Coventry v Charlton pig protest: Match delayed as fans throw toy animals on pitch Fri, April 14, 2017
Disgruntled Coventry City and Charlton Athletic fans threw plastic pig toys onto the pitch in protest against the clubs' respective owners, causing their League One match to be delayed
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Coventry City and Charlton Athletic fans protest against their clubs' owners
Coventry and Charlton fans came together in mutual anger towards their clubs' owners prior to kick-off, hurling plastic animals onto the Ricoh Arena pitch.
The League One clash was delayed while staff cleared the toys away, with both sets of supporters having also taken part in demonstrations outside the stadium prior to the match.
Sky Blues fans are unhappy with club owners Sisu while Addicks followers were protesting against Roland Duchatelet, with a similar incident taking place during the reverse fixture in October.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the best pictures as pigs fly in protest at the Ricoh Arena.