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Brazil - Holland - 02/07/2010

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Free-fight - 04/07/10

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Stuttgart (22) vs Lyon (18)

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Germany - Spain - 07/07/2010

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BERLIN FAN MILE 52 arrested after semi-final

A total of 52 people were arrested on Berlin's famous Fan Mile on Wednesday night after Germany crashed out of the World Cup with a 1-0 semi-final loss to Spain. Reasons for the arrests in what were described as 'isolated incidents' included assault. Police, however, said they were pleased with the low level of problems in view of the fact up to 350,000 fans watched the game at the Fan Mile, which runs from the Brandenburg Gate along the Straße des 17. Juni.
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Colwyn Bay - Chester FC - 10/07/2010

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Crowd trouble mars Chester FC first match at Colwyn Bay‎

DRUNKEN Chester football fans smashed toilets, shouted racist obscenities and attacked stewards and police at a friendly game against Colwyn Bay on Saturday.

Fans looked on in disgust after a minority among the 1,300 travelling supporters marred their historic first match since their rebirth as Chester FC at Llanelian Road.

Colwyn Bay spokesman Mark Williams said: “We had a minute’s silence before the game for a former player but a big chunk of the Chester fans decided to shout though it.

“Twenty minutes into the game they ripped pipework off the clubhouse toilets wall. There was water everywhere. They caused hundreds of pounds worth of damage and smashed wooden barriers as well.

“In the second half with Colwyn Bay winning 2-0 they sang anti-Welsh songs and called us abusive names. Then two drunk Chester fans started fighting with each other. One went over, had a gash on his head with blood everywhere. When our security went to help, about 30-40 of them started on them. Police quickly dealt with it.”

James Williams, of Llanddulas, said: “There must have been 1,000 Chester fans there. Most were fine but there were about 30 just walking around looking for trouble, they weren’t even watching the game.

“In the second half a group of them started fighting among themselves before turning on the security guards and then the police.

“I was with my brother in law and his son, so once the fighting started we just went to leave. We were blocked in though as more police arrived, including riot vans. We saw people with blood on them and they were taking on the police and even the police dogs.”

Landlady of the nearby Marine Hotel Wendy Wilson, 63, said: “One group of Chester fans in the pub were well-behaved but a different group were very, very abusive. They called us horrible names when me and my partner went to get our glasses from them. One of them tried to throw his beer over me.”

Old Colwyn councillor Cheryl Carlisle said: “It was very, very frightening.”

North Wales Police superintendent Rob Kirman said: “A small number of Chester fans had got quite drunk before the start of the match. There was a slight disorder in the town centre and two Chester fans were arrested. At the ground we had another small disorder resulting in one further Chester fan being arrested for a public order offence.”

Chester chairman Chris Pilsbury said: “It has soured what should have been a really, good carnival event.”

Colwyn Bay president Roger Skinner added: “It’s a great shame what has happened because the majority of people were well behaved.” Chester FC are due to play against Rhyl on Saturday.

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Sedan (France) - RSC Charleroi (Belgium) - Friendly game - 10/07/2010

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+- 40 Charleroi lads (mix youth/old) in Sedan city center at 12 with the aim to know where locals are but no one on the phone.
Another French lad gave us the name of their main boozer which is closed.
So we looked for them in the all city but on our way, we marched through a french chavs part of the city.
After a few insults with migrants, many chavs arrived from everywhere.
Finally, about hundred armed chavs (knives, bricks, bats, some of them attack with their...cars...).
We tried to fronted them but after 20 minutes, we retreated and police arrived on the scene...police who also retreated against these chavs.

One Charleroi lad was injured at his head and also had a broken leg.

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Spain - The Netherlands - 10/07/2010

Source: http://www.gazzetta.it/Speciali/Mondiale_2010/12-07-2010/barcellona-21-arresti-74-feriti-71414612621.shtml

In Barcelona, catalunyan police have arrested 21 people and 74 others were injured during troubles which occured after Spain became World champion.
In these 74 wounded people, 12 policemen and 21 were hospitalized.

In Bilbao, two men, 25 and 36 years old, were arrested, as they are suspected to have assaulted a Spanish fan who was attacked with baseball bats.

The Netherlands, 30 injured - Some troubles occured in the country as the Oranjes lost the game.
About 30 people were arrested in all the country, but mainly in Utrecht.
Police forces also intervened in Emmen, Hoogeveen Meppel, Groningen and Stadskanaal.


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FC Nantes - Rennes - Friendly game - 14/07/2010

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Durinf the afternoon a fight opposed about 40 Nantes (Brigade Loire - Urban Service) to about 20 Rennes. Nantes won.
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Egypt: Al Ahly - ?? - Friendly game - 13/07/2010

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Clashes erupted inside the stadium, opposing supporters to police.
Twelve policemen were injured and 19 people injured.

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York City - Hull City - 17/07/2010

Source : thisisbeverleylocal.co.uk

Hull City fans involved in violent scenes in York

Trouble has flared before Hull City's pre-season friendly in York.

Officers held about 50 Tigers fans in a pub for up to two hours before escorting them to the station.

Violence broke out ahead of the match between the two sets of fans.

North Yorkshire Police cordoned off a busy shopping area at around 11.30am.

One man has been arrested.

It is currently not known clear if he is a Hull City or York City fan.

Eyewitness Sandra Preston, who works in York city centre, said her building was "locked down" by officers.

She described officers dressed in riot gear leading fans away from the city.

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Source : The Press, York

Rioting Hull City fans barricade themselves in York city centre pub

DOZENS of riot police sealed off part of York City centre today after up to 50 Hull City fans barricaded themselves in a pub.

Officers in full riot gear, accompanied by dogs, surrounded Lendal Cellars in St Helen's Square.

Shoppers and diners were trapped in nearby shops and restaurants, while hundreds of people watched from behind police tapes as the drama unfolded.

A North Yorkshire Police spokesman said the trouble began when the Hull fans, whose team are playing York City in a friendly match this afternoon, arrived in York by train and went to the Punchbowl Wetherspoon's pub at the top of Micklegate.

He said they then clashed with some York fans and police were called, but the Hull supporters then made their way to Lendal Cellars, where they hurled bottles into St Helen's Square before taking over the bar and barricading themselves in.

Police later marched 40 to 50 chanting fans over Lendal Bridge to take them back to the railway station.

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Archbishop of York condemns violence in city centre

The Archbishop of York has urged police to track down the football fans who brought violence to the centre of York.

St Helen's Square was closed off on Saturday after violence erupted among Hull City fans before their team's pre-season friendly against York City.

The archbishop, Dr John Sentamu, who is also York City's patron, said: "I hope the police use CCTV to get hold of all those who committed crimes."

He said the troublemakers should be "brought to book" by being prosecuted.

He was joined in his condemnation by Hull City Council leader Carl Minns who said the fans' behaviour had "brought shame" to Hull.

He said he had spoken to the leader of York City Council and apologised on behalf of the people of Hull, who had been celebrating the return of the Round The World yacht fleet to the Humber at the same time as the trouble in York.

"It has brought shame on the city on what was a fantastic day here with the world's eyes upon us," he said.

North Yorkshire Police, who arrested two men from Hull and one man from York for disorder offences, said the incident had been "dealt with robustly".

Officers in riot gear and with police dogs contained the group of 40 to 50 Hull fans inside the Lendal Cellars pub where the trouble first flared up.

Two hours later the police escorted the group to the railway station where they were put on a train back to Hull.

Supt Lisa Winward said: "This was a pre-season friendly match and we had no indications that there would be any trouble ahead of the game.

"It is clear that there was a small minority who were determined to spoil the day for everyone else."

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York city square closed amid football violence

One of York's busiest shopping squares was closed off by police after violence erupted among about 50 football fans.

Police cordoned off St Helen's Square as violence broke out among Hull City fans, who were in the city for a pre-season friendly against York City.

Eyewitnesses said officers in riot gear and with police dogs forced the fans into the Lendal Cellars pub where they were contained.

Two hours later the police were seen to escort them to the railway station.

One person has been arrested in connection with the incident.

Eyewitness Sandra Preston, who works in the same building as the Lendal Cellars pub, said she was not allowed to leave the premises for about two hours.

She said the first she knew of the trouble was at about 1130 BST when she heard the sound of breaking glass.

Asked if she was frightened, she said: "I was more concerned in case anyone had been hurt."
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Bath City - Cardiff City - ??/07/2010

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POLICE believe football "fans" from Bristol may have been responsible for the violence surrounding a Bath City match last week.

British Transport Police (BTP) suspect Bath fans had nothing to do with the incident at Oldfield Park station on Thursday night, which followed a pre-season friendly at Twerton Park with Championship side Cardiff City.

Officers believe a group may have travelled from Bristol with the intention of picking a fight with fans from the Welsh club. Anti- Welsh graffiti had also been sprayed inside the ground ahead of the match.

There had been tension between two groups of men as they walked from the ground to the railway station after the game, which Cardiff won 2-0. A 16-year-old boy was arrested by Avon and Somerset police for a public order offence, and has since been released on bail.

The "violent confrontation" between two groups of men at about 9.15pm was witnessed by other passengers and rail staff.

Bristol-based BTP Inspector Andy Irwin-Porter said: "This appeared to be a premeditated attempt to instigate violence by a group whose sole intention was to travel to Bath to confront Cardiff City fans returning home after a football match.

"I would appeal to anyone with any information about this incident, or who knows the identity of anyone involved, to contact British Transport Police in confidence."

During the match, police and club officials decided to segregate the 780 fans after the discovery of anti-Welsh slogans at the ground.

The segregation was lifted at half time, and there were no arrests inside the grounds.

After the match and outside the ground, a bottle was thrown at an away supporters' coach, smashing a side window, but no one was hurt.
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England: Cricket: Susses - Essex - 16/07/2010

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Football hooligans fight at Hove cricket ground


Football fans are reported to have invaded a cricket match and started fighting.

The trouble broke out at the Sussex versus Essex Eagles 20:20 cricket match, at the County Cricket Ground, in Hove, on Friday evening.
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Videoton (Hungary) - NK Maribor (Slovenia) - 15/07/2010

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RSC Charleroi (Belgium) - Reims (France) - Friendly game - 17/07/2010

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A severe fight opposed 15 Charleroi youth to about 10 local chavs who were in a party in the city.
Several windows and pubs were damaged.
Charleroi youth won.
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Arrests promised over Hull City football hooligans’ riot - 20/07/2010

Source: http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/8280993.Arrests_promised_over_Hull_City_hooligans____riot/ (thanks to the sender)

POLICE have said there will be more arrests after 50 football hooligans barricaded themselves inside a York pub and threw glasses and bottles at shoppers.

As reported in The Press, the hooligans, many purportedly supporting Hull City FC, blocked the doors of the Lendal Cellars pub on Saturday, ahead of the club’s friendly match with York City at Bootham Crescent.

Riot police had to cordon off part of the city centre before storming into the pub and marching the troublemakers to the train station where they were put on a train to Hull.

Officers have said they expect to make more arrests after studying CCTV footage and collating intelligence gathered on the day.

Superintendent Lisa Winward, who was in charge of the policing for the event, said: “Our priorities for the day were to ensure the safety of the public and that we could maintain a visible policing presence at the match for the 2,400 fans who attended the game.

“The actions that we took successfully ensured the incident was brought to a close as soon as possible and no one was hurt.

“I would like to ask anyone who got caught up in the disorder to come forward so that we can eliminate them from our enquiries.

“Those responsible will be brought to justice and dealt with robustly.”

A spokesman for Hull City FC said they were waiting for more information from the police before taking action.

A spokesman for the FA said they deplored football-related violence, but could only take action against events that took place inside stadiums rather than on the streets. The spokesman also said football-banning orders – which ban troublemakers from attending matches – can only be imposed by the courts.

As a result of Saturday afternoon’s trouble, four people were arrested.

A man aged 18 from Beverley and a youth aged 16 from Hull were both arrested on suspicion of criminal damage and released on police bail pending further inquiries.

A 20-year-old man from York was arrested for using threatening behaviour and given a penalty notice for disorder before being released and a 36-year-old York man was arrested and charged with using threatening behaviour. He will appear before magistrates next Wednesday.

Anyone who has any information about those involved in the disorder is asked to contact North Yorkshire Police on 0845 6060247.

Alternatively, phone Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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Jeunesse d'Esch (Luxemburg) - AIK Stockholm (Sweden) - 20/07/2010

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Swedish football fans on rampage in Luxembourg

12 Swedish football fans ran were arrested after going on a booze-fuelled rampage and smashing up a restaurant in Luxembourg last night (Tuesday).

Altogether more than 50 rioters took to the streets in the gare area of the city, running over cars and throwing beer bottles before clashing with police.

The fans began their chaotic rampage at about 8pm, climbing over cars and smashing bottles in the Rue de Strasbourg and shouting and singing in Place de paris.

A group then broke off and headed towards the Place de la Gare singing and shouting. They were escorted by police officers.

The mood turned to one of confrontation when a group of fans in a restaurant began yelling at police officers. The situation escalated when police arrested a rioter and the remainder began overturning tables and smashing glasses and bottles

Five officers were injured in the ensuing chaos and police arrested a number of rioters.

Later that night 10 drunken rioters, found damaging a door and shouting in the rue J. Junck, were detained because they posed a danger to the public and at 2am three more fans were also arrested in the same street.

The fans arrived in Luxembourg to support Stockholm in their second Champions League match against Esch Jeunesse in the preliminary stages.

A week ago the Swedish team lost in a close match by 1-0. This evening (Wednesday) at 5pm they will play for a second time and could still qualify for the next stage.

Police warned people planning to attend tonight's match in Esch sur Alzette not to leave their cars near the stadium for fear of further reprisals from Swedish football fans.
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Police ready for Leeds United visit - 23/07/2010

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POLICE say they will be ready for any trouble when Hartlepool United play host to Leeds United on Saturday.
The football match is only a pre-season friendly, but police are expecting a big turnout from the visitors for the game with around 600 away tickets already sold.

Officers will be on patrol in Hartlepool town centre before, during and after the match and say they will be ready for any trouble.

Six fans were arrested in the league meeting between the teams last year after fighting in the Millhouse Stand, in Pool's Victoria Park stadium.

It saw a number of supporters spill onto the field of play and the match, which finished as a 1-0 Leeds victory, was halted for 10 minutes as order was restored.

Leeds fans have had a bad reputation for trouble over the years, and their fans have continued to travel in huge numbers despite the club's fall from grace.

PC Mick Hume, of Hartlepool Police, said: "Sometimes Leeds' reputation precedes them, but we are not approaching Saturday's game any differently than the previous matches between the two sides.

"If anything, we have scaled things down a bit with it being a pre-season friendly, but we will still be ready for any trouble.

"We have spoken to licensees and they are aware that there will be a larger than normal police presence throughout the day.

"We hope the day will be trouble-free, but if a minority come to cause trouble we will be prepared and we will deal with them appropriately."

A Hartlepool United spokesman said around 1,000 tickets have so far been sold but the club is expecting more sales with the tickets office open today and Saturday. He added: "All the games we have had against
Leeds have had atmosphere and we are hoping for more of the same with a big crowd of both home and away fans."

Leeds United were promoted last year to the Championship after spending three seasons in League One, where Pools currently play their football.
Saturday's game kicks off at 3pm.
Tickets are priced at £10 for adults and £5 for under-16s and over-60s.
Any supporters wanting to buy a ticket must be registered on the club's ticket database.
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Grimsby Town - Sheffield Wednesday - ??/07/2010

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Businesses fearful that football thugs could scare tourists away from resort


Several windows at the Fisherman's Arms in Sea View Street were smashed during the violence.


BUSINESSES in Cleethorpes are welcoming police reassurance after the violent scenes that marred Saturday's Grimsby Town friendly against Sheffield Wednesday.

As reported, seven arrests were made – five of which followed fighting on the seafront and further trouble on Sea View Street, which saw a gang of Owls "fans" causing thousands of pounds of damage to the Fisherman's Arms.

Quick-thinking staff and customers stopped them getting in, but they smashed six windows from the outside using weapons including glass bottles and a bike chain.

Landlord Mathew Vincent said the damage will cost between £1,000 and £2,000 to repair.

Since then officers and PCSOs have been visited all premises affected by the trouble – and neighbouring firms – to speak to them about any concerns they may have.

One of the men arrested following Saturday's trouble will be the first to appear at Grimsby Magistrates Court on July 27. Keep checking your Grimsby Telegraph for further details.
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Fenerbahce - Galatasaray - friendly played in Mochengladbach - 21/07/2010

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Three football thugs had already been subject to football banning orders - 22/07/2010

Source : thisisgrimsby.co.uk

THREE Grimsby football thugs who terrorised Albion fans, police and shoppers following their team's relegation have each been the subject of previous football banning orders.

A former officer of the merchant navy was also up at Burton magistrates' court yesterday as five Grimsby Town fans were brought in for the third week of sentencing.

As reported, the police hope to bring 50 yobs to justice after violent clashes before and after the game.
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Lyon - Servette Geneva - Friendly game - 7/7/2010

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Incidents in Tignes

During the friendly game which opposed Lyon to Servette Geneve (3-1), about thirty “supporters” left the streamers and sang fascistic songs. The exhibit of a flag with a celtic cross on red and white bottom pointing out the standard Nazi obliged the police to intervene. At the end of the game, some of its pseudo-supporters of the OL were introduced on the lawn in spite of the safety device installed by the police force.

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FC Antwerp - Germinal Beerschot - Friendly game - 18/07/2010

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Police arrest 41 supporters at the end of this derby

Police forces have arrested 41 troublemakers Sunday night at the end of this friendly derby game which opposed Antwerp to Germinal Beerschot, said police.
Antwerp club would like stadium bans for these troublemakers.
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Grenoble - OGC Nice - Friendly game - 21/07/2010

Source: ledauphine.com

Albertville - Tension at the end of the game, between police of Grenoble ultras

Some Grenoble ultras arrived at the stadium with packs of beer and gum-shields. They also entered inside the stadium with firecrackers and used them which was forbidden.
The mand who used them was identified and changed his clothes to avoid an arrest.

Pepper sprays to intervened

Police let people went out of the stadium and then thy tried to disperse ultras. "On the contrary, they fronted us and we used pepper sprays. It was the best way, not using batons and flash-balls, to avoid injured on both sides".

The man who used firecrackers was arrested.

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Malmö FF - AIK Stockholm - 24/07/2010

Source : sydsvenskan.se

Prior to the game, police charged a mob of 20 AIK fans who tried to cause troubles.

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Lincoln City - Celtic Glasgow - 24/07/2010

Source : The Lincolnite

20 arrested in Imps vs Celtic mayhem

The Lincoln City vs Celtic football match on Saturday, July 24, led to 20 arrests, out of which 12 were locals, as thousands of fans descended upon the city to watch the game, where the Imps lost 4-1. Of the 20 people arrested, four were charged with public order offences, whilst the remainder were released on police bail.

A large number of Celtic fans arrived in the city before the match, and police say there were several problems in locations across the city, including Golden Cross on the High Street, where a smoke grenade was discharged. There was also an assault at the Community Day, where two Celtic supporters were fighting each other, and a fight in the away section within the ground.

Flares and smoke canisters were discharged in the Sincil Bank stadium during the match. One girl in the away section was injured by a flare. Further problems followed outside the Golden Cross, where five of the arrests were made. Two of those arrested were away supporters and they were charged with public order offences.

The High Street witnessed a number of fights after the Celtic won 4-1 against the Imps, as rival supporters clashed. Further arrests were made on the High Street in the vicinity of The Millers Arms and Ritz Phase. Five people where taken to hospital including the girl injured by the flare, and all were released after treatment.

The four people arrested and charged with public order offences were Stuart Stanley (32), from Calderbrace Avenue, Glasgow, Adam Pollock (24), from Blackstone Crescent, Glasgow, Jason Dumphreys (40), from Witham St Hughs, Lincoln, and Benjamin Mole (24), from Eastgate, Bassingham.

Stanley and Pollock were remanded in police custody and will appear at the Lincoln Magistrates Court on Monday, July 26. Dumphreys and Mole were bailed and to appear in court on the same day.

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Four men have been charged over disorder at Lincoln City's pre-season friendly with Celtic.

Flares and smoke canisters were discharged and several rival supporters clashed before, during and after Saturday's match at Sincil Bank.

Five people were injured, including a girl who was hit by a flare. They were treated in hospital.

The four men are charged with public order offences and are due before Lincoln magistrates later.

Twenty people were arrested in total, with the remainder released on police bail pending further inquiries.

Three fixed penalty notices were issued for public disorder offences.



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Help nail 23 cup riot yobs - 25/07/2010

Source: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3068169/Help-nail-23-cup-riot-yobs.html

POLICE want Sun readers to help them nail these football hooligans before the season starts next month.

The 23 thugs were involved in running battles in London's New King's Road after an FA Cup clash between Chelsea and Cardiff in February.

Rival fans broke through a police cordon and attacked each other with fists, boots and weapons. Bricks, bottles, metal traffic signs and bollards were hurled at police.

Our readers' tip-offs have already led to 20 out of 51 suspects being charged with affray, violent disorder and grievous bodily harm.

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