict those found to be responsible for any disruption, meaning they may not be able to enter pubs or go to certain areas that they had in the past.

“If you behave in a way that prevents and disrupts the enjoyment and lifestyle of others then we will do the same to you and demonstrate that this kind of behaviour is not acceptable and will not be allowed to be repeated.

“We are also appealing to the public to help us identify the two men pictured who we are keen to trace in connection with the enquiry. If anyone thinks they know who they are please contact us as soon as possible on the non-emergency number 101.”
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Police appeal on football fans clash - 20/08/2014

Source: http://www.portadowntimes.co.uk/

Police have issued an appeal for information following an altercation between two groups of football fans in Portadown.

The clash, which took place at Portadown railway station between 8.30-8.40pm on Saturday August 9, involved Linfield and Armagh GAA supporters.

Investigating officer, Constable Hughes said, “I would ask anyone with any information about this incident to contact Mahon Road Police Station on the non emergency number 101.

“Or they can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111”.
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Leeds United - Middlesbrough FC - 17/08/2014

Source: http://www.gazettelive.co.uk

Police probe after bottle allegedly thrown at bus full of Boro fans as it arrived at Elland Road

The coach, carrying members of the Boro Twe12th Man fan group, was allegedly targeted as it was stuck in traffic getting into the ground

Police are investigating after a bottle was allegedly thrown at a bus full of Boro fans, smashing a window.

The incident happened as the bus carrying Boro supporters was arriving at Elland Road on Saturday for the away clash against Leeds United.

The coach, carrying members of the Twe12th Man fan group, was allegedly targeted as it was stuck in traffic getting into the ground.

The outer pane of the bus was smashed, although luckily no-one was injured.

A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police confirmed the force would be investigating reports of damage to a coach close to Elland Road on Saturday.

He said: “There was a coach with a broken window. How it happened, I cannot comment because I do not know. We will be looking into it.”

John Donovan, a supporter with the Twe12th Man, said: “We had two coaches travelling to the game. I was on the other bus.

“It happened on the M621 approaching the turn off to Elland Road. The traffic was really slow.

“There was quite a few things being thrown at the buses. Then obviously something smashed a window.

“It damaged the outside of the window pane, although thankfully no-one was injured.

“We had stuff thrown at our bus too, but there was no damage caused.

“When I got off the bus, I informed a police officer about what had happened and he said he was already aware of the incident.”

Jess Dalton was on the bus when the alleged incident happened. She said: “Luckily it only hit one side of the window, it was double-pane so inside was fine, but if it had gone through, people would have been seriously hurt.”

Mr Donovan, who travels to all away games, said this was the first time he had known of this happening.

He said: “You obviously do sometimes get a bit of trouble, but never on this scale. There wasn’t any other trouble on Saturday after that. It’s a shame that it happened.”

Ms Dalton said she could not be certain those who threw the bottles were Leeds United fans, but she said it was clear their bus was carrying Middlesbrough fans.

She said: “Our bus said Jack’s Coaches of Middlesbrough very clearly on the side.”

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Hearts fan charged by police for ‘Nazi salute’ - 17/08/2014

Source: http://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/

A HEARTS fan has been charged by police after being caught on live TV apparently performing a Nazi salute during the Edinburgh derby at Tynecastle.

The 21-year-old man was arrested and charged by police after allegedly making the gesture during the first half of the match against Hibs.

Liam Craig had just missed a penalty for Hibs when Sky cameras panned across the Hearts supporters and picked him out apparently making the Nazi salute.

It is understood that Hearts raised the alarm, and police worked with G4S security guards to approach him and take him into custody.

Police Scotland confirmed the man had been charged with making “offensive gestures” at this afternoon’s match and said he would appear in court at a later date.

In addition, officers made two arrests before the game and another person was arrested during the match.

A further two people were ejected from the stadium during the game, in which Hearts won 2-1.
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Plymouth Argyle - Exeter City - 16/08/2014

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Ten arrests and 31 ejected from ground at Plymouth v Exeter game

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Ten people were arrested and 31 fans ejected from the ground at Exeter's away defeat to Plymouth at Home Park.

Most of the arrests were for public disorder although police could not be specific about charges or which fans were involved.

A further 31 people were ejected from the ground because of their behaviour.

The attendance at the Devon derby game was put at 11,000.

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FC Luzern - KRC Genk - 21/04/2014

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Bari - Avellino - Cup - 23/04/2014

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Troubles errupted between fans inside the San Nicola stadium.

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Algeria: JS Kabylie - USM Alger - 23/04/2014

Source : http://www.theguardian.com/

Striker Albert Ebossé dies after being hit by object thrown from stands

Cameroonian striker Albert Ebossé has died after being hit in the head by an object thrown from the stands during an Algerian league game.

The 24-year-old was fatally struck by a projectile at the end of his club JS Kabylie’s meeting with USM Alger in Tizi Ouzou.

Kabylie said in a statement: “The Ministry of Interior and Local Government, through minister Tayeb Belaiz, has given the instruction to open an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of Albert Ebossé.

“The JSK player succumbed to a head injury after being hit in the head at the end of the meeting with USM Alger.”

Ebossé had scored Kabylie’s goal in a match that finished as a 2-1 home defeat to USM Alger.

Reacting to the news of Ebossé’s death, USM Alger said in a statement: “JS Kabylie’s Cameroonian striker has lost his life after being hit in the head by something launched from the stands.

“This terrible news is saddening for football in our nation and in Cameroon and arrives like a bombshell just hours after the meeting with USM Alger which was played in Tizi Ouzou.

“In these painful circumstances, USM Alger and its members send their deepest condolences to the family of the deceased and to JS Kabylie. May Albert Ebossé rest in peace.”

Ebossé played for Coton Sport FC, Unisport Bafang and Douala AC in his homeland before moving to the Malaysian club Perak FA in 2012. He signed for JS Kabylie in July 2013.
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Luxemburg: Jeunesse Esch - CS Grevenmacher - 23/04/2014

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Arrests Made at Riot following Esch-Grevenmacher Football Game

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More than 40 police officers and eight dog handlers were deployed to disperse a riot following a football game in Esch-sur-Alzette on Friday evening.

The incident happened at around 22:00 at the junction of rue d'Audun and rue J.P. Bausch, just a few minutes walk away from the Stade Municipal Emile Mayrisch.

Followign the game between Jeunesse Esch and CS Grevenmacher, which had been played without incident and which Esch won 4-2, the two sets of fans clashed outside the ground.

Accordign to the Grand Ducal police, a hooligan element from Esch ambushed the Grenmacher fans at the roundabout and threw beer bottles, stones, etc., at the buses transporting the Grenmacher fans. One "extremely inebriated fan" from Esch stood in the way of the second departing bus, following which the hooligans physically attacked the bus with their feet and fists, as well as throwing more items.

At this stage the police, who had been on stand-by until then, intervened and prevented the situation from worsening. Three Esch fans were arrested and were held overnight in police cells.

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Spain: SD Huesca - Real zaragoza - Friendly game - 06/08/2014

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Real Madrid - Atlético Madrid - Supercup - 19/08/2014

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Poland: Korona Kielce – Górnik Zabrze - 15/08/2014

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Brighton & Hove - Sheffield Wednesday - 09/08/2014

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Owls fan cautioned by police after pitch fracas

A Sheffield Wednesday fan has been cautioned by police after being arrested for going on to the pitch after the Owls win at Brighton.

The 20-year-old was tackled to the ground by stewards after going on to the pitch to celebrate after the 1-0 victory.

A Sussex Police spokesman said today: “A 20-year-old man from Pontefract was arrested on suspicion of going on to the playing area at a football match after the final whistle at Brighton and Hove Albion v Sheffield Wednesday at the American Express Community Stadium at Falmer on Saturday.

“He was taken into custody at Brighton and cautioned shortly after 6.30pm.”

Fans of Sheffield Wednesday had accused stewards at Brighton of over-reacting after four of them tackled the supporter.

Several Owls players including Jose Semedo and Gary Madine intervened and appealed for calm after away supporters reacted with anger to the incident which came at the end of Wednesday’s 1-0 win in Brighton on Saturday.

One fan said: “The force was outrageous. The lad had been caught and they still went and rugby tackled him.”

Another said the fan had a large graze on his back as he was being led away.

Dom Howson, The Star’s Owls reporter, said it appeared the fan had run onto the pitch to celebrate and was caught and rugby tackled by four stewards in front of 2,000 Owls fans.

He said: “They manhandled him and it looked rather over-zealous, they certainly roughed him up.

“He was celebrating, running around behind the goal and one of the stewards looked peeved as he managed to run right past him.”

Other fans said the supporter could hardly complain as invading the pitch area was an arrestable offence.

Referring to an incident two seasons ago when a Leeds fan invaded the pitch and attacked the Owls goalkeeper, one said: “The stewards can’t win because the alternative is potentially what we saw with that idiot who hit Chris Kirkland.”

A Wednesday spokesman said the club’s safety officer would be contacting his counterpart at Brighton on Monday to discuss the matter.

No-one from Brighton FC was available to comment.

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Sheffield Wednesday fans hunted by police over mass brawl

Sheffield Wednesday and Chesterfield fans are among those believed to have been involved in a mass brawl on a train.

Owls fans on their way back to Sheffield after an away game at Brighton are thought to have been among those who ended up fighting with Chesterfield fans at Leicester train station on Saturday, August 9.

Two groups clashed, leaving a number of people with injuries, on the 8.56pm London to Sheffield service as it pulled in at Leicester at around 10pm.

CCTV footage is being examined and witness statements have been taken.

PC Marcus Gale, who is leading the investigation, said: “Around 20 people, men and women, became involved in an altercation as the train pulled into Leicester station.

“A number of people received minor injuries as a result, and the service was delayed for more than 21 minutes.

“We believe the people involved may have been travelling back from the Brighton v Sheffield Wednesday game, along with another group travelling back from the Leyton Orient v Chesterfield match.

“We would like to hear from anyone who was travelling on the service, or who was at the station and may have witnessed the incident.

“We take all allegations of anti-social behaviour, racial intolerance and football-related disorder on the rail network very seriously.

“Staff and passengers, as well as law-abiding fans, should feel entitled to travel on trains without having to worry about the actions of a small minority of people who fail to conduct themselves properly.”

As the new Football League and Premiership seasons get underway, British Transport Police and train companies have pledged to step up efforts to ensure fans and other passengers have trouble free journeys on match days.

Police are urging rail staff and members of the public to report all incidents of anti-social behaviour.

Passengers can ‘discreetly’ report crime and disorderly behaviour using BTP’s 61016 text number

A British Transport Police spokesman said: “British Transport Police is making renewed efforts working with the rail industry to identify the small number of violent, drunken, disorderly or racist individuals who give clubs and football generally a bad name.

“Fans who get very drunk, will find they are not allowed to travel; if they are disorderly, they will be removed from trains; if they are violent or racist they will be arrested and banning orders will be sought against them.

“BTP will use CCTV, uniform and plain clothes officers to identify those responsible and then take action against them.”
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MK Dons - AFC Wimbledon - League Cup - 12/08/2014

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Police investigate match fracas

Police are checking hours of CCTV footage after making five arrests when violence flared at the MK Dons and AFC Wimbledon League Cup tie.

Seven people were ejected from Stadium MK in Buckinghamshire on Tuesday.

Two arrested fans were suspected of assaulting stewards. Some invaded the pitch after an AFC Wimbledon goal.

"MK Dons is a family-orientated club and trouble at fixtures is rare," said Thames Valley Police Supt Jim O'Ryan.

A police spokeswoman said: "Investigations are ongoing and this includes viewing a substantial amount of CCTV footage."

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Bristol Rovers - Grimsby Town - 09/08/2014

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Northampton - Mansfield Town - 09/08/2014

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One arrest after incident involving Mansfield Town fans at Cobblers’ first home game of season

One man was arrested and another served with a violence reduction order after an incident involving away fans at Sixfields on Saturday.

Northampton Town defeated Mansfield Town 1-0 in the first game of the 2014/15 season.

During the game, stewards and police had to deal with Mansfield fans damaging the advertising hoardings in the South Stand.

Pc Nick Price, county football officer for Northamptonshire Police, said a number of away fans were questioned after the incident.

“One male was arrested, one male was reported for a public order offence and one male was issued with a section 27 Violent Crime Reduction notice. Thankfully no permanent damage to the advertising boards at the South stand,” he said, via his Twitter feed, @NorpolFootball.

““Unfortunately a small section of the Mansfield Town fans let the club down today.

“The issues raised in relation to stewarding and police action/tactics will be reviewed by the force football lead Supt Mick Stamper, who will also be speaking with the club safety officer about the events today and where we can improve.”

Pc Price said there was also an incident away from the ground “where males linked to both clubs were involved”.

“This incident is still under investigation. CCTV and officer Body Worn Video will be reviewed and CPS consulted in relation to possible further arrests.

“If any arrests are made from any of today’s events, dependant on the subjects previous convictions, etc, football banning orders may be applied for.”

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FC Homburg - Borussia Mönchengladbach - German Cup - 16/08/2014

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Norway: Lillestrøm SK - Vålerenga IF - 17/08/2014

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Portsmouth FC - Cambridge United - 16/08/2014

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Shrewsbury Town - Tranmere Rovers - 16/08/2014

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