FA liaising with Crystal Palace following disorder among Aston Villa fans at Selhurst Park

The FA is currently liaising with Crystal Palace over crowd disturbances Between Aston Villa supporters at the end of the Premier League game at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

Footage on social websites revealed crowd trouble using Villa fans involved clashes with police and stewards following the game as officials used batons to attempt to contain the disease, in the end.
There was A man arrested on suspicion of affray from the Metropolitan Police following the disorder and an investigation is still underway.
Sky Sports News understands while the Met Police continue to investigate, no injuries have been reported.
Met Police said in a statement:”At the game at Selhurst Park between Aston Villa and Crystal Palace there has been a small amount of disease involving away supporters, necessitating government and overburdened intervention.
“A man (no additional details) was arrested on suspicion of affray and is currently in custody.
“Body worn footage and CCTV will be reviewed as well as an evaluation is underway”
Sky Sports News understands their matchday security will be reviewed by Crystal Palace and produce all footage available to authorities so as to aid their investigation.
Crystal Palace won the Premier League match 1-0 after Jack Grealish was booked for simulation at the build-up to a late Villa equaliser that has been ruled out.
Crystal Palace and aston Villa have to comment.

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