News 2011

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Re: News 2011

Postby Irascibil » Sun Oct 23, 2011 8:50 pm

YAKUZA wrote:Shoot out between football fans leaves one dead


BELGRADE -- B92 has learned that a shooting in which a young man was killed on Saturday was a shoot out between two Partizan FC fan groups.


The incident happened on early Saturday. Ivan Perović was killed and another young man Đ.S. was seriously injured after he was shot in the leg.

Attackers shot at the two men from a moving car in New Belgrade around 07:00 CET on Saturday.

B92 has learned that the attacked men were members of Partizan fan group “Zabranjeni” (Banned) whose members are dissatisfied with the work of the Partizan FC leadership who banned them from the stadium.

Police believe that the attackers are members of the Alcatraz fan group.

A conflict between Zabranjeni and Alcatraz has been going on for a while.

Alcatraz members were convicted of French football fan Brice Taton’s murder in 2009 and some of the group members are accused of threatening B92 reporter Brankica Stanković.

Source : http://www.b92.net/


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Re: News 2011

Postby FreeUltras » Sun Oct 30, 2011 7:04 am

50 Panathinaikos fans were attacked with Molotov cocktails and smoke bombs at a women volleyball game against their Olympiakos rivals.

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Mon Oct 31, 2011 4:33 am

Fights broke out before last night match between PAOK and Panathinaikos . It all started when a group of people attacked a bus transporting police troups. Police responded with teargas.
It's not yet clear if the attackers had anything to do with PAOK or the fan movement.

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Re: News 2011

Postby Mathieu » Fri Nov 04, 2011 10:59 am

Seen on Twitter's Italian CNN journalist.

@tancredipalmeri
Tancredi Palmeri Unacceptable assaults in metro from Lille supporters to single Inter fans.Punches 5vs1,no police around,also vandalism in the station


Tancredi Palmeri At every metro stops Lille fans throwing plastic things (how many they have?),people literally running away from train


Tancredi Palmeri I must correct:also clashes before game were provocated by Lille fans,who started to throw randomly glasses over people at vending stands


Nothing really glorious, but nothing really interesting with Curva Nord Fans except a 15vs15 before the game, without real winners due to immediat police action.
80 Lille OSC's lads for this game, lot of us were arrested before the game and drived into secure buses to away sector.
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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Thu Nov 17, 2011 3:56 pm

French interior ministry decided that the two clashes opposing PSG to Olympique Marseille will be played without visiting team supporters. Like the previous season. This decision is justified by the serious incidents which occurred between the two groups of fans at games in 2009 and 2010, when the visiting team fans fought on the streets of Marseille after which there were very hard with the policeforces . In November 2010 there were incidents between the two Paris terraces , which led to the death of one PSG fan. Currently the main Parisian groups are banned ifrom entering the stadiums and the club almost never sells tickets to their own hardcore fans for away games.

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Re: News 2011

Postby No Name Boy » Thu Nov 17, 2011 10:27 pm

I heard this

November 12, 2011 th in Poland to take effect changes in laws that increase the responsibility for crime and hooliganism during public events. The so-called speciallaw, who was preparing for Euro 2012, providing for amendments to 11 laws and, in particular, the five codes, reported the Polish Press Agency.


November 12, 2011 th in Poland to take effect changes in laws that increase the responsibility for crime and hooliganism during public events. The so-called spetszakon, who was preparing for Euro 2012, providing for amendments to 11 laws and, in particular, the five codes, reported the Polish Press Agency.



"The main purpose of editing is the ability to more effectively combat acts of hooliganism at stadiums and security during the tournament, in which Poland is a co-organizer" - draws attention to the publication's press-secretary of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration of Poland Malgorzata Wozniak.

Existing steel, in particular, the introduction of electronic monitoring systems in stadiums for the identification of the fans. But already in January 2012 will come into force rules relating to mandatory registration with the police during the mass sports activities of people who for rowdy behavior forbidden to attend sporting events. Observations on football hooligans provides for the introduction of electronic bracelets. In addition, since January of 2012 more severely punished those who would try to smuggle alcohol into the stadium more than 3.5% of Strength. The changes concern the introduction of the so-called remote ships with the possibility of punishment for the bully directly at the stadium with the help of videoconferencing. It also provides an integrated system for identification of spectators. For the Polish top division, these provisions take effect 30 days after the date of publication of the first division football - January 1, 2013 and in other games - January 1, 2014. Among the other provisions of the amendments is the introduction of penalties: detention, restriction of freedom or 3 thousands of zlotys as a penalty for possession of dangerous instruments, including knives and machetes - in a public place, if there is suspicion that they may be used to jeopardize the health and lives of others. toughened penalties for false anonymous message on zaminirovanii. Currently, such offenders shall be punished by imprisonment for up to 30 days. After changes in the "jokers" faces from six months to eight years in prison. Shall be punished as theft or damage to the infrastructure facility.



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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Mon Nov 21, 2011 10:48 am

Brondby IF - FC Copenhagen , 20.11.2011

FC Copenhagen fans decided to protest at this match against what the Danish Police hopes to become the way the fans will travell from now on to the Danish football derbies.

Only 24 Copenhagen fans chose to accept the club's offer to ride the bus from their stadium to Brøndby's for yesterday's derby .

Of the 24 i, a handful of fans suited in orange jump suits as a protest against the police and the club's treatment of them.

- We feel we are being treated like prisoners, says one of the orange-clad, Rasmus, before the match .

- First we sat and waited an hour in the park, and then we were shipped to the game with three motorcycle cops in front of the bus and five cars behind.

- There were probably 35-40 policemen to us 24, and out at the stadium there was a lot of extra police. Total there are probably four officers per FCK fan, says Rasmus.

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Re: News 2011

Postby No Name Boy » Wed Nov 30, 2011 10:29 pm

In Ukraine for Euro 2012 in the Ministry of Interior have created the service DRFN, which deals with control of the European ultras. Comments about this in the Clearing House "Ukraine-2012", said deputy head of National Agency of Euro 2012 (Ukrevroinfraproekt) Alexander Birsan. "In the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine initiated by UEFA has established a service - the National Football Information Point. This is a formal structure, which is considering issues relating to the fans, hooligans, ultras, which were recorded in databases in Europe ", - he said

As explained by Alexander Birsan in databases DRFN fans hooligans from different countries registered name, and the League uses this information when it is necessary to limit the input so the fans to the games.

The official noted that the service DRFN in Ukraine has already started to work successfully. On the eve of the football match between FC "Zenit" (St. Petersburg) and FC "Shakhtar" (Donetsk), which was held on October 19, Ukrainian law enforcement agencies have received a signal of more than 100 "of banned" Fans from Russia. These experts gave the State Border Service and the checkpoints of seven football hooligans refused to cross the Ukrainian border.

"Most football hooligans probably refused to go. This suggests that in Ukraine began to work successfully filter system unwanted guests. Distressed fans understand that Ukraine is working database DRFN ", - said Alexander Birsan.
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Re: News 2011

Postby Irascibil » Sat Dec 03, 2011 9:35 pm

Genoa - Milan 02.12.11
Match stopped after tear gas have been used
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Re: News 2011

Postby No Name Boy » Wed Dec 14, 2011 10:19 pm

Zenit ultras wont use fireworks n flairs in EUFA matches
zenit ultras leader said they dont wanna do an harm to team, but same time pyro is part of game
all after Zenit-APOEL match
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