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Everton: FA back Evertons search for hooligans

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posted on Feb, 20 2005 @ 07:04 AM
The FA have welcomed Everton's initiative to identify the thug who threw an object at Manchester United goalkeeper Roy Carroll during Saturday's FA Cup tie at Goodison Park. The fifth-round match was held up in the second half when Carroll was struck by a missile - believed to be a coin - thrown from the crowd.

A number of other missiles were also hurled, including a mobile phone, and after the match violence spilled onto the surrounding streets. Police made 33 arrests and five officers were injured - one of them requiring hospital treatment - after trying to break up groups of fighting supporters who clashed in the Everton Valley district of Liverpool.

Source: Sportinglife

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