Published: Sun, March 25, 2018
Finance | By Jaime Brady

Amsterdam police detain over 100 England fans

Amsterdam police detain over 100 England fans

Twenty-five England supporters have been detained by Dutch police after they were caught hurling beer bottles at officers in Amsterdam.

The arrests in the Dutch capital's red light district took the total number of arrests over two days beyond 100, after 25 supporters were held on Thursday.

Nearly 60 were detained after they were penned in by riot police in the red light district of the city, while a number of those in the ground booed the Dutch national anthem before kick-off.

Police chiefs have spoken out against the behaviour of a section of England fans after more than 100 of them were arrested in Amsterdam this week, per BBC Sport.

England will play the Netherlands at the Amsterdam Arena on the southern edge of the Dutch capital.

'I heard some of the booing of the anthem which obviously isn't acceptable, ' the England manger said.

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Now, footage has emerged of England fans singing "There'll be no Fenian bastards in Moscow", a reference to the Republic of Ireland's failure to qualify for the World Cup.

Officers declared that Riot police have arrested 60 people in the red light region.

"They are representing our country in the same way we are".

The flare-ups in Amsterdam come a year after despicable scenes marred England's friendly against Germany in Dortmund.

In a statement released on Twitter, the FA confirmed they will work alongside the UK Football Policing Unit in an attempt to identify those involved.

A number of England fans were expected to have bought tickets in the home end for Friday's friendly - the last away game before the World Cup. But police said that after the arrests were made, the evening passed off quietly.

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