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Sussex Police thank fans following today's football clash
Chief Inspector Paul Betts has thanked fans for their support following today's match.
He said: "There was a small number of potential flashpoints between rival groups of fans at Brighton and Falmer railway stations, but these involved a small minority and we were able to deal with them very quickly.
"I should like to thank supporters from both sides who heeded appeals from the clubs, supporters' groups and the police to enjoy the game in a spirit of rivalry, not violence.
"We did have to hold back some Crystal Palace fans for 10-15 minutes while we waited for their train to arrive. This was for public safety reasons and I thank them for their patience while this happened.
"Today has shown that Albion v Palace matches can be played without the disorder that has taken place in recent years.
"Hopefully, we can move forward to a point where everyone can look forward to these fixtures for all the right sporting reasons."