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A-League Melbourne Victory pitch invasion fans members of Horda extremist group

Photos from the A-League’s “darkest day” have captured a link between alleged pitch invaders and a shamed supporters gang.

Photos released by police of the alleged pitch invaders they wish to speak to include some men wearing clothing with marked links to active Melbourne Victory extremist groups previously shut down.

According to The Herald Sun, sections of the pitch invasion mob can now be revealed as members of hard-line supporter groups that have terrorised the league for more than 10 years.

Three men who allegedly took part in the mass pitch invasion have been charged over the incident after handing themselves into police.

The scenes of a frenzied mob of more than 150 people invading the playing field and injuring Melbourne City goalkeeper Tom Glover and referee Alex King shocked Australia during the Melbourne Derby on Saturday night at AAMI Park.

The incident occurred just…

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