Arrests after Nottingham Forest and Barnsley disorder

Fourteen people have been arrested in connection with football-related disorder in Nottingham.

Police said a group of Nottingham Forest supporters confronted Barnsley fans ahead of their Championship match on 6 August.

They are said to have goaded the away supporters at the Bank pub on Beastmarket Hill. No-one was injured.

Men and boys aged between 16 and 39 were arrested in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire.

All have been bailed and are not permitted to enter Nottingham city centre or West Bridgford four hours before or six hours after the kick-off time of Nottingham Forest's home matches before November.

They are also not allowed to go within 10 miles of any ground Forest play away or England play.

Police have warned football-related trouble will not be tolerated ahead of Forest's home clash against rivals Derby County on Saturday.

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