62 people were arrested in the build-up to a non-league football match. Riot police were called to deal with violent disorder after problems at several pubs in Nuneaton in Warwickshire yesterday.
- Officers from three forces and the British Transport Police had to be brought in shortly before 10.30am after reports of trouble
- The arrests were made before a non-league fixture between home side Nuneaton Town FC and Lincoln City FC
- Nuneaton Town chief executive Ian Neale said the trouble was nothing to do with the football club or its supporters
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