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Top arrests for racist chanting in Premier League since 2004/05

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More West Ham, Chelsea and Spurs fans have been arrested for racist and abusive chanting than any other Premier League club in the last ten years. Figures on the government website show that since the 2004/5 season, there have been 21 arrests made for racist and abusive chanting involving West Ham fans, more than any other club. The problem of …

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Blackburn – Stoke City 14.02.2015, away fans in clashes with police

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Stoke City fans were involved in violent clashes with police officers at Blackburn after their side were dumped out of the FA Cup. Fighting erupted in the away supporters’ section of the Ewood Park ground in incidents that flared twice, lasting around 10 minutes in total in the closing stages of the game. It is believed that around 20 Stoke …

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Memories from 1985: Riots during match in England between Millwall and Luton

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In 1985, in the sixth round of the Cup of England, Kenilworth Road was witness to one of the worst incidents of football hooliganism in the history of the English game. Millwall hooligans, who had overwhelmed the stadium, rioted before, during and after a fixture that First Division Luton won 1-0. Police fought running battles with hundreds of hooligans on …

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Bolton Wanderers fans disgust at flare thrown during derby game 26.12.2014

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Bolton Wanderers supporters have expressed anger after a flare was thrown into the corporate box by a Blackburn Rovers fan on Boxing Day’s derby game. A supporter appeared to throw a pyrotechnic which landed in a corporate box situated in the area of the ground which accommodated the visiting Bolton fans. Police and stewards were quickly on the scene and …

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Rochdale – Oldham Athletic 29.11.2014, troubles on the stands and 9 arrested

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Police reveal ‘smoke bombs’ and flares let off and 28 fans were thrown out of Spotland stadium on Saturday. Police made nine arrests as derby day football rivalry between Rochdale and Oldham exploded into violent scenes. A total of 28 supporters were thrown out of Rochdale’s Spotland Stadium during Saturday’s League One match, which visiting Oldham won 3-0. One man …

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Firms and casuals against the Islamification of Britain on 15h June 2015 in London

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Supporters from England united against Islamification in their country! Firms from whole Britain are gathering on march in London against the islamic extremism and extremists. Here is the whole message about the event and the statement of english fans. “We are not EDL! We are not the BNP! We are not the National Front! We are working class lads, football …

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Manchester City – Manchester United 02.11.2014, United hooligans attack City pub

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Manchester United hooligans attacked City fans infront of pub full with “blues”. Police made just three arrests at the derby clash at the Etihad. Police General Officer says they spent months ahead of United and City’s first clash of the season gathering intelligence to prevent fans coming to blows. Senior officers revealed they had between 350 and 400 officers on …

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Clashes between Everton fans and french police before match 23.10.2014

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Everton supporters have reportedly been involved in clashes with French police ahead of their Europa League match with Lille. Fans of the Merseyside club congregated in the city’s Grand Place square. Everton advised fans to avoid the square, amid reports of a flare-up involving police and the use of tear gas. Around 10 000 are expecting from England for the …

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Police and english football hooligans from 1970 to 1980

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Rioting Tottenham Hotspur fans tear down a section of iron railings in a bid to reach the Chelsea supporters before a Division One game at London’s Stamford Bridge ground. Date: 18/11/1978 A mounted policeman watches the situation closely as colleagues deal with crowd trouble at the Brisbane Road ground before the League Division Two match between Orient and Manchester United …

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