Football Violence: Pitch invasions continue

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Footage has emerged of a clash between Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira and an Everton fan, becoming one of the many violent football incidents in the past five days.

This week, a series of pitch invasions have occurred in stadiums during football matches. Managers and players alike have spoken out to convince fans to stop, with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp saying they’re “dangerous.”

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