Police release images of 10 men wanted for violence and unrest in Euro 2020 final

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The final, won by Italy on penalties, was marred by clashes between supporters and officials in and around the stadium.

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London police have released images of wanted people in connection with violence and unrest during the Euro 2020 final between England and Italy.

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European football governing body UEFA said on Tuesday it had opened disciplinary proceedings and indicted the English Football Association (FA) with unrest in the Euro 2020 final against Italy at Wembley.

The final, won by Italy on penalties, was marred by clashes between supporters and officials in and around the stadium.

Met police had urged fans not to come to Wembley if they didn’t have a ticket. However, several fans breached the security cords and charged in the Wembley perimeter before kick-off.

British police arrested a total of 86 people during and after the Euro 2020 final, they said on Monday, with offenses ranging from breaches of public order to actual bodily harm (ABH), to a drunken and disorderly behavior and to criminal damage. Police said 19 policemen were injured.

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“The careful investigation will continue to identify other persons of interest or other offenses that may have occurred,” said the metropolitan police. say late saturday.

“This investigation is only in its early stages and I have no doubt that more appeals and arrests will follow,” police said.

Black England players were subjected to a storm of racist abuse online following their loss in the final, with the racist comments also prompting a police investigation and wide condemnation.


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