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More than 14 supporters dead in Egypt after football clashes with police 08.02.2015

At least 14 people have died in clashes between football fans and police outside a stadium in Cairo, Egyptian state media has reported. Fans of the Zamalek football club tried to force their way into a match without tickets, sparking the clashes, officials said. The violence happened before a match between Zamalek and ENPPI. In February 2012, more than 70 …

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Grimsby Town fan ejected from ground before Forest Green match for ‘playing with inflatable’ 07.02.2015

Stewards at Forest Green ejected a Grimsby Town fan from the ground before kick off – apparently for playing with an inflatable football. Several people – including at least six stewards were seen to physically eject the man from the ground, and one appeared to have him in a headlock. One fan said the move had angered supporters. Stadium manager …

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Alemannia Aachen – Rot-Weiss Essen 07.02.2015, great derby in German 4th division

Impressive number of spectators on a match in Regionalliga West today (similar to 4th division). The stadium was sold out, 30 310 fans attended this match! About 5000 the fans traveled 126km from Essen to Aachen to support the away team. Some brother from Austria Wien also attended this match together with Essen. Alemannia won 1-0 and is now first …

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Ghana – Equatorial Guinea 05.02.2015, match interrupted for 40 minutes

Police used tear gas to disperse angry fans during an African Cup semifinal on Thursday. With Ghana leading host Equatorial Guinea 3-0, unruly fans forced Gabonese referee Eric Otogo-Castane to halt the match with about 10 minutes to go. The match resumed after about 40 minutes. The fans first became incensed after Ghana scored two late goals in the first …

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Monaco – Bastia 04.02.2015, clashes with police after match

Bastia fans were unable to hide their joy after their memorable penalty shoot-out win over Monaco on Wednesday night. Riot police were called into action after visiting supporters attempted to run on to the field of play after their French League Cup victory. Several flares were also left off in the away end forcing police to intervene and put them …

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Werder Bremen – Hertha BSC 01.02.2015, both ultras organized a joint protest against kick-off time

Germany: Both Bremen and Hertha fans organized a joint protest against kick-off time. This match had kick-off Sunday 15:30. As a result of that groups from both Werder Bremen and Hertha BSC cooperated and made similar choreographies, both with the message “Pro Saturday 15:30 clock – Without us, no kick-off”. Werder Bremen Hertha BSC

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