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Burton Albion match disorder: Another seven men charged

Seven more men have been charged over disorder at a football match between Burton Albion and Rotherham.

Staffordshire Police said it happened before, during and after the League Two game at the Pirelli Stadium in Burton upon Trent on 9 February.

The men, from Barnsley and Rotherham, are due to appear before magistrates in Burton on 22 August.

Thirteen men have now been charged as part of the ongoing investigation into these incidents, police said.

A 17-year-old man from Rotherham, who cannot be named, along with Connor Turford, 18, of Washington Road, Goldthorpe, near Barnsley, are charged with affray at the Lord Burton pub, in High Street, Burton.

Snooker hall

Michael Gott, 33, of Bawtry Road, Rotherham, is charged with a public order offence at the Pirelli Stadium and affray at Riley's Snooker Hall.

Jack Deakin, 18, of Hall Farm Rise, Barnsley, and Stephen Dobson, 27, of Edale Road, Rotherham, are both charged with public order offences at the Lord Burton pub, in High Street, Burton.

Joshua Lomax, 22, of Osbert Road, Rotherham, is charged with two counts of affray at the Lord Burton pub and Riley's Snooker Hall.

Jamie Bush, 23, of Oval Road, East Dene, Rotherham, is charged with affray at the Lord Burton pub.

The men were arrested on Tuesday, 13 August in South Yorkshire, the police said.

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