If you were there on Tuesday night then you will have heard the chants of "Justice for the 96" and Yorkshire Police, Murderers" what followed was beyond the realms of reasonable policing and a group of Everton fans intend to take some action as a result.
A supporters' group lodged an official complaint with Leeds United after arrests were made at the away game this week. Supporters claimed batons and truncheons were used against them by police and many have made official complaints to Leeds United FC over poor crowd management after the game.
James Lyon, of Rice Lane Supporters' Club, said the group as a whole had lodged a complaint and many of its members had raised individual grievances.
James said: "Many fans were not happy with the way things were managed. We have lodged a complaint with Leeds, who I believe will also have to inform the relevant police force."
Another Fan said: "It was a bottleneck and there was not enough room for everyone to go up, so people started turning back."
"Officers than started shouting at people to move and some of the fans started shouting back, saying 'you killed our mates'."
"It was just really poor management on the part of the police."
In total seven people were arrested. West Yorkshire police said they were now looking at footage to see if they could bring football banning orders.
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