Hooligan Albion fans sentenced.SEVEN West Bromwich West Bromwich (brŭm`ĭj, –ĭch, brŏm`wĭch), city (1991 pop. 146,386), Sandwell metropolitan district, W central England. Albion hooligans who took part in a pre-arranged fight with rival Wolves fans have received sentences ranging from 18 months behind bars to community punishment.
Wolverhampton Crown Court was told that the two groups clashed outside the Frying Pan pub, in Darlaston.
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John Ritchie For other persons named John Ritchie, see John Ritchie (disambiguation).
John Ritchie (born in Kettering, 12 July1941 - 23 February 2007) was an English footballer. Playing career , 26, of Carisbrooke Road, Wednesbury, Robert Bernard, 42, of Phoenix Rise, Wednesbury, Jason Lloyd, 21, of Fosse Road North, Leicester, and 24-year-old John Poole of Simmons Drive, Quinton, all admitted affray A criminal offense generally defined as the fighting of two or more persons in a public place that disturbs others.
The offense originated under the Common Law and in some jurisdictions has become a statutory crime. . Ritchie was given a four-month curfew, banned from matches for four years and ordered to pay pounds 200 costs.
Bernard was ordered to carry out 80 hours' community punishment, barred from games for four years and ordered to pay pounds 475 costs.
Jason Lloyd was given 80 hours' community service, a three-month curfew and barred from matches for four years. Poole was given 40 hours' community punishment, ordered to pay pounds 200 costs and barred from games for four years.