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England manager Roy Hodgson (right) and captain Wayne Rooney (left) have made an appeal to fans.

Roy Hodgson and Wayne Rooney urge England fans to "stay out of trouble"

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England manager Roy Hodgson and captain Wayne Rooney have appealed directly to fans to "stay out of trouble" following UEFA's threat to expel the team from Euro 2016.

In an unprecedented move the pair recorded a video, shared by the Football Association on Twitter, in which Hodgson and Rooney urge supporters to do everything in their power to avoid repeats of the violent scenes which marred their time in Marseille.

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Hodgson pleaded with fans to ensure UEFA's threats to dismiss England and Russia from the tournament should there be further disturbances "are never carried out" while Rooney asked those without tickets for games not to travel.

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Wayne Rooney
Wales
Euro 2016
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