Images released of 10 sought over Millwall v Wigan FA cup disorder

10 football fans suspected of being involved in Images of 10 football fans have been released by the police

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Images have been released by police of 10 football fans wanted in connection with disorder at Saturday's FA Cup semi-final between Millwall and Wigan.

The game was marred by Millwall supporters attacking police and fighting among themselves inside and outside London's Wembley Stadium.

Fourteen people, 12 Millwall supporters and two Wigan fans, were arrested on Saturday. Another was held on Friday.

Two men have been charged with involvement in the disorder.

Det Ch Insp Andy Barnes said police would "obtain lengthy football banning orders for all those found guilty at court".

"Over 60,000 fans went to this game to support their teams, sadly there was a small minority intent on violence.

"In sending a clear message to those intent on causing trouble, I would appeal for help from the public to identify any of the suspects featured in the images we are releasing today."

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