TWO more men have admitted their part in mass disorder before, during and after a football match.
Rotherham fans, Joshua Lomax, 22, of Osbert Road, and a 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, of Goldsmith Drive, both Rotherham, both admitted using or threatening unlawful violence on February 9.
Lomax will appear at Stafford Crown Court on a date to be fixed, while the 17-year-old will appear at Rotherham Magistrates’ court on September 12 to be sentenced.
Meanwhile, two Rotherham men have denied their involvement.
Jamie Bush, 23, of Oval Road, denies using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour at the Lord Burton pub, and will appear at Stafford Crown Court on November 25 for a plea and case management hearing.
Connor Turford, 18, of Washington Road, denies using or threatening unlawful violence and will appear at crown court on November 25 for a plea and case management hearing.
In the meantime, all four men will not be allowed to attend any football matches with paying members of the public.
The incidents allegedly all occurred on Saturday, February 9, during a game between Burton Albion and Rotherham at the Pirelli Stadium. It is claimed there were a number of incidents involving Rotherham fans, including in the Lord Burton. Later. It is believed that some Rotherham fans went into Rileys Pool and Snooker Club.