the FA Cup match on Saturday between Millwall and Everton got a bloody prelude, since the outbreak of fights between the two clubs ' fans.
on Monday, describing the English police clashes in connection with the match as the worst examples of football violence in England for a long time.
Millwall vs Everton outside Surrey Quays station pic.twitter.com/4BddyVdfK7— Mike McEvoy (@mikemcevoy0) January 26, 2019
- the Riots before, during and after the match between Millwall and Everton Saturday 26. January was some of the most shocking forms of football violence, as we have seen in a long time.
- The abhorrent behavior lasted for some hours, and involved a dozen people and gave at least one serious injury.
- A person was brought to the hospital with a terrible injury in the face, which will change the person's life. One of our police officers also came to injury, but has been discharged from hospital, says spokesman Matt Twist from the police in London, according to AFP.
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It was a Everton fan who was attacked by a Millwall supporter before the match, which had suffered so severe injuries in the face, he will be marked by it for the rest of your life.
the Man has subsequently posted photos of his face on social media, where one sees a deep wound with several stitches from the mouth and up along her cheek to the right eye.
This is how Jay Burns looks like now. This is devastating. But I won’t stand up for him either. He could have gone home safe, without engaging in any fights. Stop the violence! pic.twitter.com/XCVBciuG59— Luísa Regadas (@luisasregadas) January 28, 2019
in addition to the violent clashes examine the police are currently also through social media examples of racist chants during the match, which Millwall won 3-2.
England's Football association (FA) has previously announced that they are investigating the matter, and Millwall have announced that they will impose livstidskarantæner to the club's matches for the persons who might be convicted in the case.
According to the executive director in Millwall, Steve Kavanagh, has fodboldvolden spoiled the joy of victory and the ticket to ottendedelsfinalen in the traditional cup.
- Millwall FC may not be responsible to educate the whole of the south east of London and this here group of people to behave properly.
- We need to work together to find solutions, says Kavanagh according to the BBC.