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Postby YAKUZA » Sun Apr 03, 2011 5:35 am

A supporter of AC Milan arrested with pipe bomb

A few hours before the Milan derby, the head of "Commando Ultra Tiger", an association of supporters of AC Milan, was arrested near the stadium where the meeting should take place as expected in Lombardy and throughout Italy. Marco Righettho is his name, was in possession of a pipe bomb, knives and a baseball bat. Police said the device recovered during the arrest was "potentially lethal" and Righettho was remanded in custody after being indicted for "violation of the Arms Act and possession of explosive material."For this match between Inter and AC Milan, a heavy security was deployed as the authorities got wind of possible clashes.

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Postby YAKUZA » Sun Apr 03, 2011 8:10 pm

Police followed the '50-60 FC Copenhagen's fans home from Esbjerg

The police had some work to do on Saturday nightbecause of a group of FC Copenhagen's fans . They were angry after the match 1-1 away from home against Esbjerg.

50-60 angry fans from Superliga club FC Copenhagen created problems for the police, both on Funen and Zealand on Saturday night.

On the way home by bus after the 1-1 draw against Esbjerg they a police car window at a rest area on Funen, Funen Police said.

The fans created problems all the way home
- A cop got a glass splinter in the eye, says officer in charge of Funen Police.

He also says that no one is arrested. In an attempt to prevent trouble and thefts in kiosks at rest areas in the police blocked off access to sites .

Around 21:30 o'clock bus was ahead in Copenhagen.

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Postby YAKUZA » Sun Apr 03, 2011 8:15 pm

26 Aalborg fans arested for attacking a police car.

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Thu Apr 07, 2011 12:08 pm

One supporter of Standard Liege died after falling from the stands during the match on Wednesday evening against La Gantoise , the Belgian Cup semi-final second leg, the daily La Dernier Heure said.

"According to informations, the fall was accidental. The supporter lost his balance and fell on his head and lost consciousness. Doctors have tried everything, but the fan died minutes after reaching the hospital" , said a police source, without giving details about the identity or age supporters.

Standard Liege qualified for the finals after winning on Wednesday, at home, 4-2, the return leg of the semifinal competition. In the first match, La Gantoisewon by a score of 1-0.

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Thu Apr 07, 2011 1:27 pm

Dinamo without fans in Ghencea ( Steaua's Stadium) ? "We want to diminish the violence in the stadiums"

The prefect, Mihai Atanasoaei said Thursday that he made a proposal to all the football clubs and to the President of the Professional Football League (LPF) to prohibit access to away fans for the derbies where the risk of violence is high.

Atanasoaei said that the proposal comes as an attempt to reduce violence in Romanian sport, both in the stadiums and beyond. The prefect said that he met with President of LPF, Dumitru Dragomir, and that steps have been taken to increase the safety of citizens at football matches , especially derbies

Atanasoaei said that there was a meeting attended by representatives of the leaderships of police and football clubs, where he discussed the proposal presented by the LPF. The prefect said that representatives of football clubs have agreed, but then have not come to meetings with law enforcement to determine how best to implement the measure. Atanasoaei said that in this context, if the measure is adopted, football clubs will have to apply it, even if they do not attend.

The proposal provides a general rule of football organization, since this is only a measure for the derbies where the risk of violence is high. Thus, local authorities, together with the police will do a risk analysis before the derbies to determine whether the away fans will be able to enter the stadium or not.

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Mon Apr 11, 2011 9:36 am

A weekend of protests .

First episode in Montpellier where Montpellier and Nice joinde together in protest agaisnt French federation and their abusive actions.

Over 200 Montpellier and Nice marched yesterday afternoon before the match. There was unthinkable only a year.

"We want to show that we are responsible, intelligent, we can positively transcend the interests of football and our movement ultra, that was repeatedly stated by Jerome and Cyril Morgavi Aurive responsibles for the Butte Paillade 91 and d 'Armata, two of the clubs supporters MHSC . Yesterday, at 14 pm, they waited for their counterparts in the former Brigade Sud Nice. The association was dissolved by the authorities for extortion. Butte Paillade 91 is, suspended until June, since the incidents that occurred in Reims, in the Coupe de France. No distinctive sign in the stadium,no tifo , no banner. Armata refrains from actions "in solidarity".

There, on the shady parking Portes du Soleil, to Juvignac, you see "old timers" who have not missed a game since 1988, at home and outside, engineers, entrepreneurs , an architect, students, unemployed ... White, beurs, in same proportions as those of society Montpellier.

Many men, few women, two exactly. "It's been twenty years I have come to the Butte," says one of them. We are not a lot, our reputation is unfounded. We follow them outside, you wear the colors of the club and the city. Even my son is there. It is a family. "

At 16 pm, Nice guys arrive. Concert of car horns, hugs, slaps monumental. And parade moves off towards the stadium La Mosson, punctuated by "Ohohoh, freedom for ultras! "The repression is disproportionate, we are the victims ," said Fred. We are not hooligans, we live by and for football. Is 90% of our time. Every weekend, 200,000 people go to the stadium in France. There may be stories. But that justice is equal for all. "Ultras or not."

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Postby YAKUZA » Mon Apr 11, 2011 9:49 am

Protests in Spain against club owners.

First in Cadiz:

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And in Madrid also...Atelico's fans. Please notice the green and gols bar scarfs just like Man.Utd Supporters:

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Sat Apr 16, 2011 4:20 am

Hammarby's fans warehouse was set on fire by yet unidentified people. Some tifo material, early 90's supporters banners and lot of pyro burned down.

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Sat Apr 16, 2011 2:19 pm

Djurgardens IF wants to register it's own hooligans

Hooligan brawls in connection with the premier division soccer matches are pretty bad in Sweden and are costing the clubs and the taxpayers millions every year.The law on access ban which came into force in July 2005 has not succeeded in stopping troublemakers.

But now Djurgårdens football go one step further. In a controversial request to the Data Inspection Board it requires that the club should be permitted to register persons subject to banning, writes Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet.

The register, which will both be manually and computer-based, would save information such as photographs, names, social security numbers, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses.

Even troublemakers under investigation for a refusal of access must be registered and remain in the register for two years - even if he does not get a ban.

- Today we do not know how these people look like. We might have 30 supporters for which prosecutors have issued the refusal of access, but we know just how five of them looks like. And then we can not stop the others from entering the match, "says Mats Jonsson, events manager in Djurgården Football to SvD.

But the application is controversial. Today, it is not permissible for other than authorities to save the data in a register of persons who have committed crimes.


So, for this to become a reality it requires that the Data Inspectorate gives Djurgarden exemption from pargraf 21 of the Data Protection Act.

But the politicians are in favor of Djurgårdens initiatives.

- I hope Djurgårdens request is approved. A "yes" from the Data Inspection Board would be welcomed. It's hard to shut out people from the stadium if you do not know who they are - and that is a prerequisite for the law to work in the real world, "said Sports Minister Lena Adelsohn Liljeroh (M) to the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet.
If the exemption is accepted,other Premier Division clubs could follow Djurgardens example.

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Sat Apr 16, 2011 3:07 pm

Trouble on the streets of Bucharest. Incidents between Rapid fans and people from the Bucharest's criminal underworld

A reporter of our newspaper ( CANCAN, a newspaper from Romania ) had been the victim of a violent scene with three other Rapid fans. All had arrived at the hospital because of underworld who used pistols and knives.
About 20 supporters Rapid gather to go to the match in the city of Chiajna near Bucharest. Near the group was a journalist from CANCAN. At one point behind the fans a man on board a car starts to slalom through them. Annoyed the fans begin to curse and showing obscene signs .The man gives tit for tat, after leaving the spout. After 5 minutes, the same car returns and comes with great speed toward the group of ultras. One of them could not react and was taken on the windshield and thrown a few meters. Four men descended from the car. Three of them had ball pistols and one had a sword.
The fans are forced to run away.
In the created turmoil three people fall to the ground, including the CANCAN reporter. Aggressors hit them aggressively, with their fists, feet or heels from their guns and sword in the body or head. There was blood everywhere, but the "mafia guys" stopped only after supporters came back to save those who were fallen . To keep the fans away, the members of the underworld , were threatening that they will cut one of the injured man's leg. After the first several minutes passed, the assailants got into the car and fled.
The four victims were taken to University Hospital and emergency hospitalizations. There, doctors found the following injuries:
- The person hit by car had torn ligaments (he was later discharged by doctors)
- One person who was hit in the head with the heel of the sword suffered an open wound and has a blood clot on the brain,he is going to be operated.
The another fan had bruises on his body due to repeated blows.
CANCAN-reporter was cut with a sword in his hand, nose and cheek, has a rib broken and problems to one of his lungs.

In this perplexing case, held in mid-day in the capital, police started an investigation and has already identified the four attackers, helped by the fact that one of the victims remember the car plate number. Our sources say that they attackers have had trouble with the law in the past and that has already been under surveillance for committing other acts of criminal nature.

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