All but one of 12 rioting hooligans will be going to jail for their part in the destruction of Manchester. They were among hundreds of Rangers fans who caused "mayhem" at the UEFA Cup final held in the city two years ago.
Police were attacked and property damaged in the hours of violence in the city centre, and two police officers - Mick Regan and John Goodwin - were caught by the mob, surrounded and battered.
Judge Andrew Blake had indicated 11 of the 12 were going to jail and had sentenced eight of the defendants before a fire alarm caused Manchester Crown Court to be evacuated temporarily.
Several defendants put thumbs up to weeping relatives in the public gallery as they were led down to the cells.