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VIDEO: Cardiff fans fight with stewards and security guards in Swansea derby

Footage has emerged appearing to show Cardiff City fans fight with stewards and security guards during their side’s derby against Swansea City at the weekend.

Tensions boiled over in the 0-0 draw when supporters could be seen venting their frustration towards those in hi-vis jackets.

Following the full-time whistle, a group of Bluebirds fans could be seen in angry confrontations and altercations with security staff, though it is not known what got them riled up.

The result leaves Neil Harris’ side 12th in the table and four points behind rivals Swansea who sit in seventh spot in the Championship table.

Other images shows a member of security grasping their hand on a fans throat. Media outlets state that there are no pictures of the supporters being confronted by police indicating no arrests were made at the stadium.

Former Swansea player Oli McBurnie had a cracking time taunting the home fans during the game, however he’s been warned that he could face FA charge over apparent obscene gesture towards Cardiff fans.

Reports say, that could lead to trouble with the Football Assocation, with a range of punishments possible, though is likely that the Sheffield United striker will get away with a warning.

TWITTER REACTION:

@RhysSixTimes: tbf they look like a right bunch of weapons.

@JacobPrice1927: Well someone had too, empty seats everywhere in that away end.

@CarwynW42350638: Looks like a member of Goldie Looking Chain

@BridgetteG68: As a Blade….good on him!

@Lincs_Blade: Good on ya lad @oli_mcburnie. Got us the win on Friday, celebrates by enjoying himself at the football with his mates. It’s called being normal. Anyone who has an issue with this is a right plum.

@samwallwork10: 🀒🀒🀒

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