Football thugs attacked cops

PUBLISHED: 17:12 13 August 2008 | UPDATED: 15:08 25 August 2010

YOBS that attacked a police line after a football match are wanted by police.

YOBS that attacked a police line after a football match are wanted by police.

After watching Millwall FC lost 2-0 to Leeds United on April 19, police claim a group of Millwall fans shouted and threw stones and coins at officers behind the East stand.

Two men, including a 19-year-old man from Bromley, were arrested at the scene, but police have now released images of 12 other men at the New Den that night.

Superintendent Harrington of Lewisham Police said: "The small minority who come to Millwall to cause trouble are not welcome.

"We continue to work to identify them, catch them and ban them."

The night was also was marred by two arrests before the match and eight afterwards at London Bridge station.

Call 020 8284 846.


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