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Police in the West Midlands say there hasn't been a single arrest during the Euro 2012 football tournament.
They say that so far the opening matches of Euro 2012 have been enjoyed in an atmosphere of "good-natured fun".
The Football Unit has issued a warning that anyone involved in football-related disorder risks being handed a Football Banning Order in the courts.
That would make UK football grounds no-go zones to offenders and also prevent them from travelling overseas to football tournaments.
A West Bromwich Albion fan was given a Football Banning Order after he was removed from a flight before it left from Gatwick last Saturday.
The 24-year-old from Tipton was arrested by Norwegian police during England's Euro 2012 warm-up game last month and given a three year banning.
Former Republic of Ireland striker John Aldridge says England's 1-1 draw with France is a good result and he said Joleon Lescott scored 'a great goal'.
He adds that Ireland can still progress too in Euro 2012, despite their 3-1 defeat by Croatia.
England fans at The South Bank bar on Trent Bridge in Nottingham celebrate as Joleon Lescott gives England the lead against France.
Birmingham born Joleon Lescott, the former Wolves defender, has given England the lead against France in their first Euro 2012 match.
Police are urging domestic abuse victims not to suffer in silence during the Euro 2012 tournament.
Reported incidents of domestic abuse rose by nearly 30 per cent on England football match days during the World Cup in 2006.
Nearly half of all suspects in such cases were drunk.
West Mercia Police wants is encouraging domestic abuse sufferers during the tournament not to tolerate it and to report incidents to the police.
Posters have been distributed across Herefordshire, Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and Worcestershire urging people to "Show domestic abuse the red card".
West Midlands Police say anyone causing trouble whilst watching Euro 2012 games risk being arrested and banned from town or city centres on match days.
Police can move on people they believe to be drunk and an anti-social behaviour risk…and stop them returning to the area for up to 48 hours.
Anyone arrested could be handed bail conditions making venues screening matches no-go zones for the whole of June.
In Wolverhampton, officers working with pub landlords will be handing out 'yellow and red cards' to anyone acting in an anti-social manner.
West Midlands Police's specialist Football Unit have people in Poland and Ukraine to help support the policing operation around England supporters.
Others will be based at Birmingham Airport during June on the look-out for potential troublemakers trying to make their way to the tournament.
Could the Euro 2012 song be something to rival the likes of Three Lions, the soundtrack to summer 1996?
Impressionists Darren Farley and Paul Reid have recorded the song they hope will be received as enthusiastically as the Euro 96 hit and have entitled it "The Seventh Best Team In The World" obviously before FIFA upgraded England to sixth this week.
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