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Union demand explanation as trouble at Feyenoord prompts 75 arrests

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Rotterdam police arrested 75 people, including many Union Berlin fans, after trouble at their European Conference League game with Feyenoord on Thursday. The German side said there had been chaotic scenes outside the away entrance with many supporters not initially getting into De Kuip. Union believe the police deployment was excessive and many arrests were arbitrary. Union supporters on social media said they had been needlessly attacked by aggressive officers. But the police said 59 had sought confrontation with Feyenoord fans before match, which the Berliners lost 3-1. They were suspected o…

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