Police chief says difficulty in accessing alcohol and cocaine in Qatar has ... trends now

Police chief says difficulty in accessing alcohol and cocaine in Qatar has ... trends now
Police chief says difficulty in accessing alcohol and cocaine in Qatar has ... trends now

Police chief says difficulty in accessing alcohol and cocaine in Qatar has ... trends now

'There has not even been a whiff of trouble': Police chief says NO England football fans have been arrested during World Cup and says difficulty in accessing alcohol and cocaine in Qatar has 'calming effect'' 'The difficulty in accessing alcohol and cocaine has had a calming effect' among England fans at the World Cup Chief Superintendent Steve Graham said  No England football fans have been arrested in Doha - with zero police incidents 'There has not even been a whiff of trouble,' Chief Supt Graham added

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No England football fans have been arrested - with zero police incidents - in what has been a trouble-free World Cup campaign so far.

The UK Football Policing Unit believe a lack of alcohol at matches and the unavailability of cocaine, allied with good behaviour from those who have travelled to Qatar, has prevented even ‘a whiff of trouble’.

Indeed, they believe that you would have to go back as far as Mexico 1970 to find a tournament where a similar situation has unfolded following four matches.

Chief Superintendent Steve Graham, currently the most senior British officer here, hailed those who have travelled to follow the Three Lions.

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