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In the Net

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  1. If it's all on camera, and he didn't go towards the away support, then I can't see why he should get convicted for running across the pitch in the excitement. In my mind, there is a difference between that, and those who went on the pitch and headed for confrontation.
  2. That appeared to be the case in the ground - Yellow shirt running onto the pitch several times, guy who approached the Rovers' goalie, people chucking seats and coins, Rovers fans who were late arriving (and were escorted to the ground by the Police) allowed to make a charge towards the Williams stand as soon as they got into the ground. Would be interested to know if anybody saw the police actually being pro-active within the ground, to prevent trouble escalating? I note that the clubs are now saying that those "convicted" will be banned.
  3. Yes, ridiculous and a waste of money. They did nothing inside the ground, but raked in the costs charged to both clubs - then do things the easy way several weeks down the line.
  4. Maybe best to wait and see what they are charged with, before assuming that it's just those who ran on the pitch and made a few hand gestures? (surely not) I haven't seen any of the news footage, so - a serious question - do Police just batter the door down straight away, or do they give the occupants the opportunity to answer a knock?
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