Moore targets strong cup run
Thu, 29 Nov 2012 19:31:00
Two Roma fans arrested for their involvement in a violent attack on Tottenham supporters have been banned from all football grounds for five years.
Francesco Ianari, 26, and Mauro Pinnelli, 25, were arrested within hours of the incident at the Drunken Ship pub on the Campo de' Fiori in central Rome last Thursday.
Several Spurs fans were badly injured, with 25-year-old Ashley Mills still receiving treatment in hospital after suffering a stab wound to his thigh.
A statement on Rome police headquarters' official website read: "Agents of Rome police have informed two Roma fans in our custody that they are banned from accessing sporting events for the next five years.
"Francesco Ianari and Mauro Pinnelli were arrested on November 22 for aggression towards some British fans of Tottenham on the Campo de' Fiori after being identified by police a few hours later.
"On that occasion, a group of people, most of them with their faces covered, entered the Drunken Ship pub and attacked some English supporters. Some of them were injured in the raid, one injury being particular serious.
"Thanks to testimonies and images taken from some cameras in the area, the commissariat of Trevi was able to identify two of the participants.
"The superintendent of Roma, Fulvio Della Rocca, has considered the circumstances of the facts and issued the two fans with (the ban) for a duration of five years."
Ianari and Pinnelli remain in custody in Regina Coeli prison after having initial charges of attempted murder downgraded to aggravated wounding during a court appearance on Monday.
The West Brom midfielder joined a month ago on for an initial one-month deal.
The 21-year-old has made four appearances for Pompey, scoring one goal in the defeat against Leyton Orient, but missed three games after receiving a red card against Notts County in the FA Cup.
Caretaker boss Guy Whittingham told BBC Radio Solent: "I am pleased to get that done. He can be influential has got good ability, can see a pass and unlock defences."
Allan, who had a spell at Fratton Park last season, has yet to appear for the Baggies' first team.
Rovers overcame the Spireites in the opening game of the season, when late goals from Cole Stockton and Abdulai Bell-Baggie secured a 2-1 extra-time triumph.
A 12-match unbeaten run followed to fire the Prenton Park outfit to the League One summit, but the effects of injuries to key players have taken their toll in recent weeks and Doncaster are level on points with them ahead of the break for FA Cup second-round action against the Spireites this weekend.
Moore said: "It was a fantastic cup game. We had a young side out on that night, Cole Stockton did well and Bell-Baggie scored the winner.
"It was a good team performance from us and I think it really kicked us on from then - we never really looked back.
"It would be nice if we could get back to business on Saturday and kick another nice little run along with the new year coming, but it won't be easy."