P165 CEEFAX 2 165 Sat 13 Jun 21:17/14       11 FANS ARRESTED AFTER WORLD CUP BRAWL Eleven English soccer fans spent the night in cells after being held ovjr vandalism and brawling in France. The fans, some from London, were held after two cars were damaged and a cafe window was smashed in Calais. Two have been charged with damaging property and are due in court in September. A British Embassy spokesman said: "All were in a drunken state." The supporters, thought to be the first Englishmen arrested during the tournament, were released earlier today 1/2 SOUTH EAST Headlines 160 Sport 390 NATIONAL Main menu 100 Weather 400 Next News SEastNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P165 CEEFAX 2 165 Sat 13 Jun 21:17/22       MELLOR SLAMS DECISION TO RELEASE FANS The release of English soccer fans charged with hooliganism in France has been slammed by Football Taskforce chief David Mellor. France has a system in which World Cup yobs can go before courts in two days. But two of the fans are not duj before a court until September. Mr Mellor said: "I can't see merit in dealing with an incident in Septembjr. It's better we sort it out quickly." Lib Dem MP Alan Beith agreed, saying: "Trouble needs to be nipped in the bud" 2/2 SOUTH EAST Headlines 160 Sport 390 NATIONAL Main menu 100 Weather 400 Next News SEastNews Reg Sport Main Menu