Football fans arrested after game

27 August 2009 12:45
Five men and a 15-year-old youth have been arrested after a disturbance broke out among football fans at Cardiff Central Station on Wednesday night.The six were arrested after a number of Bristol Rovers fans refused to board the 2200 BST service from the city to Bristol Temple Meads after the match. [LNB]Rovers had been beaten 3-1 by Cardiff City in a Carling Cup clash earlier that night. [LNB]British Transport Police said all five were helping officers with inquiries. [LNB]Officers from South Wales Police and British Transport Police (BTP) were deployed at Cardiff Central station to keep rival fans apart. [LNB]But disorder broke out and five people were arrested. [LNB]They were a 21-year-old man from Southmead, an 18-year-old man from Pucklechurch, a 43-year-old man from Patchway, a 20-year-old man from Patchway and a 15-year-old youth from Patchway. A fifth man from Bristol has also been arrested. [LNB]None of the police officers were injured.

Source: BBC_Sport