The Police evict 40 violent fans of Glasgow Celtic from the AVE Alicante-Madrid

The National Police has evicted, at the Vialia-Los Llanos train station, in Albacete, a group of 40 violent Glasgow Celtic fans who were traveling from Alicante to Madrid, and who were bothering the rest of the passengers and workers, according to confirmed Renfe sources.

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31 October 2022 Monday 14:32
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The Police evict 40 violent fans of Glasgow Celtic from the AVE Alicante-Madrid

The National Police has evicted, at the Vialia-Los Llanos train station, in Albacete, a group of 40 violent Glasgow Celtic fans who were traveling from Alicante to Madrid, and who were bothering the rest of the passengers and workers, according to confirmed Renfe sources.

The 40 fans were traveling on the AVE Alicante-Madrid bound for the capital of Spain, which left the Levantine city at 2:45 p.m., but their "uncivil" behavior has led to their eviction from the convoy upon arrival in Albacete, 50 minutes later .

According to the same sources, the hooligans have insulted the staff of the railway company and the travelers who were with them and who have requested a change of car to avoid this "unpleasant" behavior.

It was the train controller who gave notice to the National Police to get the Glasgow Celtic fans off the convoy at Albacete station, a fact that has meant a delay of 52 minutes in travel time, for which passengers will be entitled to full compensation, which Renfe has agreed to return.

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