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4 August 2001
Millwall v Tottenham Hotspur

At 11.00am more than 100 Millwall hooligans travelled to an arranged meeting with the Tottenham "Yid Army" on Jamaica Road in Bermondsey. After vicious fighting, police reinforcements split the two groups. Police and ordinary fans again came under heavy and sustained attack from Millwall supporters near the New Den.

Hooligans from both clubs left the match ten minutes before the final whistle to continue their battle. At half past eight Tottenham hooligans returned to Bermondsey and attacked the Caulkers Pub. About 30 police officers and three police horses were injured during the day. One man was also taken to hospital with knife wounds.

22 September 2001
Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur

Fighting broke out when a train carrying Everton hooligans stopped at the station where Liverpool and Tottenham supporters were queuing. The Everton group attacked and had to be beaten back by police using batons.

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.

9 January 2002
Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur

One man was stabbed in a fight between rival hooligans outside West Kensington tube station. A small group of Tottenham also attacked Chelsea fans at Victoria Station. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink was hit by a coin in the ground. A bottle was also thrown at Les Ferdinand.

10 March 2002
Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea

Hooligans fought outside the ground and Tottenham fans hurled stones and smashed a coach window as Chelsea left the area. Two men were stabbed and a policeman suffered a broken foot. Coins and missiles were thrown inside the ground.

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