Four men have pleaded guilty to affray following disorder before the Tottenham Hotspur v Ajax football match on Tuesday, 30 April.
Officers had been monitoring a group of Ajax fans walking along Tottenham High Road. At approximately 19:15hrs, the group of men began breaking up pieces of pavement and wall and throwing it at police and Tottenham Hotspur fans on Brereton Road, N17.
Three police officers were assaulted whilst attempting to intervene. They were subsequently seen by medical staff and their injuries were not deemed as serious.
The following four men admitted to their involvement in the disorder and pleaded guilty to affray at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, 2 May.
[A] Marvin Kerkhof, 29, (01.12.1989) of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, charged with affray
[B] Stefan Tromp, 34 (06.04.1985) of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, charged with affray
[C] Fahd Amri, 23 (02.11.1995) of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, charged with affray
[D] Boy Patrick Calvin Fuchs, 28, (07.11.1990) of Amsterdam, Netherlands, charged with affray and assault on an emergency worker.
All four men were remanded into custody to appear at Wood Green Crown Court for sentencing on a date yet to be set.
The following men were charged in connection with separate incidents before the football match.
[E] Samuel Greenaway, 52 (02.06.1966) of Enfield was charged with a racially aggravated public order offence and bailed to appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, 15 May.
[F] Tommie Arjen Van Der Woude, 26 (19.12.1992) of Amsterdam, The Netherlands was charged with affray. He appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, 2 May where he pleaded guilty to the offence and was sentenced to 10 weeks’ imprisonment and a six year football banning order.
[G] Mohammed Hassan Mohamoud, 40 (14.04.1979) of Amsterdam, The Netherlands was charged with possession of a Class B drug and bailed to appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, 15 May.
[H] Diego Van Der Leeuw, 30 (01.12.1988) of Amsterdam, The Netherlands was arrested on suspicion of a public order offence and common assault. He received a caution for the public order offence and released under investigation for common assault.