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Fight before the match Hellas Verona – AS Roma 04.02.2018

Italy: Hellas Verona – AS Roma The fight took place before the match, near the stadium, where Hellas Verona ultras were already waiting for the away fans. The meeting was previously arranged. In total, 21 Roma supporters were arrested. On the video below you can see Verona fans when they patrol the streets near the stadium, and suddenly they pull the …

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Riots: Olympiakos – AEK 04.02.2018

Riots took place after the derby between Olympiakos – AEK (1-2) when home team lose the match in the last minutes. Away fans not allowed. AEK supporters waiting for the players bus to celebrate their win (with a last minute goal) Δύσκολο να φτάσει το πούλμαν στο ξενοδοχείο… Publié par AEK FC / ΠΑΕ ΑΕΚ sur dimanche 4 février 2018

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Poland – 20th edition of the “Remi Cup” tournament 27.01.2018

The Remi Cup tournament is dedicated to the memory of Remigiusz Thiem. A fanatic of Ruch Chorzów, who was killed in 1997 by Górnik Zabrze fans. In the tournament participated crews of Ruch Chorzów,Widzew, Elana Toruń, Wisła Kraków, Unia Oświęcim, CSKA Moscow, Atletico Madrid, Slovan Bratislava , as guests show up also Borussia Dortmund hooligans.

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Teddy Boys ’95 from Legia Warsaw

The history of the “Teddy Boys ’95” group dates back to the mid-eighties of the last century, when several of the future “TB’95” began to regularly go to the matches of Legia Warsaw and travel with its supporters around Poland. Previously, the previous generation of fanatics, gitowców, who were exterminating youth subcultures (eg hippies, pop-ups, punks, etc.) led the stadiums. …

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Ultras Lech Poznań celebrated the 99th anniversary of the Wielkopolska Uprising.

Poland 27.12.2017 In Poznań, was celebrated in a beautiful way the 99th anniversary of the Wielkopolska Uprising. Ultras Lech Poznań on this occasion presented an effective illumination. Exactly at 4.40 pm (the symbolic beginning of the victorious spurt) in the whole city, cars, buses and trams stopped, then Ultras Lech Poznan began piro-show. (over 2,000 flares were used) The Wielkopolska Uprising (1918–1919) …

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