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Eight months in prison and three years sentence for Lokeren fan

On February 5th 2014 in Belgium the semifinals of the Belgium Cup was played between KV Oostende and Lokeren. Then in overtime a goal was disallowed by KV Oostende and the fans started throwing bottles on the pitch and challenge supporters the Lokeren. Lokeren fans reacted to this by breaking a gate open and move onto the pitch. Among Lokeren …

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Zawisza fans brought crosses and coffins on the pitch for their footballers 25.01.2014

Supporters of the Polish Zawisza made quite curious attempt to motivate the players in their battle to remain in the elite football group. The method of ultras is frightening and through him they deliver a message to the players that if they relegate from First Division in Poland nothing good is awaiting them. Fans made coffins and crosses on the …

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Hooligan groups in Germany will be rated as criminal organizations

Hard times for the hooligans in Germany and 22.01.2015 sad day for the German hooligan scene. According to the judgment of the Federal Court hooligan groups will be rated as a criminal organizations. Violent scene followers must continue to reckon with longer prison sentences than before. Every fan who is counted among one group can get up to 5 years …

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Rangers – Hearts 16.01.2014, fans made troubles and protest against club board

A large number of Rangers fans staged a loud and angry demonstration outside Ibrox prior to last night’s match with Hearts, as supporters vented their fury at the latest news from the club. On Thursday it emerged that the board were considering mortgaging off Ibrox and Murray Park in return for a £10 million loan from Mike Ashley. Several hundred …

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