Two men have been banned from football matches for 3 years following a disorder at a game between Derby County and Leeds United.
Officers were called to deal with several incidents of disorder following the match, which took place at the iPro Stadium on Saturday on October 15th.
45 year-old Edward McNally Quarry Mount Terrace, Woodhouse, was charged with assaulting a police constable while 23 year-old Ashley Marriott from Villiers Court in Hedon was charged with using abusive or threatening words or behaviour.
Both men appeared before magistrates in Derby yesterday (Tuesday, November 1) and were given three year football banning orders. McNally was ordered to pay £120 compensation.
Michael Barr from Hedon, and James Findlay from Glossop were charged with using abusive or threatening words or behaviour at the match. They also appeared at court yesterday and their cases have been adjourned to later dates.
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Derby County have been dealt a huge blow ahead of the play-off after it was confirmed that star midfielder George Thorne suffered a broken leg in their match with Ipswich on Saturday.
The club said today he sustained a double-break to his lower right leg, following a tackle in the second half of the match.
X-rays confirmed the break, and the club says they expect Thorne to be out of action for around three months.
Derby take on Hull in the play-off semi finals, and will play the first leg at home after finishing fifth in the Championship.
Gutted is an understatement but just have to get on with it.. 3 month lay off, so will be working very hard to make the start of next season