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Live on December 1st According to Thehigh speed information Times, before the match between Aston Villa and Warsaw Leguia, some fans clashed with the British police.
It is reported that this conflict caused injuries to several policemen, one of whom was hit by burning objects thrown by Warsaw Leguia fans, and was taken to the hospital for medical treatment. These fans were temporarily detained by the police in the parking lot of the stadium, and they were seen throwing bottles, boards, burning objects and other items at the police on both sides of the street.
Leguia fans in Warsaw were refused admission, so there were no away fans in Aston Villa's 2-1 victory over Leguia in Warsaw. The violence was caused by Aston Villa's decision to reduce the number of tickets allocated to away fans from 2,000 to 1,002. It is understood that the decision was made by the police and the security advisory group, which was based on the violent behavior of Polish League fans before and their behavior against leicester city in 2021. Earlier, during the match between Leguia and Alkmar in Warsaw, two fans of Leguia in Warsaw were arrested by the police because of an altercation with the fans.
Birmingham police said in a statement before the game: "We can't allow away fans to enter Villa Park because of riots outside the stadium and people throwing incendiary objects at the police. At present, three policemen have been injured, and we still have an important police operation to carry out, so please try to avoid Wheaton Lane. "
The Polish League said in a statement that Aston Villa's decision to reduce the number of tickets allocated was the fuse of this conflict. They said: "As the host club of this game, Aston Villa's actions led to the tense situation before the game. In our view, these measures are counterproductive."
Aston Villa said in a statement: "According to the advice of the West Midlands police, the fans of Warsaw Leguia will not be allowed to enter the stadium after the fans of Warsaw Leguia caused a large-scale riot outside the stadium. About an hour before the kick-off, the Leguia fans in Warsaw carried out planned and organized violence against the police, and then the West Midlands police made the decision.. "