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Video & Pics: Aberdeen fans violence in Groningen

Update: Scroll Down for video of the attack ABERDEEN FC fans have been attacked by hooligans in Groningen this afternoon. It’s understood hooligans charged at the Dons fans in the city centre ahead of the Europa League clash tonight. While enjoying pre-match refreshments ahead of the match

Will Hooliganism Ever Die?

From the 1960s onwards, the UK has had a reputation worldwide for football hooliganism was often dubbed the English Disease. Since the 1980s and well into the 1990s the UK government has led a widescale crackdown on football related violence. While football hooliganism has been a growing

Football hooligan swaps terraces for changing rooms.

Convicted Football hooligan will be playing in the football league next year. FROM being jailed in 2011 after being found guilty following an outbreak of football hooliganism between Brentford and Leyton Orient fans, the turn around in the life of new Stevenage signing Dean Wells could not

Todays most dangerous clubs

Who is England’s most dangerous football club today? The mainstream press have done their best to analyse the statistics released from the Football Banning Order Authority. But is it a true representation? Does it take into account the number of arrests as a proportion of the clubs’

Football hooligans are bright, intelligent, family guys

BACK in the late Eighties, James Bannon infiltrated an infamous group of football hooligans as part of a covert police sting. As the World Cup kicks off he tells us what turns normal men into violent louts and why he’s not afraid to speak out about his

Video: England fan has ear bitten of in World Cup attack

An English football fan had a piece of his ear bitten off by another England fan at the World Cup in Brazil. The attack happened during England’s match against Uruguay in Sao Paulo on 19 June, and is believed to be racially motivated.  British police deployed to the tournament

Fans in court after Miners’ club brawl

Football fans accused of violent disorder in a mass brawl which erupted at a Burnley social club after a Clarets game, have appeared in court.   They have appeared in two separate hearings at Burnley Magistrates’ Court charged with using or threatening unlawful violence in the major

Police investigate violent clashes between Burnley and Middlesbrough fans

Burnley Express Reports; Trouble erupted between supporters outside Turf Moor following the Championship game on Saturday afternoon. Witnesses reported a brawl breaking out as away fans boarded coaches in Harry Potts Way around 5pm. Hundreds of fans then faced off in the street at the junction with

Headhunters, Hooliganism and Margret Thatcher

This Article has been translated from a Peruvian website, some words may be lost in translation. On December 29, 1984, after a game of English Premier Division, Kevin Whitton a member of the organized Chelsea Firm (known as The Headhunters ) was arrested for rioting outside Stamford