The match was marred by vile chanting from both sets of fans which has led to a public outcry for those responsible to be banned from grounds.
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Manchester United fans unfurled a banner which seemed to mock the two Leeds fans who were stabbed to deathin Istanbul 11 years ago.
A section of the home fans replied with sick chants relating to the 1958 Munich air disaster in which 23 people lost their lives.
Three men - aged 27, 38, and 40 - were released on police bail after being arrested on suspicion of public order offences.
A 23-year-old man received a fine forbeing drunk and disorderly while two 16-year-olds received reprimands for public order offences.
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Others were charged with throwing a missile onto the playing field, ticket touting, public order, indecent/racial chanting, and possession of a Class B drug.
Four men - aged 19, 23, 45 and 46 - who were arrested on suspicion of making off without payment were later released without charge.
The charged will appear before Leeds Magistrates Court between October 4 and October 6.
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