Bristol Rovers manager tells ITV News he feels ashamed of troublemaking fans at last night's Bristol derby. He added that continuing violence could lead to matches behind 'closed doors', with no spectators.
Bristol City manager Sean O'Driscoll said that although the match against Bristol Rovers was "tremendous", violence which broke out after the football derby was "disgraceful".
Mr O'Driscoll added: "That's what people will now be talking about...players were disappointed as well. The game was played in good spirit, competitive but not overzealous. We wanted the supporters to act in the same manner but unfortunately they didn't".
Twelve people have been arrested and police officers injured after Bristol City and Bristol Rovers met at Ashton Gate last night. At the end of the game police say fans got on to the pitch and officers worked with stewards to bring them under control.
Known hooligans attached to both clubs were identified and arrested. Three police officers who were injured have received medical treatment. Their injuries aren't thought to be serious.