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Brighton & Hove Albion - Aberdeen - 03/08/2010

Source : theargus.co.uk

Football thugs go on rampage in Brighton

Up to 100 football hooligans took part in an organised street fight as Brighton and Hove Albion played a pre-season match.

Groups descended on the city to take part in the pre-arranged stand-off.

Residents and publicans locked their doors as two gangs clashed in Grove Hill, Brighton.

A team of 20 police officers stormed the scene and the group scattered in different directions.

Eleven people were arrested on suspicion of violent disorder.

The clash took place at about 4.30pm on Saturday.

The people in custody were expected to be released on bail late last night.
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Arab youths raid Beerschot pub - 02/08/2010

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A Beerschot fan who was parking his car near the pub got into a discussion with a local immigrant about his way of parking.
The discussion turned into a fight.
Couple of people who were in the pub went out to help their fellow fan.
The immigrant ran off and got chased.
Later that night 2O-30 Arab youths raided the pub with bats, mace and traffic signs.
Customers got hit, windows were smashed, mace got sprayed inside the pub.
The raid took only a few minutes.
By the time police arrived, they were gone.

News video including footage of the raid recorded by a security camera.

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PSG - AS Roma - Paris Tournament - 01/08/2010

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Albion Rovers - Airdrie United - Co-operative Insurance League Cup - 31/07/2010

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Violence erupts at derby clash

SECTARIAN chants and Nazi salutes marred the first Monklands derby in nine years.

Scenes at the Cliftonhill clash between Albion Rovers and Airdrie were described as the worst in half a century at the Coatbridge ground

Two arrests were made as rival fans, standing just yards apart, came to blows.

Rovers chairman Frank Meade blasted a minority among the visiting support, dubbed Section B, for spoiling the eagerly-anticipated match.

He said: “They were coming out with a whole lot of sectarian and racist bile accompanied by Nazi salutes and generally offensive behaviour.

“It has no place anywhere in society far less at a football match.

“I have been going to Cliftonhill for 50 years and I have never seen anything like that.

“The vast majority of Airdrie United supporters were impeccably behaved and enjoyed their team’s deserved victory. They were let down by a loutish minority.”

The atmosphere before last Saturday’s eagerly anticipated Co-operative Insurance League Cup first round match was described as good-natured.

But early on in the first half a section of the Airdrie support began singing anti-IRA songs.

Verbal abuse was exchanged between rival fans and some Airdrie supporters were seen in the Rovers end of the ground.

At half time, a fight broke out in the Rovers end between two supporters, but the police and stewards moved quickly to deal with the situation.

Airdrie fans surged towards the trouble spot, but were held back by police.

In the confusion, players and match officials couldn’t get off the field because the tunnel area was blocked. The match referee is believed to be including the incident in a report which will lead to an investigation by SFA beaks.

Rovers fan Danielle McDade said: “I can appreciate healthy competition between two rival teams however, I was not expecting the violence I witnessed during the match.

“I found the behaviour of two men in particular very distressing, particularly for many fans who had brought their children to the game.

“These two thugs entered the Albion Rovers end trying to provoke trouble and unfortunately this is ultimately what they achieved.

“They attacked members of the Albion support during the half-time interval in an area where children stood beside their parents. This is unacceptable and should not be tolerated.

“Whilst this attack took place, a bottle was thrown and abuse hurled at the Albion support. If not for the quick assistance from nearby police, this issue could have led to chaos.”

Albion Rovers have provided video footage to the police who are investigating the crowd trouble.

Airdrie United secretary Ann Marie Ballantyne said: “We can’t really comment on the situation until we see the CCTV footage, but we will be supporting Albion Rovers in everything they do.

“We feel the police and the stewards had everything under control and did everything they were supposed to do well.”
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Partizan : Hooligan group leader sent to jail - 04/08/2010

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Leader of the Partizan supporters group Miloš Radisavljević was sentenced to a prison term of one year and four months for threatening a journalist.

He was found guilty of endangering the safety of B92 TV journalist Brankica Stanković.

Radisavljević will be free until the verdict is confirmed by the court.

The prosecution claimed that chants that were shouted at a Partizan match last year, threatening Stanković that suggested she would "end up like( murdered journalists Slavko) Ćuruvija", posed a threat to Stanković’s safety.

Initially, 11 hooligans were indicted after which the prosecution dropped charges against six of them.

Radisavljević’s trial was the last to end, because he was a fugitive while the other trial was ongoing.

He was arrested in late May and has been in custody since then.

The incident occurred in December of last year, after Stanković's investigative program Insajder (Insider), aired on B92 TV, exploring ties between hooligan groups and criminals.
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Hibernian - NK Maribor - 05/08/2010

Source: scotsman.com

Football fans fight running battles in Old Town terror

Horrified passers-by were forced to seek cover last night when football violence erupted in the heart of Edinburgh's tourist area.


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The large group of men, believed to be football 'casuals', lined up by police. Picture: Ian Georgeson

The trouble, which broke out in the Canongate in the Old Town, was believed to have been connected with last night's Europa League match between Hibernian and NK Maribor.

The Slovenian team brought a sizeable travelling support with them, and eye-witnesses believed those involved were supporters of the visiting team fighting among themselves.

Several people, including a number of women, were arrested, and one man was taken to hospital with head injuries.

At 6:30pm on the historic road, tourists and residents were forced to flee as a group of about 20 people began attacking each other close to the Pancho Villa's restaurant.

They threw tables, chairs and bottles in a running battle down towards Holyrood, as visitors and residents tried to evade the trouble.

One shocked London tourist, who asked not to be named, said: "It was incredibly intense and aggressive. Really scary. They were getting their hands on anything they could and just chucking at each other, using their belts to whack each other. They were very focused on who they wanted to fight, but it really was a riot.

"I couldn't believe something like this could happen in somewhere like this. I could see the shop owners trying to get their tables and chairs indoors before they could be used as weapons."

One woman spoke of her shock, saying : "I've seen fights before, but never anything like this scale. They were all over the road just hammering at each other, using everything and anything they could find –
I saw one throw a newspaper stand.

"It was terrifying, but it was really strange the way it seemed to start and stop, then start again."

Police said they believed the violence was connected with last night's match between Hibs and Maribor, but could not confirm if both Scottish and Slovenian fans were involved.

Last night, a spokesman for Lothian and Borders Police said: "A number of persons responsible have been identified and detained. Inquiries are ongoing."

On Saturday, police in Falkirk moved swiftly to arrest three visiting fans attending a pre-season friendly match between the home side and Bolton Wanderers. The men were charged with breaching banning orders and face trial in November, after pleading not guilty at Falkirk Sheriff Court.

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Fans battle on the Royal Mile

TERRIFIED families fled for cover last night when a 50-strong mob of foreign football thugs started rioting - on the Royal Mile.
Rival gangs of NK Maribor fans clashed in sickening scenes of violence just hours after arriving in Edinburgh for the Slovenian side's Europa Cup match with Hibs.

The yobs descended on the capital's most famous street and terrorised diners at a Mexican restaurant before vicious running battles broke out.

Many used bottles, glasses, plant pots and even news stands as missiles, while others fought with chairs.

One terrified witness said: "I was shaking with fear." Stunned Serena Thomson, 35, saw the mayhem from her nearby flat just before 7pm.

She said: "I saw 20 to 30 guys. They were seriously assaulting each other with the chairs and for ten minutes it looked like a riot.

"They moved and then started again. Some of them took these huge belts off and they were smacking people over the head with them."

She added: "They were throwing glasses, bottles, plant pots they just threw anything than came to hand."

Alex Robinson, 64, of Coventry, was about to dine at the Pancho Villas eatery with his wife and eight-year-old grandson Nathan when the riot broke out. He said: "All of a sudden there was a lot of shouting and those outside started throwing things and knocking over tables.

"There was the sound of breaking glass and it was very frightening."

Restaurant boss Myra Nunez, 39, said: "It was very distressing and one of my customers had her hand injured and was taken by ambulance.

"I lost a lot of businesss because of this."

Police reportedly arrived after about ten minutes, once the fighting had subsided.

They used to dogs to pen in the rioters by a wall while officers checked passports and performed searches.

Maribor later beat Hibs 3-2 for a 6-2 aggregate win.

Lothian and Borders Police were unavailable to comment on the trouble.



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Pre Hibs V Maribor: Mayhem in Canongate

These dramatic photos show the events which broke out earlier this evening in Edinburgh's Canongate

A situation broke out shortly after 6.30pm this evening near Pancho Villa's restaurant. It has been suggested that the violence was football related. Hibs were playing Slovenian side Maribor at Easter Road in a Europa League third round qualifier this evening.

Eyewitness Eddie Truman, whose flat overlooks the area, took these pictures and told us:

"At 6.35pm I looked out of the window to see a pitched battle between two groups of young men, both sides appeared to be European in origin, both were shouting in a language I did not understand. They took tables and chairs from Pancho Villa's and were assaulting each other with them; they were also using belts with large buckles to
assault each other.

"It looked like some took refuge in the restaurant and tables and chairs started to be thrown in. The battle continued up and down the Canongate for a good 10 minutes before the police arrived, at first only two police arrived and a lone policewoman confronted the group but within minutes there were large numbers of police with dogs."


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SK Slovan - FC Red Star - 05/08/2010

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2 Red Star fans have been detained after police caught them with bars with which they have allegedly attacked group of 10 people. One more smaller incident happened before the game.
Slovan fans tried to attack Delije in front of the stadium.

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VIDEO: http://bratislava.sme.sk/c/5493604/srbskych-fanusikov-kontroluju-policajni-tazkoodenci.html

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PSG facing challenges, hoping to win title and end hooliganism - 04/08/2010

Source : The Canadian Press

Paris Saint-Germain is approaching the new season with trepidation and excitement, hoping that new recruits such as Nene can help it challenge for the title and anxious to overcome the hooliganism and racism that have scarred the French club.

Last season ended in turmoil for PSG, with one fan dying after a fight outside Parc des Princes between two groups of its supporters divided on racial grounds and who sit at opposite ends of their home stadium.

Two deaths in four years — that is the dark legacy that looms over PSG, and president Robin Leproux hopes new initiatives will finally end the fighting among fans.

PSG's inconsistent form last season took a back seat to events off the field.

In February, a 38-year-old PSG fan suffered serious head injuries during street clashes among PSG fans at a league match against Marseille and later died after falling into a coma.

Leproux called it "a terrible death" and pledged to bring in "heavy, new and efficient measures" to tackle the violence that has troubled the club since the mid 1980s.

True to his word, and with the help of government measures, Leproux has made changes.

Offical supporters' groups considered as too troublesome have been disbanded, and the club hopes to make Parc des Princes a more family orientated place, with no more division over race or ideology.

A new ticketing policy is in place to make sure that the former supporters groups don't end up regrouping. The idea is that fans only find out where they are sitting close to kick off, and hopes are high that the festive atmosphere will defuse tensions.

"These are exceptional measures that could change the supporters themselves," former police commissioner Michel Lepoix told L'Equipe newspaper. "This plan is being backed by the police with a great deal of seriousness, which convinces that PSG are on the right track."

The first test comes Saturday against Saint-Etienne.

But others may not be so easily convinced that it's time for peace, serenity and goodwill at PSG.

PSG has long harboured a far-right element among its fans, many of whom gathered freely for decades in the Kop of Boulogne section and were in open conflict with mixed-race supporters in the Auteuil section at the other end.

About two hours before the Marseille game on Feb. 28, a large group of supporters from Boulogne attacked their rivals outside the Auteuil entrance. The International League Against Racism and Anti-Semitism, or LICRA, said the Boulogne group — numbering between 120 and 140 — were chanting racist and anti-Semitic slogans as they attacked.

In November 2006, Julien Quemener was shot and killed by an off-duty policeman protecting a Jewish fan surrounded by a hate mob after PSG's UEFA Cup match against Hapoel Tel Aviv. Police said that Quemener was a member of a group known as the Boulogne Boys — which no longer exists — some of whom had links to the violent far-right element.

PSG's hooligan fringe has been highly active since the early 1990s, with incidents in Paris against fans from Arsenal, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, CSKA Moscow and Galatasaray.

PSG will be playing in the Europa League this season, and the streets around Parc des Princes may still prove dangerous given how PSG hooligans fought running battles with their FC Twente counterparts during the UEFA Cup in 2008.

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Police ban booze at PSG - 04/08/2010

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Paris Saint-Germain’s home games will be alcohol-free after police slapped a booze-ban on the hooligan-troubled club’s home games at Parc des Princes.

The chief of Paris’ police force placed the order preventing the sale and consumption of alcoholic drinks in and around the club’s stadium for five hours before and 90 minutes after matches between August 2010 and May 2011.

There will be two specific perimeter boundaries for the stadium, one for the sale of alcohol and the other for the consumption of drinks.

The ban will cover a large part of Paris’s 16th ‘arrondissement’, the area between Porte de Saint-Cloud and Porte d’Auteil.

It will be solely limited to match-days, a latter issued by the police added.

PSG have been troubled by violence between their own supporters at home and away matches, with one fan dying - allegedly at the hands of his own team's fans - last season.

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Police arrest ten more after Chelsea FC and Cardiff City brawl - 06/08/2010

Source : fulhamchronicle.co.uk

TEN more people have been charged after a mass street brawl between Chelsea FC and Cardiff City fans earlier this year.

Ryan Ackary, 18, of Bracknell, Eli Drury, 28, of Watford, Mark Connors, 47, of Slough, Darren McMahon, 24, of Feltham and Tom Walker, 20, of Woodford Green, were arrested and charged with affray on August 4.

On the same day Richard Thornton, 33, of Mid-Glamorgan, Jeremiah Callaghan, 47, of Staines, James Lavender, 30, of Eastbourne, Colin Flannigan, 34, of Maida Vale and Justin Billington, 40, of Warwickshire, were charged with violent disorder.

The charges relate to the FA Cup fifth round tie between the two sides on February 13 which saw rival fans clash in North End Road with Cardiff City supporters coaches being attacked a smoke bombs let off.

After the game, visiting fans headed to Fulham Road, close to the junction with Holmead Road, before heading to Kings Road where the up to 200 fans of both sides fought with missiles including road cones and bricks thrown.

A number of police officers were injured with one male officer needing surgery for a facial injury.

In total, 61 people have been charged with the incident. All have been bailed and will appear at West London Magistrates Court on August 27.

Met Police are continuing to investigate the incident under Operation Ternhill.
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Man Utd Fans Arrested At Crewe Train Station - 05/08/2010

Source : creweguardian.co.uk

TWO Manchester United fans have been banned from attending any football match in the UK for the next three years.

Andrew James Cooper, 45, of Wybunbury and Stephen Arthur Hughes, 48, of Whitchurch, were made subject to the football banning orders when they appeared at South Cheshire Magistrates Court last week.

The banning order, which also prevents the pair from travelling abroad to watch football, was issued after Cooper and Hughes pleaded guilty to a public order offence.

The court heard that they had been on board an Arriva train from Manchester Piccadilly to Milford Haven following the Manchester derby on Saturday April 17.

The train was full with regular passengers as well as fans of both Manchester City and Manchester United.

During the journey, fans of both teams were singing and chanting.

As the journey progressed the chanting became abusive and a fight broke out between certain sections of supporters.

Both Cooper and Hughes were involved in the aggression with the pair admitting to pushing and punching others during the incident.

British Transport Police officers met the train when it arrived at Crewe railway station and arrested a number of people on board.

Cooper, of Sally Clarkes Lane, and Hughes, Worthington Street, were later charged with a public order offence.

Inspector Sonja Simister, of BTP, said: “The actions of Cooper and Hughes were completely unacceptable and their prosecution, and the imposition of the banning order, demonstrates that neither BTP nor the courts will tolerate this type of behaviour.

“With the new football season about to get under way, the banning order imposed should send out a clear message to others who cause trouble on the region’s railway.

“BTP will take prompt and robust action against anyone who behaves in a criminal or anti-social manner and will not hesitate to put people before the courts.”
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Police will continue to use football banning orders for yobs causing trouble at matches - 06/08/2010

Source : Grimsby Telegraph

ALMOST 100 Grimsby Town "fans" could be subject to football banning orders made by courts during next season.

Following trouble that has marred recent Grimsby Town matches, Humberside Police say there could be more than 90 football banning orders in place, as 2010 draws to a close.

Not only are fans banned from attending Mariners matches – both home and away – by court, but the club itself enforces its own separate bans to unruly supporters.

Blundell Park ground safety officer, Terry Rudrum, revealed there is up to 50 more on purely club bans.

He said: "Football banning orders are working extremely well and outside of that we have people banned from the club which doesn't necessarily go through the court.

"We really don't want people causing anti-social behaviour within the ground, as it doesn't support the family element of the club."
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Leeds United fans in banning order warning - 06/08/2010

Source : yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk

Leeds United supporters were today handed a 'behave yourselves' warning as the club prepares for a season packed with potential off-the-field flashpoints.

United's return to the Championship has served up a fixture list containing derby games with the likes of Sheffield United, Barnsley and Hull City.

But West Yorkshire Police are determined to ensure passions inflamed by those high-profile matches do not spill over into fan violence.

And the force has reminded yobs set on causing trouble that its dedicated football banning order unit will be keeping tabs on them over the next nine months.

Supt Paul Money, from the City and Holbeck division in Leeds that is home to the unit, said: "Attending a football match is safer now than ever before.

"One of the main reasons for this is because we take a strong stance against any behaviour which is likely to spoil true supporters' enjoyment of the game.

"Anyone who has previously been involved in incidents of disorder would be foolish to think that they will not be brought to account for their actions.

"By taking this approach, we hope that this will act as a deterrent and dissuade others from becoming involved in such conduct in the future."

Last season, the police unit secured banning orders against 26 fans following trouble around fixtures involving West Yorkshire clubs.

Applications for a further 14 orders are currently being considered by the force's solicitor.

Figures released by the Home Office last December showed 162 Leeds supporters were the subject of orders – the highest total for any club in the country.

Fans with orders are typically banned from attending matches both home and abroad for up to five years.

They can also be used to bar known troublemakers from named pubs and other hooligan 'hotspots' before and after games.
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Lech Poznan - Sparta Prague - 05/08/2010

Source : The Canadian Press

Polish fans of Lech Poznan attack buses with Sparta Prague supporters

Police say dozens of Lech Poznan fans attacked buses with Sparta Prague supporters following a Champions League qualifying match between the two teams.

Police said in a statement that Polish fans in 20 cars blocked the buses on a road on Czech territory Thursday morning after they crossed the Polish-Czech border near the town of Nachod, 120 kilometres northeast of Prague.

The Czechs were returning home after Wednesday's match in Poznan. Sparta won the second leg of the third qualifying round 1-0 and advanced on a 2-0 aggregate score.

Police said the Poles damaged the buses but nobody was injured. Following the incident, police escorted the buses to prevent further attacks.

It was not clear if any Polish fans were detained.
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'We'll ban football hooligans': Police warning on eve of new season - 06/08/2010

Source : thisishullandeastriding.co.uk

Police will continue to "weed out" Hull City hooligans this season by dishing out banning orders.

As the new season gets underway tomorrow, Humberside Police have reminded fans they take a no tolerance approach to violence.

Officers say they are preparing for a challenging season, with several derby games in the Championship posing the chance of possible disorder.

Millwall make their first trip to the KC Stadium after last year's notorious FA Cup match that ended in widespread violence.

Currently 60 Hull fans have banning orders and officers say they will apply to have more people added to the list if they cause trouble.

PC Karl Corcoran said: "We continue to target and weed out through banning orders the individuals that attend football matches purely to get involved in disorder and violence.

"Football banning orders removes the thugs from being able to attend football matches and involve themselves with disorder.

"The club offer us fantastic support to achieve this and I have found the majority of football fans support our attempt in making football matches more family friendly and trouble free."

Police have also warned fans off travelling to London in two weeks time to seek revenge against the Millwall fans who ripped up seats at the KC Stadium in January last year.

PC Corcoran added: "If a minority of people do attend intent on causing trouble then they will be dealt with by the Metropolitan Police with the assistance of Humberside Police.

"These individuals will face the prospect of court appearances, prison sentences, football banning orders, leading to possible job losses and extreme embarrassment for them and their loved ones.

"Our message to them is, is it really worth it?

"Anyone who is travelling with a group of fans intent on causing trouble need to think of the consequences."

Fans have also been reminded if they get in trouble at a City game, they will also be banned from Hull KR and Hull FC games, under the Stadium Watch programme which aims to rid stadiums of anti-social fans.
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Montpellier HSC - ETO Gyor - 05/08/2010

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30/40 Montpellier VS 20 Gyor, large victory for locals. Gyor was totally defeated and ran away before being defeated another time.

It must be noticed that Gyor had bollocks to come with only a small mob.
Flares were used on their side.
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Aris Saloniki - Jagiellonia Bialystok - 05/08/2010

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5 Poles convicted after football clashes in Greece

Court officials in Greece say five Polish men have been convicted of public order offenses after clashes broke out at a Europa League match between Aris and Jagiellonia Bialystok.

Four of the Polish fans were released Friday after their sentences were suspended, while the fifth received a 29-month jail sentence for assault and other offenses.

Clashes between rival fans occurred outside the Harilaou Stadium on Thursday, while Polish fans also clashed with police inside the stadium at halftime.

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CSKA Sofia - Levski Sofia - 01/08/2010

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Slovenian football fans appear in Edinburgh court - 07/08/2010

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Dozens of Slovenian football fans who travelled to Edinburgh for the Hibernian match against NK Maribor at Easter Road have been arrested.

Lothian and Borders Police said 30 men had been charged in connection with a disturbance in the city's Canongate area on Thursday evening.

The arrests followed reports of trouble near to the Pancho Villa restaurant at about 1830 BST.

The men appeared at Edinburgh Sheriff Court on Friday.

The 30 men, aged between 17 and 34, made no plea or declaration, the case was continued and they were granted bail.
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Police warning to West Yorkshire football fans - 06/08/2010

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Police are warning football fans in West Yorkshire that they will take a "strong stance" against troublemakers this season.

Officers said with an increase in the number of derby matches being played they were committed to tackling violent or disruptive behaviour.

Last season police secured 26 banning orders against men involved in disorder during West Yorkshire fixtures.

Supt Paul Money said these should act as a deterrent.

He added: "Attending a football match is safer now than ever before, and one of the main reasons for this is because we take a strong stance against any behaviour which is likely to spoil true supporters' enjoyment of the game.

"The real supporters attending matches in West Yorkshire should only have one thing to worry about, and that's their team's performance on the pitch."

Leeds United will play derbies against Sheffield United, Barnsley and Doncaster Rovers in the Championship while Huddersfield Town will play Sheffield Wednesday in League One and Bradford City will play Rotherham United in League Two.
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Leeds United - Derby County - 07/08/2010

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Arrests at Derby County and Leeds United season opener

Twelve arrests were made at a football match between Leeds United and Derby County on the first day of the Championship season.

Police said the majority of arrests were made when minor trouble broke out at the end of Saturday's game at Elland Road, which Derby won 2-1.

A West Yorkshire Police spokeswoman said the arrests were made for public disorder offences.

She said she was unable to say how many arrests were Leeds or Rams fans.

On Friday, West Yorkshire Police issued a warning that they would take a tough stance against troublemakers this season.

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Leeds United v Derby County: Twelve fans arrested

Police 12 arrests for public order offences at Leeds United's home game against Derby County.

Police 12 arrests for public order offences at Leeds United's home game against Derby County.
A spokeswoman for West Yorkshire Police said the majority of the arrests were made during minor trouble at the end of Saturday's match.

Unconfirmed reports said the problems started outside Elland Road's East Stand as Derby fans left the ground.

The game was United's first of the season and marked their return to the Championship after three years in League One.

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Bristol City - Millwall FC - 07/08/2010

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A Millwall football fan has been taken to hospital with serious injuries following an incident shortly after a game at Bristol City

A Great Western Ambulance Service spokesman has confirmed that paramedics treated three people at the scene one of whom was rushed to hospital.

The spokesman said:’ We attended an incident at 18.07pm tonight on Plimsoll Bridge, Bedminster, Bristol.

‘We treated two fans with minor injuries and one badly injured fan was taken to the Bristol royal hospital.

Avon and Somerset police spokesman Claire Stanley confirmed the incident but denied internet rumours that a Millwall fan had died.

She said:’Police were in attendance prior to, during and after the Bristol City v Millwall game at Aston gate.

Following the game a number of incidents of disorder were reported to the police and a coach carrying Millwall fans was attacked and had a window smashed.’

Six people were arrested over the course of the day but none in relation to the man who was taken to hospital.
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Kalithea FC - AEK Athens - 07/08/2010

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AEK coach Bajevic attacked by fans

AEK Athens president Stavros Adamidis has spoken of "sabotage from within" after coach Dusan Bajevic was attacked by fans following a pre-season friendly defeat on Saturday.

Bajevic, 61, fell to the ground after being punched by fans who surrounded the Serbian coach as he attempted to leave the pitch following the 2-1 defeat by second tier side Kallithea.

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Romania: FC Brasov - Steaua Bucarest - 07/08/2010

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Paris SG - AS St Etienne - 07/08/2010

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Supporters of the Paris football club were blocking the Paris stadium entrances to protest the club’s new entrance rules. Some 250 supporters were arrested and nine were kept in police custody overnight on Saturday, police sources say.

A spokesperson for the Paris Prefecture says the supporters were insulting and in some cases using violence against the spectators outside the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris before kick-off. The incidents occurred on the margins of a match between the Paris Saint-Germain and the French team Saint-Etienne on the first day of the Ligue 1 season.

Nine suspects were kept in police custody and are suspected of using violence.

The supporters reportedly belong to the Boulogne and Auteuil stands in the stadium. Authorities are trying to crack down on these rival groups of supporters after a string of violent incidents this year.

According to witness accounts, the police charged at the supporters and used pepper spray against groups of supporters.

Over 150 PSG supporters were banned from attending matches during the previous Ligue 1 season after 37-year-old PSG supporter died in rival group violence.

A long history of violence, racism and hooliganism has forced the club to review its stadium admission rules. Supporters can no longer choose their seats, seasonal tickets have been cut and families are now being encouraged to attend matches.

On Saturday evening, despite the violence and the protests, PSG went on to beat Saint-Etienne 3-1.

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