FOOTBALL hooligans arrested over the death of a Deportivo la Coruna fan on Sunday have been released on bail.
A total of 21 suspects have been questioned and all face a charge of ‘aggravated violence’.
None of the accused have been charged with homicide.
In reaction to the violence league champions Atletico Madrid expelled members of a radical group and Deportivo la Coruna announced part of its stadium will be closed for the next two games.
A minute’s silence will be held before Wednesday’s game against Malaga for the fan who died.
Police named the groups involved in Sunday’s fighting as the Riazor Blues (Deportivo), Frente Atletico (Atletico Madrid), Bukaneros (Rayo) and Alkor Hooligans (Alcorcon).
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