JUST one England fan has been convicted of causing trouble at the Euros.
And police do not know if they were even among those wreaking havoc at the final.
But without convictions in court, no banning orders can be issued.
So all who shamed the country are free to continue following the national side home and away.
The lack of action heaps more pressure on Met chief Dame Cressida Dick.
Force figures show there were more than 150 arrests for disorder during games in England.
Of those, 19 were charged and 26 issued with cautions or penalty notices for disorder.
A further 104 have been released under investigation or bailed.
But just one person has been convicted so far.
The force said: “We refute any claim that our representation at these meetings underestimates our commitment to keeping people safe and mitigating disorder.”