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FOX Soccer News reviews Newcatle's statement condemning the fans that rioted after Sunday's Tyne-Wear derby against Sunderland.
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Here's what you missed if you didn't watch fox soccer news last night. Well as they usually do emotions ran high for Sunday's time we're Darby 29 arrests were made in the aftermath of Sunderland Reno win over New Castle. At saint James as part is video shows hooligans throwing bottles at police. Even one trying to punch a police force on Monday the mag -- issued a statement condemning the behavior here's how would read we were embarrassed. And appalled by the behavior of a minority of so called fans. The last night were involved in disturbances and disorder in Newcastle city center after the match. Newcastle United have been working with north Umbria police and we'll continue to do so. In order to identify all of the individuals concerned the club will take the strongest possible action against those involved in the disturbances. And will -- immediate life time bans on all those found guilty. These deplorable individuals have no place in Newcastle United and bring shame on the club. The vast majority of its proper law abiding fans. -- the suspected -- attacker was thrown down to the ground by officers according to police he's been bail pending further inquiries. Three police officers were injured in the melee the chief superintendent. Of the north Umbria police said quote disruptive behavior of any kind is not tolerated. Inquiries will take place into these incidents an action will be taken against all those involved. Watch fox soccer news every night at 10 o'clock.