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The men who ruled the terraces in the 70s, 80s and 90s in England


Hooligans who brought terror to the football terraces for decades. The sinister portraits – released ahead of Euro 2016 – are part of a series from acclaimed photographer Simon Harsent. Many of those in the exhibition have since turned their lives around. Cass Pennant has become a particularly prolific author and publisher and is now moving into film production. Barrington …

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Deja Vu: Arriving directly on the match and leaving after that doesn’t make you hooligans


Did Sarajevo fans got Deja Vu for the away game in Poznan? Few yars ago when FK Sarajevo played against Levski in Bosnia, Horde Zla showed their transperant with message to Bulgarian fans – “Arriving directly on the match and leaving after that doesn’t make you hooligans”. This is answer of the first match between Levski and Sarajevo when Sector …

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The story of Mr.George


Mr.George, an 80 year old man who had cancer, was in hospital yesterday next to the demo organised by Gate 13. He saw the flares and smoke coming out the building tops, he heard the chants coming out the crowd, he heard about Panathinaikos winning the game, he saw the lights of Leoforos stadium switch off, smiled and he rested …

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Photo gallery of hooligan groups from Sweden


New photo gallery of hooligan groups. This time we present you great photos from Sweden. Pictures from Germany and Poland you can find in our rubric HERE and HERE. New materials from Italy, Serbia, Croatia are coming soon… Djurgården (in black) vs Wisemen Gothenburg (in red) Bajen Orphans, Hammarby (in black) vs Youth Division, Copenhagen (in red) Bajen Orphans (in …

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The hooligans from “Red-Blue Warriors” (CSKA Moscow, Russia)


Name: Red-Blue Warriors Team: CSKA Moscow Country, city: Russia, Moscow Birthday: 1994 Friends: Partizan, CSKA (Sofia), PAOK Enemies: Spartak Moscow, Zenit Political views: Right “Red-Blue Warriors” is one of the most famous and respected factions in the territory of the former Soviet republics. And although the first ultras movements CSKA Moscow have been created in the late 70s, Warriors are …

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Photo gallery of hooligan groups and clubs from Poland


Hooligans TV continues with the collections of great photo galleries of hooligan groups with Poland. Be in touch with the new rubric, photos of firms from Italy, Croatia and Sweden are coming soon… Photo gallery of German hooligans you can check HERE. JKS Jarosław Lech Poznaň PsychoFans – Ruch Karpaty Krosno Hutnik Krakow Motor Lublin Odra Opole Piast Gliwice Stal …

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Diary of tragedies in Spanish ultras and hooligans culture

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Spanish football is in mourning after the death of 43-year-old supporter of Deportivo La Coruna after clashes between fans of the Galician team and those of Atletico Madrid.   We present you most tragic incidents of fans that occurred in the last 30 years ago.   Luis Montero Dominguez died on 25th April in 1985 from his injures caused by …

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Spanish hooligan and ultras scene – friendships, rivals, political views


The Kingdom of Spain is composed of the 17 autonomous communities (and 2 autonomous cities). Radicals of Galicia, the Basque Country and Catalonia can observe various activities where they try to express their desire for peel. Here are most of the Spanish hooligan and ultras groups and their political orientation. Osasuna Pamplona Groups: Indar Gorri 87 ‘. Rivals: R. Madrid, …

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Police all around the world


From blast suits and machine guns to stab vests and Rottweilers: How police forces around the globe are equipped to keep order on the streets. Power: Serbian police officers from the Special Anti-Terrorist Unit pose for a picture in their base outside the capital city Belgrade Armed: Belgian special forces pose for a photograph with an armoured vehicle and working …

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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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