The five detainees in Cornellà may not approach Athletic

first_imgThe facts, which involved dozens of followers, of which up to 36 ended up being identified by the Mossos, It began on the Rambla de Josep Anselm Clavé and ended up in the street of Sant Geroni, very close to the Cornellà-El Prat stadium, where the meeting of the twenty-first day between Espanyol and Athletic was going to be played. A posteriori, both clubs issued two communiqués strongly condemning the violence. The judge of Instruction number 3 of Cornellà, who was on duty this Sunday, has imposed a minimum distance of 1,000 meters “from any field, stadium or similar space where Athletic plays”, as reported by the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia, in addition to ordering the “periodic personification before the judicial authority every 15 days” of these five individuals, ultra of the Bilbao club. The cause had been opened by tumultuarial quarrel and injuries. One day after the real battle that ended with the launch of chairs and street furniture from Cornellà de Llobregat half an hour to the start of the Espanyol-Athletic Bilbao, the five individuals detained by the Mossos d’Esquadra passed this Sunday to judicial disposition, where the first consequences of the injuries that caused a man, a partner of Espanyol of Dutch origin, have been decreed.last_img

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