Two men charged after Wembley disturbances

Trouble breaks out in the stands between Milwall fans and police during the match between Wigan and Millwall on April 13, 2013
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Two men are charged by police in relation to disturbances at Wembley over the weekend.

Two men have been charged by police in relation to disturbances at the FA Cup semi-final between Wigan Athletic and Millwall at Wembley.

The second half of the match was marred by scenes of Millwall supporters fighting each other in the stands as their side lost to the Premier League club on the pitch.

Since the incident, Terence Cape from London, has been charged with racially-aggravated behaviour, and he is due to appear at Hendon Magistrates Court on May 1.

Richard Freeman from Cambridgshire has also been charged by police for breach of bail conditions.

Three men have accepted cautions, while five other men have been released with no further action to be taken.

Wigan's Callum McManaman celebrates after scoring his team's second against Millwall on April 13, 2013
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