Metropolitan Police seek men over disorder between Tottenham and Ajax fans
Metropolitan Police have appealed for help in identifying 10 guys they want to speak to in connection with disorder which happened ahead of??Tottenham’s lawsuit against Ajax in April.
Fans from both clubs were involved on April 30, that finished in a 1-0 win in disorder before the Champions League semi-final initial leg.
Police say a fight broke out between the 2 sets of fans at the intersection of High Road and Brereton Road, using”glass bottles, bricks and concrete slabs” pitched throughout the episode.
Detectives have already identified several individuals involved with the violence.
Four Ajax fans were detained in June after pleading guilty to affray in Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court.
Police are now looking to identify 10 guys, all considered to be Tottenham fans, in relation to the event.
Detective Matt Simpson in the Met’s Public Order Investigation Team, stated:”I would urge anyone with information on the identity of the individuals to come forward and assist us with our enquiries.
“Teachers confronted unacceptable levels of violence before this soccer game, with groups of men arming themselves with bottles and bricks.
“We have made lots of identifications already but we’re currently appealing for the assistance of the general public in identifying the rest.
“Anyone who recognises those pictured should call us right on 0208??2469386 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800??555??111.”