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im still here bd theyve not got round to the ringleaders yet

And they never will Eh kpl ! :sherlock:

no mate they wont

did u see smoulder yesterday he was up your neck of the woods before the game

Naw missed him, we stayed for 1 drink to many in the G and he had left by the time we passed ! :sherlock:

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. . . course. :rolleyes: Semi final now day after final ? Stinks to high heaven ! :sherlock:

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/

What stinks more is the behaviour of some of the thugs in Manchester.

If the idiots behaved as the vast majority did then there would have been no consequences and the good name of Rangers and the fans wouldn't be dragged through the mud tiime and time again.

Although innocent until proven guilty, if those arrested are guilty I hope they are severely punished for the resulting fallout if nothing else

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I received a text last night saying that one of the guys arrested wasnt even in Manchester that day. He was taken down their, when he managed to prove he wasnt their through his work, he was released and had to make his own way home...

GMP fingers firmly on the pulse.

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. . . course. :rolleyes: Semi final now day after final ? Stinks to high heaven ! :sherlock:

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/

What stinks more is the behaviour of some of the thugs in Manchester.

If the idiots behaved as the vast majority did then there would have been no consequences and the good name of Rangers and the fans wouldn't be dragged through the mud tiime and time again.

Although innocent until proven guilty, if those arrested are guilty I hope they are severely punished for the resulting fallout if nothing else

Can't argue with that. Do we really have fans who think Rangers fans should be allowed to riot?

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Few more arrests.

Two teenagers were among eight more people who have been arrested in connection with violence at last year's Uefa Cup Final in Manchester.

The two youths, aged 16 and 17, were arrested in Ruchazie, Glasgow.

Police said six men - aged 20, 24, 25, 27, 29 and 42 - had also been detained and all were being taken to Manchester for questioning.

It followed five arrests on Monday and brings the total number of people detained to 18.

In January police issued CCTV images of 49 suspects believed to have been involved in violence following the final between Rangers and Zenit St Petersburg in May last year.

A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said they now had about 45 names for those featured in the images.

Large scale disorder broke out in the city after a screen in the largest fan zone failed before kick-off.

The violence saw officers and supporters clash in the streets, resulting in a number of injuries and criminal damage.

Joint operation

Over recent months GMP officers have ploughed through hours of CCTV, identifying those suspected of being involved.

They also travelled to Strathclyde, and other Scottish police forces, showing images of alleged offenders to hundreds of officers.

The latest arrests were part of a joint operation with Strathclyde Police and Lothian and Borders Police.

In Airdrie a 29-year-old man and a 24-year-old man were detained. A 25-year-old was arrested in Glasgow.

Officers also detained a 20-year-old man in Shotts, a 27-year-old man in Haddington, East Lothian, and a 42-year-old man in Dalkeith, Midlothian, on suspicion of violent disorder.

Five men arrested on Monday were questioned in Manchester then bailed pending further enquiries.

Five others, detained over the last six weeks in connection with the disorder, have also been released on bail.

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Few more arrests.

Two teenagers were among eight more people who have been arrested in connection with violence at last year's Uefa Cup Final in Manchester.

The two youths, aged 16 and 17, were arrested in Ruchazie, Glasgow.

Police said six men - aged 20, 24, 25, 27, 29 and 42 - had also been detained and all were being taken to Manchester for questioning.

It followed five arrests on Monday and brings the total number of people detained to 18.

In January police issued CCTV images of 49 suspects believed to have been involved in violence following the final between Rangers and Zenit St Petersburg in May last year.

A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said they now had about 45 names for those featured in the images.

Large scale disorder broke out in the city after a screen in the largest fan zone failed before kick-off.

The violence saw officers and supporters clash in the streets, resulting in a number of injuries and criminal damage.

Joint operation

Over recent months GMP officers have ploughed through hours of CCTV, identifying those suspected of being involved.

They also travelled to Strathclyde, and other Scottish police forces, showing images of alleged offenders to hundreds of officers.

The latest arrests were part of a joint operation with Strathclyde Police and Lothian and Borders Police.

In Airdrie a 29-year-old man and a 24-year-old man were detained. A 25-year-old was arrested in Glasgow.

Officers also detained a 20-year-old man in Shotts, a 27-year-old man in Haddington, East Lothian, and a 42-year-old man in Dalkeith, Midlothian, on suspicion of violent disorder.

Five men arrested on Monday were questioned in Manchester then bailed pending further enquiries.

Five others, detained over the last six weeks in connection with the disorder, have also been released on bail.

Strange, the beeb reported this morning they had all been charged, now there is the story of the non attender to come out.

They are making a mess of this me thinks.

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