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A smoke bomb at Filbert Street in October 1981

Smoke flares on the pitch at Filbert Street in October 1981 during Leicester City’s home game with Chelsea. The match ended 1-1, but was marred by what the Mercury called “the worst outbreak of soccer violence in Leicester for months.” A total of 45 people were arrested before, during and after the game, with coins thrown and scuffles breaking out …

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Celtic – Legia 06.08.2014, home fans waved anti-fascist flags

Before the game fans of Legia tried to attack those of Celtic on the streets of Edinburgh. Quick response of the police prevented clashes. The match was attended by more than 1 000 supporters of the guests, many of them living in England. Celtic supporters showed in their sector anti-fascist flags. Legia Warsaw Full report from first match: Legia – …

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Śląsk Wrocław – Borussia Dortmund 06.08.2014, germans lost articles in Poland

Śląsk supporters captured a couple of flags, scarves and t-shirts after friendly game against BVB yesterday. Fans from Dortmund gave their colors without a fight, no ultras or hooligans from Germany traveled for this match. Probably the lost articles are from BVB fan club from Poland. Good choreo by home fans. Sources wks.pl and stadionowioprawcy.net

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Partizan – Ludogorets 06.08.2014, Grobari tried to steal away banners

During first half Partizan fans tried to steal two banners, one of them successfully, but Grobari lost it immediately after less than a minute when Security went into action. Photos from incident Grobari on match CSKA Sofia’s ex leader in away sector with Ludogorets fans Article from first match between Ludogorets and Partizan: Ludogorets – Partizan 30.07.2014, hooligans firm from …

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Uefa closes sectors at Steaua, Debrecen and Maribor after racist incidents

Uefa has punished three Champions League clubs for the racist behaviour of some supporters at matches last month. Uefa says Steaua Bucharest, Debrecen and Maribor must close sections of their stadiums at the next Champions League or Europa League match they host. Steaua’s sanction takes effect on Wednesday. Two sections of the National Arena will be closed against the Kazakhstan …

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Football Fight Club – The Blazing Squad

BBC’s new documentary In Britain there is a new generation of young football fan, responsible for trebling violent incidents since 2007. Last season the police clamped down on football-related public disorder with 600 new football banning orders and nearly 3,000 arrests. This documentary follows Britain’s youth football firms across the 2013/14 season. The film features members of three firms – …

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Arsenal Herd and Gooners… then and now!

Arsenal has two separate Football hooligan firms, one named as ‘The Gooners’, this being a mutation of the club’s nickname, The Gunners and ‘The Herd’. The Gooners were known as a violent football hooligan firm, who were mainly active within the 1980s. However nowadays the name is mainly used by the majority of Arsenal supporters (the non-hooligan sector) who consider …

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