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Hereford United v Shrewsbury Town: Fans warned to behave themselves
SUPPORTERS have been warned that they will be arrested if they cause any trouble during Saturday's eagerly-awaited FA Cup clash between Hereford United and Shrewsbury Town.
"The last fixture beween these teams at Edgar Street saw very few incidents of any note and the aim is to ensure that Saturday's game is equally trouble free," said Temporary Chief Inspector Martin Taylor.
"However, officers will deal robustly with any individuals who commit public order offences.
"We are working closely with British Transport Police and also our West Mercia Police colleagues in Shrewsbury.
"A number of police officers from Shrewsbury who are aware of known troublemakers will be attending the match to act as spotters.
"Anyone who has caused previous problems will be well known to them."
The match is all-ticket and supporters are reminded that they will not be able to attand the game without a valid ticket.