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Advertisements All this weeks away fans sent in to us by our users. Send us your pics and videos of your away days and supporters visiting your ground to admin@footballawaydays.net Spurs fans at Fulham Oxford at Wycombe Derby at Port Vale Bradford at Stockport Hartlepool at Carlisle Forest Green at Bolton Wrexham at Gateshead
Advertisements Liverpool Hooligans attack Chelsea fans outside a pub as can be seen in newly released footage on social media. The savage attack takes place outside The Thomas Frost on County Road, next to Stanley Park, with punches thrown along with bottles and cans before trouble breaks out into oncoming traffic. Liverpool Fans Attack Chelsea supporters outside of Weatherspoons.Liverpool Hooligans attack Chelsea fans outside a pub as can be seen in newly released footage on
Advertisements All this weeks away fans sent in to us by our users. Send us your pics and videos of your away days and supporters visiting your ground to admin@footballawaydays.net Hull City fans at Sheffield United Hull City fans at Sheffield United yesterday pic.twitter.com/ketAX6hxoE— Away Days (@1966awaydays) January 21, 2023 Norwich at Coventry City Accrington Stanley at Barnsley Millwall at Cardiff Bolton fans at Derby Preston at Birmingham Swansea at QPR Fleetwood at Sheff wed West
Advertisements All this weeks away fans sent in to us by our users. Send us your pics and videos of your away days and supporters visiting your ground to admin@footballawaydays.net Leeds fans at Aston Villa Sheffield Wednesday at Wycombe Wrexham Fans at Altringham Huddersfield Town at Hull City Wigan fans at Cardiff Norwich fans at Preston Man City fans at Manchester United Liverpool Fans at Brighton Newport fans at Carlisle Bradford at Wimbledon Grimsby at
Advertisements Shocking footage shows the moment a police officer pushes a football fan to the ground and leaves him lying face down before walking off. The incident took place outside Old Trafford just moments after Manchester United's Carabao Cup victory over Charlton Athletic last night (Tue) at 10 pm. In the clip the man, believed to be a Charlton supporter, approaches three cops who are leading away another person in handcuffs in the stadium’s car
Advertisements Which supporters have been the best away fans today. Vote in the comments box Sheffield United at Millwall Wrexham at Coventry Lincoln Fans at Charlton Sunderland fans at Shrewsbury Burnley fans at Bournemouth Brighton Fans at Boro today Amazing support👏👏 pic.twitter.com/qAzjsDlShs— Away Days (@1966awaydays) January 7, 2023 Southampton Fans at Crystal Palace Portsmouth Fans at Spurs Everton Fans at Manchester United Plymouth Argyle Fans at Bolton
Advertisements Jesse Marsch likes his history but there is very little to enjoy about Leeds United's recent chapters involving Cardiff City and the FA Cup. While it was 30 years ago on Tuesday that Wrexham dumped Arsenal out of the competition, January 6, 2002, marks two decades since the Bluebirds beat Leeds United by the same 2-1 score. These days, while still an upset, Cardiff defeating Leeds wouldn’t be considered anywhere near as big of
Advertisements Manchester United are expected to condemn the chanting from their supporters that took place during the FA Cup third round tie against Everton. MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 21: Frank Lampard of Manchester City salutes the Chelsea fans at the end of the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester City and Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium on September 21, 2014 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images) An LGBT+ group made up of Manchester
Advertisements TWO people were arrested at the Rangers vs Celtic game yesterday. Police revealed that the men, aged 66 and 17, were involved in "acts of disorder". No further information was provided.  Dozens of cops were seen outside Ibrox before the 12.30pm kick-off, as they prepared to police the match.  The New Year derby was the first of 2023 and ended 2-2 following a late goal.  Ange Postecoglou's side went ahead after five minutes through Daizen Maeda
Advertisements Image caption,Linnets manager Tommy Widdrington said the scenes were "not something we want to see" Four men have been arrested following reports of fighting at a non-league football match. The disorder started during the second half of Sunday's National League North match between King's Lynn Town and Lincolnshire rivals Boston United. Norfolk Police said officers were patrolling outside The Walks Stadium at the time. Four men aged 18, 30, 31 and 32 were detained

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