News 2012

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Re: News 2012

Postby Ultras1312 » Thu Jan 19, 2012 12:46 am

Irascibil wrote:

Cry baby cry @ 0.32

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Re: News 2012

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Irascibil wrote:

Cry baby cry @ 0.32

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Re: News 2012

Postby sofia_boy » Sat Jan 21, 2012 4:28 pm

can you find me a photo from the protests on which a cop makes a handicapped man crawl out of his wheelchair? I saw it in a newspaper but I can't find it on the internet
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Re: News 2012

Postby YAKUZA » Thu Jan 26, 2012 6:04 am

After their team lost the cup game against Atromitos , PAOK fans invaded the field in protest and forced their way up to the administrators' offices. These were pretty much empty , as the team's officials left in a hurry right after the second atromitos goal.

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Re: News 2012

Postby YAKUZA » Thu Feb 16, 2012 5:34 am

An Arsenal London supporter was arrested and another was wounded in the head during clashes with Italian police on Wednesday in Milan.The man was arrested for throwing a bottle into the police.About 200 English supporters gathered Wednesday in front of the Duomo of Milan having with them ​​hundreds of cans and bottles of beer.

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Re: News 2012

Postby YAKUZA » Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:53 am

Dutch police say they have arrested 76 Ajax supporters suspected of seeking a confrontation with Manchester United supporters the night before the clubs meet in the Europa League.

Police said that on Thursday the men were detained a day earlier under heightened security rules imposed by the Amsterdam mayor. Spokesman Ad Smit said the men were found to have a pair of brass knuckles, teargas, a clu...b "and a large amount of narcotics". They were held overnight and will face varying fines of up to €600 (£500).

Another 54 supporters of the Belgian club Anderlecht, who were also thought to be seeking confrontation with United supporters, were detained and sent home. On Wednesday, 12 people were arrested for "football-related incidents".

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Re: News 2012

Postby YAKUZA » Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:29 pm

Someone who speaks italian , please translate this :

http://dallapartedeltorto.tk/2012/02/21 ... -illegale/
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Re: News 2012

Postby No Name Boy » Tue Feb 21, 2012 1:59 pm

FROM GOOGLE

Prepare the coffin, the card's fan's days are numbered. After less than two years after its introduction, in fact, has come to an end, thanks to the persistent struggles of lawyers, ultras, a consumer association, and very few journalists.
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Battles that have slowly crumbled convictions of former Interior Minister Roberto Maroni, the father of the card's fan. The father of a law unconstitutional, undermining the citizen's fundamental rights as freedom of movement on the national territory, as we have said many times on these pages (and others). The father of a measure that has been spoiled emptied further stages.
Of course, incidents and clashes between supporters decreased markedly, and this is a point in favor of Maroni. But it is the only positive result. The rest was a progressive impoverishment, filing a hidden fan "bad" and not a tool "original" to provide data for Italian banks. Until a few days ago when Roberto Sgalla, new president of the Observatory on sporting events, has decided to take a step back and not because it is an enlightened, as to the results of the destructive and depressing piece of the fan. "The card's fan will evolve into a tool that is always more than loyalty. The ability to combine the benefits card can put people back to the stadium. " So far nothing new, because it could be the nth trap.
In reality the two real news these days comes from the opening of the interior minister, Anna Maria Cancellieri, to amend Article 9 of the Amato Law: the law prohibiting the purchase of tickets and subscriptions to the card's fan who has been convicted of crimes for so-called stadium.
The other novelty is the ability to purchase up to five tickets for home games and two for away matches. All this without being in possession of the infamous card. And 'the end of an era absurd
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Re: News 2012

Postby Irascibil » Fri Feb 24, 2012 12:07 am

Problems at Standard - Wisla
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Re: News 2012

Postby YAKUZA » Fri Feb 24, 2012 12:44 am

Police made 10 arrests ahead of Manchester United's match with Ajax tonight amid violent scenes in the city. Rival fans clashed at Binary bar in Castlefield before kick-off and caused severe damage. Witnesses described how up to 30 United fans were drinking in the bar when there was a confrontation with Ajax supporters, during which fireworks were thrown. The bar’s main window was smashed and tables and chairs were left strewn across the ground. Bar manager Jenny Anslow, 27, said: “The United fans went out and then came running back in. One of them said ‘there’s lots of them coming down the street’.

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