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Gay parade is scheduled in Belgrade (Serbia) for Sunday 28.09.2014

Numerous ultra groups are announcing that they will not allow this walk like parades that were supposed to happen last 2 years. All of Serbia’s ultra scene is uniting against this event. Last parade in Belgrade was in 2010, the last three gay pride, were banned by the Serbian authorities for fear of big riots. It will be very hot …

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Police provocation before Cracovia – Wisla on Sunday

Today there was a meeting regarding safety before the derby Cracovia Krakow vs Wisla Krakow on Sunday. Police believe ultras smuggle pyro inside stadium with their mobile phones. Therefore the security will not allow Wisla supporters to bring phones with them on Sunday for the match! As you see on the picture above… we could not hide this flare in …

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Interview with one of the Grobari leaders: Im not gangster, but i live like bandit in Belgrade

One of partizan leaders, known as Šule, gave a big interview for russian portal rbworld.org. Subject of converstaion was arrival of Partizan fans on tournament in Moscow. -When was your first football match? – My first trip to a football match took place when i was 16 years old. Then my friend and me went to the stadium and chosed …

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On the terraces at most dangerous derby in Ukraine

Ukraine’s “ultras” are among the world’s most notorious football hooligans. As their country slides towards civil war, men who once engaged in bloody battles on the terraces are joining forces to fight the pro-Russian separatis. Marc Bennetts joins the fans of Shakhtar Donetsk and Dynamo Kiev for the final match of a season like no other. I’m walking along a …

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Nationalists and Unionists clash in Bucchanan street Glasgow 19.09.2014

Police have made six arrests after separating groups of rival Unionists and independence supporters in Glasgow. Officers, some mounted on horses, lined up to divide a large number of people waving union jacks from a group of “Yes” supporters. The trouble began when the Union supporters fired a flare and charged, but their numbers dwindled away later.

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