Following the damage caused to White Hart Lane after the Gunner’s 2-1 win in the Capital One Cup, Arsenal have agreed to do all they can to assist in the investigation.

After the victory on Wednesday night, Arsenal fans were kept around long after final whistle due to the security risk of allowing them to leave the stadium at the same time as the Tottenham fans. Unfortunately, their post-match celebrating led to some pretty embarrassing behaviour, including tearing down Spurs’ ‘To dare is to do’ signs.

Ten fans were arrested but the FA hasn’t charged anyone.

Speaking ahead of the Leicester City match away in the Premier League, Arsene Wenger has stated that Arsenal will do everything they can to help the police find anyone else involved in ripping down the signs, and will assist in any way they can.

“We co-operate completely with the authorities to sort that out,” Wenger said. “We don’t want any violence.

“I don’t really know what happened but we are at the disposal of the authorities to help them to sort it out.”

Hopefully fans will notice the police involvement in the issue and this will be a suitable deterrent in future.

SOURCEArsenal
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