Match ban as Oxford United and Bristol Rovers fans bailed over alleged public order offences

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THREE football fans arrested before yesterday’s Oxford United and Bristol Rovers clash have been banned from matches under bail conditions.

Two Oxford men and one man from Bristol were arrested on public order offences before the 3pm match at the Kassam Stadium.

The two 47-year-olds and one 45-year-old have been bailed until March 9.

Their bail conditions mean the men cannot go into a town or city that Oxford United or England football teams are playing.

They must not enter a five-mile boundary around stadiums in the capital three hours before kick off and three hours after the final whistle.

They are also not allowed at the Kassam four hours before a United kick-off or three hours after a match has finished.

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