A United spokesman has confirmed that our coach was attacked with a bottle being thrown and cracking the windscreen.
“Yes. There was an incident but the matter is now in the hands of the police,” he said.
Thankfully, nobody was hurt.
“It appears to be an isolated incident but we have launched a full investigation in conjunction with local authorities,” Chelsea’s statement said. “We do not condone violence in any shape or form. If, as a result of our investigations, we find that any Chelsea supporters were involved we will take appropriate action against those individuals.”
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