Britain’s Euro 2016 police chief lambasts ‘tooled up’ Russian fans

Assistant chief constable Mark Roberts says some supporters wore gum shields during clashes with England fans in Marseille

The head of Britain’s Euro 2016 policing operation has hit out at the Russian football fans behind the scenes of violence in Marseille – and vowed to help search for them.

Assistant chief constable Mark Roberts said the attacks were the most serious and coordinated he had seen in 10 years specialising in football violence.

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