Arsenal vs Eintracht Frankfurt: German fans guided away from Emirates with no away supporters allowed inside
A set of Eintracht Frankfurt fans was controlled by authorities out the Emirates Stadium before a Europa League clash of Arsenal they were prohibited from attending.
The Bundesliga side were denied some tickets to the Group F game after being banned from sending earlier this season fans by UEFA following problem at a match against Vitoria Guimaraes away.
Arsenal didn’t provide you any general-sale tickets for the game, over fears Frankfurt fans would snap up them, and their membership scheme was suspended by them for factors.
The team instituted additional security with any lovers attempting to access the stadium being warned that they are ejected for the match.
However, that did not stop hundreds of Frankfurt fans making the trip and travelling to Islington, where there had been a police presence to greet them.
Those fans were kept far away from the floor as you can and were written by officials since the Frankfurt team coach came to a colourful reception of pyrotechnics.
They were also told not to watch the match Islington more fears of violence as Arsenal tried to avert the problems they suffered against Cologne last season – visiting enthusiasts, many with tickets, stormed the turnstiles on that event forcing the game to be delayed by over one hour.
Rivals Tottenham endured issues earlier this season when 200 Red Star Belgrade fans accessed the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to get a Champions League game despite being barred from buying tickets.