Chelsea clash hooligans sentenced

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Two football hooligans have been given suspended jail sentences for affray after a street fight near Chelsea Football Club last year.

It brings to 92 the number of men now convicted after one of the worst football-related outbreaks of violence London has seen.

Hundreds of rival Chelsea and Cardiff supporters fought pitched battles along the Kings Road as innocent bystanders ran for safety.

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