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No charges for knife fracas footballers
12:30pm Tuesday 16th October 2012 in News
TWO footballers who received knife wounds after a fracas at Bournemouth Poppies’ training ground have been released without charge, police said yesterday.
As reported in the Daily Echo, both were arrested after the incident last month.
They had been released on bail, but yesterday Dorset Police confirmed that they had both been released because neither of the men wished to pursue a case against the other.
Police and the ambulance service were called to Poppies’ Victoria Park ground, pictured, at Namu Road, Winton, on Thursday, September 6.
Both players involved were injured.