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Football fans to face criminal charges next week after Ael attack


Four people arrested in relation to a violent incident at the Ael football clubhouse in Limassol ten days ago will face charges at the criminal court, police said on Tuesday.

Their trial has been set for November 12.

The incident took place when 20 hooded men, allegedly Apollon supporters, attacked the clubhouse, seriously injuring two Ael fans in the process.

The men were arrested in the days following. They have been released on terms until the trial.

The incident occurred after an Apollon-Ael clash.

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