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Barnsley and Leeds ‘working together’ to assess crowd trouble

Barnsley and Leeds say they are”working together” to evaluate the crowd trouble which marred Sunday’s derby at Oakwell.
South Yorkshire Police are also known to have started an investigation following the arrest of three individuals on suspicion of public order offences and one for attack.
A spokesperson for both clubs said:”Barnsley Football Club and Leeds United Football Club are frustrated by reports of violence at Sunday’s match and will be working together to assess the issue.”
Fans and stewards clashed at the off end near the end of the match and, in another event, fighting broke out at the stand.
Leeds scored two goals in the last eight minutes to clinch a 2-0 triumph and then return to the peak of the Sky Bet Championship.
Arsenal loanee Eddie Nketiah started the scoring in the 84th minute.

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