England hooliganism show up in Marseille

England fans have been embroiled in fresh clashes with police and rival supporters in Marseille ahead of the team’s opening match of Euro 2016.
The latest violence follows two nights of trouble in the coastal city when police used tear gas to control crowds.
Videos from the scene on Saturday have shown fans being treated for injuries.
Earlier, shadow home secretary Andy Burnham described the behaviour of England fans as “embarrassing” in light of the terrorism threat to France.
BBC News correspondent Nick Eardley, who is at the scene, said bottles were being thrown “every couple of minutes” and described the situation as “pretty terrifying”, as fans also fought with Russian supporters.
He said he had witnessed bloodied England fans being “dragged away by police”, to the sound of sirens blaring out across the city’s main square

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