Supt Steve Furnham
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Euro 2016: Alcohol ban ahead of games 'difficult to police'

French authorities are restricting the sale of alcohol and drafting in 4,000 extra police in Lille with England, Wales, Russia and Slovakia fans in the town for Euro 2016 matches.

Shops selling alcohol are closed until Friday, while some 350 bars will shut early on Wednesday and Thursday.

The FA has expressed "serious concerns" about security after clashes between England and Russia supporters last week.

Supt Steve Furnham, the Welsh Police Forces' lead for Euro 2016, told BBC Wales the alcohol ban was "very difficult to police".

  • 15 Jun 2016
  • From the section Wales
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