Teenage Hull City fan ends legal battle against West Yorkshire Police
A 15-YEAR-OLD Hull City fan has ended legal action against West Yorkshire Police following their compromise.
West Yorkshire Police have said Tigers' fans can travel independently to the football match against Huddersfield, however they must park up at Hartshead Moor Services on the M62, collect their tickets and be driven to the stadium on official coaches.
The police have also restricted the number of tickets to the match on March 30 to 1,700, when the away stand capacity is 4,000.
Louis Cooper, who travels from Manchester to attend Hull City matches, said although the conditions are far from acceptable, they are not necessary and potentially unlawful.
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Louis said: "I'm obviously disappointed that the action can't go any further as I was doing this not just for myself but for all football fans.
"I like many others will be boycotting the game and making a peaceful protest on the day."
Fans will still be carrying out a protest march on the day of the game, forming up outside Huddersfield train station at 1.45pm and walking to the town's central library.