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Partizan – Napredak 23.11.2014, Grobari burned flags of Galatasaray 23.11.2014

Grobari burned banners of Glatasaray during match against Napredak, played on 23.11.2014 from Serbian League. One of these flags is 1 of 2 which were stolen by fans of CSKA Moscow and Partizan in February of this year in the match between CSKA Moscow and Galatasaray in the Basketball Euroleague. Partizan fans pays tribute to killed fan of Crvena Zvezda …

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Leeds United fans trash popular Blackburn pub 22.11.2014

A popular pub in Blackburn was forced to close on Saturday afternoon after being trashed by Leeds United fans. Andrew Ibbotson, manager of The Postal Order, said the pub was full to capacity in the hours before Saturday’s Championship clash with Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park when about 30 away fans started causing trouble. He said: “They started standing on …

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More than 8 000 fans welcomed Hajduk Split after boycott in derby

Torcida welcomed their team in Split on stadium after boycott. Hajduk refused to start the derby against Dinamo Zagreb becouse of their “black listed” fans who werent let to attend the match. More than 8 000 supporters made great atmosphere with songs and a lot of pyro. More about the last canceled derby between Dinamo Zagreb and Hajduk Split can …

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Galatasaray hooligans ask “Who is next?”

Galatasaray fans showed their darkest side in last days. Supporters from Istanbul made banner related with the kill of Delije member. On the transparent they ask Gate 7 (Olympiakocos, Greece), Grobari (Partizan, Serbia) and CSKA Moscow. The question is “Who is next?” with possible answers. Related with this incident Galatasaray fans are supported by almost all hooligans from different clubs …

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Leeds fan about the tragic incident in Turkey: Will Istanbul hooligans getaway with murder yet again?!

As any Leeds United fan knows, Istanbul is a dodgy place to be if you’re identifiable as a follower of any team pitted against a local side, whose fans tend to glory in a reputation for bloodthirstiness with “Welcome to Hell” banners, throat-slitting gestures and other manifestations of their complete lack of civilised conduct and behaviour. Leeds fans know this …

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