News 2011

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Postby Fredy » Fri Jun 03, 2011 11:16 pm

Small incidents at Romania - Bosnia (3-0)
Bosnian fans reacted violently after romanian fans show a banner " Free Mladic"
Another banner was "Bosnian are people without country"
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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Sat Jun 04, 2011 12:56 pm

More than 100 German fans arrested in Vienna


Vienna - More than a hundred violent German football fans were arrested in Vienna Friday, shortly before their side was scheduled to play Austria in a Group A qualifier for the Euro championship.

The hooligans had rioted in bars and shops in the city center, police spokesman Roman Hahslinger said.

He said he did not have details about possible injuries.

Already on Thursday, police arrested two German fans after they and some 150 others had started brawling with Austrian counterparts.

German hooligans might have been attracted to Friday's game by the recent fan violence at a derby between the clubs Vienna and Austria, Hahslinger said.

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Postby YAKUZA » Sat Jun 04, 2011 1:00 pm

Thirty hurt in clashes between Belgian, Turkish fans



Thirty people including three police officers suffered light injuries after fans clashed while watching the Belgium and Turkey Euro 2012 qualifier on a big screen, city officials in Ghent announced on Saturday.

One police officer was struck in the head with a bottle thrown from the crowd, while around 30 other people were reported to have been treated for light injuries at hospitals around the city.

The clashes occurred during and after the transmission of the game on a big screen in the centre of Ghent, where up to 7,000 Belgian and Turkish supporters had gathered.

Some fans clashed after the end of the match, which finished in a 1-1 draw, with police reporting sporadic acts of vandalism.

City officials said only one arrest was made.

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Sun Jun 05, 2011 9:25 am

Russian fans boycott.

On the 58 th minute of the qualifier match for Euro-2012, between Russia and Armenia, held in St. Petersburg at Petrovsky stadium, fans began to leave their seats. Expanding the first banner "Before the law, "they chanted a few chants in support of the team, and when the second banner "After the law " was expanded they began leaving the curva.

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Sat Jun 18, 2011 7:50 pm

Standard Liege supporters want to buy club


Supporters of Standard Liege ,concerned about a future change in the shareholding of the recent winner of the Belgian Cup launched an action on the Internet to buy their club, that action has already received much support Thursday.

The team, second from the last championship, is looking for a buyer following the decision of the majority shareholder, the business woman Margarita Louis-Dreyfus, also owner of the Olympique de Marseille, sell its share of the Belgian club. According to the Belgian press, the value of the club is valued at 32 million euros. The widow of Robert Louis-Dreyfus owns 75% of the shares, the balance being held by former player agent Luciano D'Onofrio.

Value8, a Dutch company specializing in managing investment funds, has been nominated for the purchase of Standard Liege. Their offer was being considered Thursday by the shareholders of the club, according to the Belga news agency. The prospect of a takeover by Value8 concern for the fans that the objectives of the Dutch fund "exclusively financial." Supporters of "Rouches", the nickname of the team have since launched "an appeal for the establishment of a system of type 'socios' [supporters owners] as they exist in the major Spanish clubs ". Thursday afternoon, twenty-four hours after its launch, the site http://nousvoulonsracheterlestandard.be had already recorded one million euros in pledges to purchase action.

These supporters - Anonymous, politicians, trade unionists in the area - want to be issued 120,000 shares of 250 euros to collect the amount requested for the purchase of the club. "At this stage, it is simply to show that a possible alternative to a takeover by a financial soulless. The decision to launch such a process actually belongs to the leaders of the club," said Pierre Eyben, one of project proponents.

Margarita Louis-Dreyfus has recently pledged to inject 20 million euros into the coffers of the Olympique de Marseille. His lawyers have denied any link between the refinancing of the OM and the need to sell the Standard.

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Sat Jun 18, 2011 8:10 pm

Steaua Bucharest fans protest.

Friday night,Steaua's supporters took a stand against the uncertainty s regarding the possible move of the team, from their Ghencea stadium in Buzau, Clinceni, Pitesti or the new stadium, National Arena, in Bucharest.

Thus, many fans of the team went to the stadium Ghencea to display some messages against financier and club owner Gigi Becali.

The company that provides security at the stadium tried to prevent them to show the messages. Subsequently, the Gendarmerie has come on-site because the group had dno protest permit. Steaua fans had to leave the stadium Ghencea.

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Wed Jun 22, 2011 1:02 pm

Poland: Football fans against government

Euro2012 is coming to Poland and supporters there these days suffer from big repression. Away matches got forbidden, some stadiums closed, and fans are getting banned for stupid reasons. Our Polish moderator wrote this text to explain current situation in Poland football. Ultras-Tifo gives full support to all fans in Poland! Against Modern Football!
Political power

To explain situation of Polish fans today I should write a book… but even in short I have to begin from presentation of political and economic situation in Poland. On 10.04.2010 in tragedy in Smolensk where crashed airplane died Polish President Lech Kaczynski, his wife, many politicians and other important people from elite, after few months all power in Poland took one political party – Platforma Obywatelska (PO). Till today nobody knows why airplane crashed in Russia but Polish and Russian government don’t care. So Polish prime minister is Donald Tusk from PO, President is Bronislaw Komorowski from PO, 90% regional presidents and presidents of biggest city in Poland are from PO, in Warsaw president is Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz from PO. All police commanders, prosecutors, army and other special services (CBS, CBA, ABW) are in hands of one political power.
Because of that Polish society is under surveillance more than in other European countries. Statistics say that in Poland 1300 000 people have phone tapping! It only shows scale of surveillance in our country.
Mass-media

What more the biggest media in Poland newspapers, web sites and tv channels belong to people who are connected with actual power from PO. There is Mariusz Walter jewish ex-communist, boss of TVN, TVN7, TVN24, onet.pl and others… and also owner of Legia Warszawa (fans of Legia were in 3 years conflict against him and his holding). Adam Michnik, real jewish name is Aaron Szechter, he’s a boss of Gazeta Wyborcza – well known Polish newspaper. Michnik is connected with actual political power and ex-communists, his brother and father issued death sentence for Poles who fought against communist regime.
Thanks mainstream media actual Polish government without any problems can show their propaganda everyday and put in heads their view of “their democracy”.
Economic situation

Now economic situation in Poland is the worst since 1989. Our country is not ready to organize such a big event like EURO 2012. Yes, we have new stadiums but there is problem with highways, airports and railways. Every month Poland is becoming increasingly indebted. Because of that prices of petrol and all products are coming higher and higher but government still raised taxes.
Media propaganda against football fans

People see that problems. Poles know that we’re not ready for EURO 2012 and economic situation is total disaster. But in media like TVN, TVN24 and Gazeta Wyborcza this problem doesn’t exist. For last months media shows football fans in Poland as bandits and mafia which cooperates like Sicilians. Every week you can watch on tv or read in newspaper that the police arrested bad gangster but it’s not a problem. Problem is that those gangsters every time are showed in media as a football fans. Already we had news about narcotic mafia connected with fans of Ruch Chorzow and GKS Katowice; mafia from Lodz connected with LKS Lodz fans distributed illegal alcohol; as Gazeta Wyborcza says Jagiellonia fans were responsible for prostitute business in Bialystok etc. etc. Of course there is also a lot of information which shows Lech Poznan and Legia Warszawa supporters as stadium bandits and bad hooligans. What’s sad usually there are not any proofs for connection of supporters groups with mafia but football fans are main topic. Media used supporters to cover up mistakes of government.
Stadium law

Thanks this propaganda government could introduce regime law in the stadiums. It’s similar to new Croatian law regulation. For using flare during match you can get ban and 5 year prison, if you don’t listen the steward you can get 2 years ban, not only courts can give stadium bans but also football clubs but clubs don’t need any proofs to punish supporters so many fans have bans because they don’t like chairman or security boss. Today even covering face in the stadium by glasses or hat is a crime!
It’s enough!

Football fans said “it’s enough!” and started protest in Polish stadiums in April. Firstly by banners and tifo. Legia fans during match with Zaglebie Lubin showed choreography made by balloons which looked similar to logo of Gazeta Wyborcza… but with inscription “Gowno prawda” what means “Bullshit!”.

Then on every stadium fans showed banners against government “Niespelnione rzadu obietnice – temat zastepczy kibice” – what means that unfulfilled promises of government are covering up by topic about bad fans. Also during match Lech – Legia fans from Warsaw showed tifo against boss of Gazeta Wyborcza: “Szechter, you have to apologize for your father and brother!!!”. There was also web site address www.szechteriada.org where people can read how Szechter’s family cooperated with CCCP and killed many Poles during communism.

Of course reaction of government was easy to predict. Football clubs got huge financial punishments for those banners and tifos.
Cup final

During Polish Cup final Lech Poznan vs. Legia Warszawa fans continued their protest and at the beginning they left tribunes and showed a lot of antigovernment banners. After 15 minutes everybody came back and started real ultra fest. Nobody did care about punishments so fans had just good fun with tifo, a lot of pyro and screaming for the rest of match. Than Legia fans celebrated victory on the pitch and Lech fans had some small riots with security.

For real it was nothing serious, just normal situation like everywhere when fans celebrate important title but prime minister only waited for this. Next day he had a speech in media and told that he’s going to arrest all hooligans and he’ll close stadiums in Warsaw and Poznan… it doesn’t matter that match was in Bydgoszcz. Next week police arrested about 30 fans but what’s important most of them were not involved in riots. Police just arrested people from Supporters Societies, the most important people for fans organizations!!! Capo of Legia, spokesman of Legia fans society (SKLW) and others!!! All of them have got 5 years stadium bans from prosecutors who don’t want to wait for decision of court. Of course police movies with arresting supporters, people could watch in every news. It was more important topic than killing of Bin Laden.

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Mon Jul 18, 2011 12:23 pm

Eventfull day sunday evening whem Romanian Supercup was played, between the champions...Otelul Galati and the cup winners ...Steaua Bucharest. First a bus transporting fans from Galati caught fire...

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Then fights broke out between the two sets of supporters...

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Steaua's fans managed to steal a banner from their rivals ...

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Some other photos...Otelul Galati.

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Re: News 2011

Postby gooner775 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 6:24 pm

there are alot of protests in Sweden against the swedish football Association (sveriges fotbollsförbund/SvFF) and the swedish media on the hunt on supporters.

SvFF's disciplinary Board fines the swedish club for pretty much everything the supporters do and pretty much wants it to bee illegal to swear in the stadiums.
Clubs have been fined because the fans are singing that the referee is a whore and things like that. and a Gais supporter risked getting banned because he fell down from the rail and landed on the pitch side.
Västerås sk got a 25000kronor (kronor is the swedish currency) fine for these rolls
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Helsingborgs IF got fined because of the banners with the text 'Disciplinary Committee what if free speech is a constitutional' (a bit sarkasm in that one) and 'We are humans, treat us like that. No special laws' and singing 'There goes a whore on the line'

AIK and several other teams get fined because the fans are singing 'SvFF football murderers'
and there's a debate going on about if you done a crime in a football stadium you have to report your self at a police station far away from the football ground every time the team is playing.

And every time therse a football supporter involved in something the media goes crazy or makes it look like the supporters is the bad guys.
Swedish press logic 2011:
"Kalmar fans threw bottles against AIK defender"
Five lines in Aftonbladet a week later.

"15-year-old girl raped by three men at school"
A half page in Aftonbladet / Expressen.

"38 children molested by the suspected pedophile in Stockholm"
A full page in Aftonbladet / Expressen.

"Man stabbed to death on Segels Torg"
Two full pages in Aftonbladet / Expressen.

"Goalkeeper attacked by hooligan'
18 full pages in Aftonbladet / Expressen + the prime minister speaks.

"AIK fans threw firecrackers on judges'
20 full pages in Aftonbladet / Expressen + the Minister of Justice and Sports Minister speaks.

some ordinary Hammarby fans were attacked by a local gang in Falkenberg who attacked with bottles and knives and a Hammarby fan was cut in the neck / throat with a broken glass bottle, in the newspapers it stood that there has been a big fan brawl in Falkenberg. they made it look like that a number of Hammarby fans started rioting and fighting in the city's pubs and bars. later in the evening was a Hammarby supporter on his way home and he was attacked by the gang and became grossly abused they jumped on his head. His forehead and cheek bones were broken, his nose is broken, paranasal sinuses are destroyed, and there is blood in the lungs.
this much attention did he get http://www.fotbollskanalen.se/1.2177671 ... _inte_hord

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Re: News 2011

Postby YAKUZA » Sun Jul 24, 2011 4:36 am

July 21nd, 2011 Furious Fenerbahce fans stage a mass riot in an abandoned friendly with Shakhtar Turkish football has hardly had a sleepy summer as match-fixing allegations and criminal investigations have dominated the headlines. Just over two weeks ago, around 40 players, managers and officials from nine Turkish football clubs as well as three Turkish FA leaders were arrested in connection with an eight-month-long investigation into organised match-fixing. Then, in a second wave of arrests, 20 more men were apprehended. The situation has sunk so bad that a leading Turkish politician has said "If only five percent of the allegations are true, it would be terrible for sport in Turkey."

Undoubtedly, the most high profile person implicated in the investigations is Fenerbahce president Aziz Yildirim. Standing as one of the most powerful and richest men in Turkey, Yildirim's involvement in such a corrupt situation has shaken the fabric of Turkish society to the core. Plenty of Turks, particularly Fenerbahce fans, believe Yildirim is being scapegoated, and on Thursday night they staged a protest in support of the jailed Yildirim during a friendly with Ukrainian outfit Shakhtar Donetsk.

Things began spiralling out of control just before the hour mark.

Two Fener fans -- one who large and hugely aggressive -- burst onto the pitch wearing t-shirts with Aziz Yildirim's face on it. The stewards struggled to deal with the unruly twosome, taking several minutes to get them off the pitch and restore order.

That was only the beginning of the bother however. Minutes later, as the Fenerbahce fans continued to cause trouble, the match officials decided to call a halt to the contest. That decision lead to hundreds of Turkish fans invading the pitch as all order in the stadium evaporated.




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