Southampton pledge bans after fans detained for ‘mocking’ Emiliano Sala | Football
Police have detained two Southampton fans who seemed to mock the loss of life of the Cardiff striker Emiliano Sala, on an afternoon when unrelated incidents put fan dysfunction again within the highlight.
At St Mary’s, two males had been filmed it seems that making aircraft gestures all the way through Southampton’s defeat to Cardiff in connection with the crash which killed Sala and left the sunshine plane’s pilot, David Ibbotson, lacking.
Southampton later showed police had detained two males, including: “Such behaviour has no place in our game and will not be tolerated at St Mary’s. The club will ban those supporters identified.”
Meanwhile, two males had been taken to health center to be handled for facial accidents sustained all the way through violence outdoor Vicarage Road following Watford’s win over Everton.
Police stated 4 males had been arrested in reference to the incident, which came about simply after 5pm on a stretch of highway the place the visiting fans’ coaches had been parked up.
One witness reported seeing a Watford fan “lying on the floor, apparently unconscious, with blood on his face … Friends around him were crying and shouting for people to help and call an ambulance.”
It comes a month after the Metropolitan police described preventing that broke out earlier than Everton’s FA Cup fit at Millwall as “some of the most shocking football violence seen for some time”. A 27-year-old used to be arrested remaining week in reference to that incident, which left one Everton fan with “a life-changing” scar having been slashed around the face.