Named: the 24 men arrested for disorder after Sheffield derby

A total of 24 people have been summoned to court in connection with disorder that followed a Sheffield derby in 2019.
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On 4 March 2019, the city’s two teams met in an EFL Championship match at Hillsborough Stadium.

Later that evening, at around 11.50pm, disorder broke out at the Bloo88 pub on West Street in the city centre.

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Several people required hospital treatment, with bottles and chairs also thrown.

Police outside the ground.Police outside the ground.
Police outside the ground.

Considerable damage was caused to the pub.

An investigation was launched to identify those involved in the disorder.

24 men have now been served court requisitions in connection with the events that evening.

The Bloo 88 baron West Street, Sheffield. Picture: Sam Cooper / The StarThe Bloo 88 baron West Street, Sheffield. Picture: Sam Cooper / The Star
The Bloo 88 baron West Street, Sheffield. Picture: Sam Cooper / The Star

The following are all from Sheffield:Dane Appleby, 31, of White LaneElian Appleby, 20, of White LaneLoui Appleby, 28 of White LaneAdam Birch, 33, of Hollybank DriveTom Cahill, 31, of Wooldale GardensReece Ellis, 25, of Brook GreenKieron Fairchild, 32, of Ravenscroft AvenueJack Hall, 28, of Smalldale RoadHarvey Hinkler, 20, of Alnwick RoadJulian Lawrence, 28 of Fleury RoadJoshua Moody, 29, of Birley Spa LaneThomas Mulgrew, 26, of Berry Holme DriveLiam Musselwhite, 26, of Smalldale RoadBrad Nicholson, 22 of Herries RoadChristian Smith, 34, of Rose Hill CloseAaron Swiffen, 29, of Peveril CloseRyan Ward, 31, of Springwell CrescentCallum Warsop, 25, of Gleadless CommonReece Williams, 29, of Beaver DriveJake Williamson, 28, of Queen StreetAlso charged are:Carter Dobson, 24, of Blyth Road, RetfordMark Foster, of Granby Way, PlymouthJack Morley, 28, of Maple Grove, RotherhamScott Parkin, 31, of Hallowes Rise, DronfieldAll 24 men are due to appear at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court in June.