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Protesters pelt pitch with plastic pigs as Coventry and Charlton fans unite

Date Posted,April 14, 2017

Coventry and Charlton again supporters joined forces ahead of their League One clash today to protest against their respective owners before fans threw plastic pigs on the pitch.

This was the second time that fans from both clubs came together, following their protest in October 2016, report the Coventry Telegraph .

That protest saw fans march to the Valley before again throwing thousands of plastic pigs on the pitch.

Today’s protest saw members of protest group Jimmy Hill Way meet Addicks fans at the Cherry Tree Club before they embarked on a route that took in Bedlam Lane and the footpath on Phoenix Way to the Jimmy Hill statue outside the Ricoh Arena.

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