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3 November 2001
Bolton Wanderers v Everton

Scores of Everton fans infiltrated sections of the ground reserved for the home fans in a game marred by sporadic outbreaks of violence inside the ground.

3 November 2001
Mansfield Town v Luton Town

Luton hooligans left the train at Leicester and ambushed 30 members of Leicester City’s "Baby Squad" at the station. Police had to draw batons to break up the fight.

17 November 2001
Blackburn Rovers v Liverpool

In the evening after the game around 30 Liverpool hooligans fought with about 30 from Blackburn in a town centre pub with glasses and stools used as weapons. The Liverpool group was put on a train but managed to return to Blackburn and there was further serious disorder in another pub. One of the Liverpool group suffered a severe glass wound but he refused treatment.

17 November 2001
Rotherham United v West Bromwich Albion

Gangs from both clubs tried to fight each other in the town centre but were kept apart by police officers, although they threw missiles at each other and the police. After the match there was further trouble as Albion supporters were escorted to the station.

17 November 2001
Doncaster Rovers v Scunthorpe United

Trouble began in Doncaster when about 50 Scunthorpe fans gathered in Yates Wine Lodge. A mob of around 25 Doncaster hooligans arrived and at about 1.15pm launched an attack.

A woman suffered a gashed head and a man was also injured as bottles and glasses went flying between the two groups. Police said there had been extensive disorder and a number of arrests for violent disorder were made.

17 November 2001
Sheffield United v Birmingham City

A police officer was injured trying to separate fighting fans at Sheffield Midland Rail Station after the match. Fighting broke out on a platform when West Bromwich Albion fans returning from Rotherham clashed with Birmingham supporters.

24 November 2001
Swindon Town v Brighton and Hove Albion

The train carrying Brighton supporters was vandalised and had to be taken out of service. Fans were transferred to another train but this was also vandalised.

24 November 2001
Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United

West Ham fans gathered first at Victoria before leaving for Whitechapel where they charged a pub only to find it empty. Later in the evening police prevented them from confronting Tottenham in another pub.

24 November 2001
Charlton Athletic v Southampton

About 50 Charlton fans entered a pub full of Southampton supporters and a fight broke out. The group from Charlton were given an escort to the ground where there were further outbreaks of fighting.

A group of Charlton fans left before the end of the game and confronted home supporters outside the ground. There were further outbreaks of disorder at the station.

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