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Stevenage Borough - Newcastle United - Cup - 08/01/2011

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Poland: One man dead as hooligans run riot - 08/01/2011

Source : http://www.thenews.pl/national/artykul146995_one-man-dead-as-hooligans-run-riot-in-lodz.html

Police in the central city of Lodz have detained eight football hooligans after a fight between rival gangs left one man dead, Saturday.

The fight was staged on Saturday morning by 300 people identifying themselves as supporters of LKS and Widzew, two teams from Lodz which are known for having a bitter rivalry.

When police arrived at the scene, most of the hooligans had dispersed, except for a seriously hurt 24-year-old man who later died of his injuries.

In an ongoing effort to discern who was responsible for the fight, and ultimately the death of the man, identified as being a resident of the city’s Gorna district, Police have since detained eight men aged between 19 and 26 years old.

The hooligans may face up to ten years in prison for their participation in the fight. Police say more arrests are to be expected.

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Croatia takes measures against hooligans - 09/01/2011

Source : http://www.setimes.com/cocoon/setimes/xhtml/en_GB/newsbriefs/setimes/newsbriefs/2011/01/09/nb-04

ZAGREB, Croatia -- The government has approved amendments to the law on preventing sports violence, with the goal of clamping down on hooliganism. The decision, made at the government session on Friday (January 7th), was prompted by recent violent incidents during football matches. One of the most serious happened last May during match between Dinamo (Zagreb) and Hajduk (Split) when a police officer lost his eye in riots between supporters of the two traditional football rivals.

The amendments prohibit fans from wearing masks and being intoxicated. They also ban the sale of alcohol at sports facilities, and stipulate penalties for Croats who commit acts of hooliganism at sporting events abroad. (HRT, Hina, Radio Free Europe, tportal.hr - 07/01/11)
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Manchester United - FC Liverpool - Cup - 09/01/2011

Source : http://www.supersport.com/football/fa-cup/news/110109/Fans_arrested_during_Uniteds_win_over_Reds

Fans arrested during United-Reds clash


Fifteen fans were arrested for public orders offences during Manchester United's 1-0 win over Liverpool in the FA Cup on Sunday, police said.

A heavy police presence surrounded the game between two of English soccer's biggest rivals at Old Trafford, where emotions were running even higher than usual as Liverpool fans celebrated the return to management of their favourite Kenny Dalglish.

"During today's policing operation...there have been 15 arrests for a variety of public order and criminal damage offences within the ground," chief superintendent Mark Roberts said in a statement.

"Risk groups of Manchester United and Liverpool were identified as attending the fixture and an effective policing operation has prevented any serious disorder."
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FC Burnley - Port Vale - Cup - 08/01/2011

Source : http://www.burnleycitizen.co.uk/news/8779813.Thirteen_fans_arrested_as_Burnley_beat_Port_Vale_in_FA_Cup/?ref=rss

Thirteen fans arrested as Burnley beat Port Vale in FA Cup

THIRTEEN football fans were arrested on Saturday as Burnley beat Port Vale in the FA Cup.

But frontline police have been praised for their 'outstanding' handling of 'problematic' fans.

Supporters of the Potteries club made up around a quarter of the 9,442 attendance at Turf Moor on Saturday.

Thirteen arrests were made in total before and after the game, which Burnley won 4-2.

Only home one fan was detained and 12 Port Vale supporters were hauled away in the Cricket Field stand, mainly for public drunkenness, police said.

Match commander Chief Inspector Jeff Brown, who was assisted by colleagues from Staffordshire Police, was pleased with how the match was handled.

Mr Brown said: “The standard of policing achieved by my officers on the day was outstanding, in dealing with a lot of problematic fans.

“Port Vale brought 2,500 quite vociferous fans. The vast majority of those were well-behaved but we did have significant problems with drinking and we had to control those individuals.”

Following the game more than 40 coaches and minibuses containing Midlands’ fans were escorted along Harry Potts Way and Belvedere Road.

Several home supporters’ cars were delayed, in the Ormerod Road area, while the away support was allowed to leave.

Police dog handlers were deployed to maintain order outside Turf Moor and the force helicopter remained on standby throughout the tie.
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Stoke City - Cardiff City - Cup - 08/01/2011

Source : http://www.yorkshirewired.co.uk/news.php/120903-Policeman-hurt-after-Stoke-Cardiff-FA-Cup-game

Policeman hurt after Stoke-Cardiff FA Cup game

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A policeman had to be taken to hospital after he was assaulted during disorder following an FA Cup match.

The officer, whose injuries were not thought to be serious, was assaulted after Stoke City's 1-1 draw with Cardiff City at the Britannia Stadium.

Before Saturday's game a man had minor injuries after being assaulted at a nearby five-a-side football venue with two arrests made over the incident.

Staffordshire Police said about a dozen people had been arrested.

The force said officers had worked hard to keep rival supporters apart after the FA Cup game, but had been confronted by a significant number of fans intent on causing trouble.

Supt Pete Owen, who was in charge of policing the fixture, said: "It is disappointing how a minority of fans have clearly attended the fixture intent on engaging in disorder, rather than supporting their local team.

"We have worked hard with the club over the past few years to successfully reduce incidents of football disorder, which has allowed us to continually reduce the number of police involved each week."

A police spokesman confirmed that arrests had been made on suspicion of assault, criminal damage and public order offences.

The injured officer was taken to the University Hospital of North Staffordshire by paramedics with a leg injury.

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Just got back from Stoke and was inside the pub when it kicked off, although was in a different room but could see through the bar staffs door that looked into the room that it kicked off. 3/4 big stoke fans got inside and then started singing stoke songs and before you knew it there was beer in the air, chairs being thrown and a large amount of cardiff fans looking for the exits. There was alot of families in there and mostly supporters club inside. God knows how the stoke fans GOT in there un-noticed but it spoilt what was a good atmosphere in the pub of decent cardiff fans singing cardiff songs, just a few spoil it.

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England: Tilbury - Grays - 02/01/2011

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Violence and 100 person brawl follows derby clash

A TILBURY football supporter has been hospitalised after being hit by a brick after a fight involving around 100 people took place after the Tilbury v Grays local derby today.

The violence took place just outside the Chadfields ground after Tilbury had beaten Grays 3-2 in the Ryman League Division North fixture.

There were concerns about potential problems after trouble at the corresponding fixture earlier in the season when Tilbury fans clashed with Grays Chief Executive Andy Swallow after the game at Grays’ rented ground at East Thurrock.

For today’s match Tilbury employed a number of stewards and two police officers attended the match, though their presence was so “low profile” they were in the Tilbury boardroom drinking tea at half time and left the ground minutes after the final whistle.

The first flashpoint of the afternoon came when Grays took the lead 14 minutes into the first half with a hotly disputed and controversial goal. Two young Tilbury supporters, aged probably les than eight-years-old, threw two full cans of Coca-Cola at a linesman. He drew the attention of the referee to the incident, but appeared to ignore the antics of a supporter who climbed over the pitch-side fence and held a lengthy conversation with Tilbury manager Paul Vaughan.

The rest of the match was uninterrupted by fans and Tilbury came from behind to secure a 3-2 victory that was against the formbook.

The two young supporters who had thrown cans at the linesman raced across the pitch to barrack Grays fans as they streamed out of the ground, but, despite being clearly observed by the two police officers as they threw two more Coke cans at the Grays their antics were ignored.

What happened 15 minutes later took the violence to a new level. Bricks, bottles, chairs as well as punches were thrown leaving a number of people injured and at least one person requiring hospital treatment.

An Essex Police spokesperson said: “We can confirm that we had a call to a mass brawl involving over a 100people outside Tilbury FC. One person who was hit by a brick has been taken to Basildon hospital.

“We can confirm that there have, at this time, no arrests.”

A police source disclosed that they believed that a number of the “participants” were a “Loughton contingent” pointing at finger of blame at a connection with Grays Athletic, who are based at a training centre in Loughton.

Eye witnesses have spoken to the Essex Enquirer saying who was at the midst of the brawl, though Grays Chief Executive Andy Swallow who owns The Academy in Loughton distanced himself when questioned by the media.

He said: “I saw something kicking off but I quickly drove away. I learned my lesson from last time.”

The violence appeared to have potential to carry on into the evening with reports of Tilbury-based people driving into Grays in search of Grays fans. The matter has also been discussed on West Ham United forums where bloggers have been giving the impression that the incident was pre-meditated.

As for the game itself, Grays will be immensely disappointed that they didn’t take advantage of first half dominance.

They had a number of early chances but fluffed them, the most notable being when Simon Thomas missed the target with the goal at his mercy. They also had valid claims for a penalty inexplicably waved away.

However, they grabbed the lead on 14 minutes when Simon Thomas was among several players who sprang the Tilbury defensive line and, despite being yards offside and with the referee ignoring the linesman’s raised flag they bundled the ball home at about the third attempt.

Tilbury were rightly incensed as it was a shocking decision by the ref but there was no excuse for the fans' behaviour which is likely to result in a big fine, if not even ground closure after the ‘innocent’ linesman was targeted by juvenile missile throwers.

To their credit, Tilbury’s players battled on and were rewarded before half time when Chris Taylor volleyed home an angled equaliser which embarrassed Grays keeper Steve Northwood.

In the second half most people expected Grays to move through the gears to victory but it was Tilbury who dominated, though they were immensely fortunate to be awarded a penalty when Chris Stowe took a tumble under very little pressure.

It was converted and, when Northwood messed up his angles and allowed an innocuous ball into the box to evade him for a third goal, Tilbury were set up for an unlikely victory.

Grays’ best player, in many people’s opinion, was finally unleashed from the subs’ bench, but Alex Osbourne can’t be expected to rescue a whole season on his own and though he played a part as Grays grabbed a late consolation, they never really threatened even an equaliser and slumped to a defeat.

Juvenile antics excepted, Tilbury were celebrating their victory in sensible style until a cohort of thugs, apparently directed an led by a senior Grays Athletic club figure (who it is believed is now being sought by police) unleashed an avalanche of violence about 15 minutes after the final whistle.

Police flooded the scenes, and there were many substantiated reports of individual acts of violence involving known supporters of both Grays and Tilbury, and a number of unknown men. Fans, including women and children supporting both teams were locked in the clubhouse as the fight carried on outside. A number of Grays fans have confirmed to the Enquirer that they recognised a senior Grays club official at the centre of the violence.

Police have confirmed no arrests but spokesmen for the FA and Ryman League have confirmed they will be investigating, while Essex police say they are pursuing several lines of enquiry, with a number of specific people being named as responsible for the violence.
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England: Nuneaton Borough - Telford AFC - 02/01/2011

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Six held after violence at Nuneaton v Telford match

Six people have been arrested after disorder broke out following a football match in Warwickshire.

Nuneaton Town FC said it was investigating the incident which happened after its home match against AFC Telford United on Monday.

Telford fans said some of them were hurt when they were hit with stones and bottles as they left the ground at Liberty Way after the goalless draw.

Warwickshire Police said the arrests were for disorder offences.

Rob Palin, who organises away travel for Telford fans, said: "Some of the people who got to the coach first were forced to effectively lie down on the floor while the coaches was stoned, bricked - to avoid the onslaught that was coming from the so-called Nuneaton fans.

"They were obviously very, very shook-up and yes, some people are quite badly upset."
'Small minority'

One Telford fan, 19-year-old Ross Crowson, said he was hit after bottles, paint cans, tyres and glass were thrown by rival fans.

"I just laid on the floor and people were trying to pick me back up. I've got a lump on my head," he said.

"I'm a bit shaken up and I just can't believe it."

A police spokeswoman said six people were being interviewed after an "incident of disorder".

She said Nuneaton CID particularly wanted to hear from anyone who photographed or filmed the disruption.

Nuneaton Town FC said it was "saddened" by the events and was investigating.

It said in a statement that it called police to the ground at 1631 GMT "following the actions of a small minority of males inside the ground".

It said anyone identified as being involved in the disorder would be banned from the ground.

"The officer dealing with the incident has told the club that the offenders most certainly never came to the club to watch football," a spokesman added.
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Brawl in Rome - 08/01/2011

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During the night between Saturday and Sunday there was a riot between Lazio Ultras and Police.
During the party for 111th Lazio Soccer Club's Birthday a group of 400 lads from Curva Nord attacked police in the centre of Rome using fire cracker,rocks and home-mad bombs.
20 policeman injuried and one Lazio fan arrested and banned for 5 years, maybe will be more arrests in the next hours.
You can find the first pictures of the night here:

http://roma.repubblica.it/cronaca/2011/01/09/foto/festa_polisportiva_lazio_scontri-10998893/1/

http://www.ilmessaggero.it/articolo.php?id=133763&sez=HOME_ROMA&npl

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Rome, clashes between Lazio fans and police

Ultras triggered: 1 arrested, 20 injured officers during the celebrations for 111 years at Lazio

ROME (January 9) - What was supposed to be a party for the 111 years of SS Lazio in Freedom Square in Rome turned into a night of clashes between fans , the police in the Prati district. Hundreds burned down boxes, broke the windows of some banks, threw bombs. The budget is an arrest, as well as 10 others identified. Liberty Square, the one where the dream began bersagliere Whitethroat Luigi Bigiarelli, on 9 January 1900 he founded the sports club Lazio along with eight friends, has thus become the sad scene of clashes between the usual vandals and law enforcement. A heavy shadow on the celebrations of the anniversary, particularly felt this year since the 111 years of Lazio crossed 150 years of Italian unity. The Digos are sifting through the images made by the Scientific Police. At work last night even the Flying Squad, the Commissioner Meadows, and other offices that can provide assistance in the investigation and identification of other officers.

The clashes occurred at around 23, when a group of about 400 fans, the thousands present, began to cover her face and, heading for the contingents of the police force deployed for law and order, he began a busy throwing rocks and paving stones. Bombs were exploded numerous with high potential who have caused damage to some vehicles used quotas. To restore order, the police said, "it was necessary to resort to deterrence measures, and launching tear gas." There are 14 injuries recorded among the ranks of state police, six of the police.

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Piacenza - Varese - 08/01/2011

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A lot of Varese lads without "Tessera del tifoso" (fan card) take place in the same stand of locals, because in Italy you cannot entry in visiting sector without "Tessera del tifoso" (and in Italy ultras and lads didn't like it), but you can buy tickets in local stand.
During the match Varese lads tried to get Piacenza fans fighting first with steward and after with locals how you can see on the pictures.
11 lads from Varese were banned for a total of 52 years.

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Pisa: stadium bans - 08/01/2011

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Pisa Police Department banned 17 ultras from Pisa.
In 12/9/2010 they attacked and destroyed a bar and a lot of locals were injured.
The police found out that lads from Pisa were in Terni the night before the match to make an inspection of local ultras meeting place. They knew that Terni lads stayed at bar "Il Sorriso" on sunday before the match and the next day they attacked it.


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Troubles in Sofia - 12/01/2011

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On 12 of January cska Sofia hooligans main flag was stolen after a volleyball game in Samokov. The same evening, angry of the loss of their flag, cska guys tried to break the door of a closed Levski fanclub, but didn't managed to steal anything. Seeing some revenge, they gathered again on 13.01 near the lake Ariana in Sofia, but were attacked by bigger and well armed group. Many of cska guys run away (some of them even prefered to jump in the river than to fight) the rest were beaten badly, one of them was stabbed in the chest, and have his lung damaged, but thank God, his life is out of danger.
The derby will be played for the first time since many years on Levski stadium, far from the city centre on 26.02.
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19 arrested in rally in memory of killed football fan in Moscow - 15/01/2011

Source : http://en.rian.ru/russia/20110115/162157411.html

A total of 19 participants of a rally to commemorate the death of football fan Yegor Sviridov were arrested in Moscow, a police spokesman Viktor Biryukov said.

Sviridov was shot dead in a brawl with migrants from Russia's mainly Muslim North Caucasus region. The incident sparked race-hate riots and ethnic clashes across Russia in December, including a brawl between over 5,000 football supporters and police outside the Kremlin walls. Forty days have passed since his death.

The rally was held on Saturday morning on the Moscow Kronstadt Boulevard, where Sviridov was killed.

"A total of 19 people were arrested," Biryukov said adding that the police is establishing whether they were involved in riots on the Moscow Manezh Square.

Biryukov said that the rally, where some 400 participants and about 150 media representatives took part was peaceful.

Contrary to expectations, the rally is not being run by the Spartak Moscow fans group, Fratria, which Sviridov was a member of. In s a statement, Fratria said it refused to have anything to do with the gathering and pledged that its members would not be involved.

Fratria urged football fans to remain vigilant as "lots of provocateurs who want to make hay out of the tragedy to our comrade are currently positioned next to us."

One of the persons behind the rally is Artur Grohovsky, assistant chairman of the liberal Yabloko party. Earlier, Gorokhovsky told RIA Novosti that up to 4,500 people would take part in the rally and dismissed fears that the event could result in a new wave of race-hate violence.

Also on Saturday a similar authorized peaceful rally was held in Russia's second largest city of St. Petersburg.

MOSCOW, January 15 (RIA Novosti)
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Moscow police on alert over commemorative rally for football fan


Security has been stepped up in Moscow due to a sanctioned rally in memory of a killed football fan, 28-year-old Egor Sviridov. He died in a brawl on December 7, 2010.

Forty days after the death of the Spartak Moscow supporter, more than a thousand people came to Kronshtadsky Boulevard in the north of Moscow, where he was murdered. These were mainly football fans, most of them covering their faces with the scarves of their football clubs or medical masks.

There were fears that the gathering could turn violent, as was the case on December 11. Back then the crowd moved from Kronshtadsky Boulevard to Moscow’s central Manege Square, where a mass brawl broke out, inflamed by nationalist slogans. The fuse was easy to ignite because Sviridov was killed in a scuffle with migrants from Russia’s North Caucasus.

Moscow police have detained 19 people at the rally on Kronshtadsky Boulevard on Saturday. They have been checked for possible involvement in the December riot.

A leader of the nationalist Movement against Illegal Immigration, Aleksandr Belov, laid a wreath at the bus stop where Sviridov died. Earlier, another leader of the movement, Vladimir Ermolaev, said that they do not attach any political meaning to the rally. A publication on its web site called on their supporters simply to come to the gathering to honor the memory of the perished young man.

On Saturday, the Investigative Committee named the suspected instigators of the fight which resulted in Egor Sviridov’s death. According to the investigators, the brawl was “deliberately provoked” by Aslan Cherkesov, accused of the murder, and five more natives of the North Caucasus. The Investigative says none of the suspects are officially registered as migrants, and it is now trying to establish where they worked.. Five of them have been arrested and put in custody, and police are now searching for the sixth person allegedly involved in the fight on December 7. If found guilty, they face up to seven years in prison.
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France: Reims - Montpellier - Cup - 08/01/2011

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Brawl between supporters in front of the stadium

In front of the stadium, Reims supporters found Montpellier rivals of the day, this Saturday afternoon.
Before this cup ame, both sides of fans fronted and a fight took place where five people were arrested on Montpellier side.
Later, three others were also arrested said police.

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France: Poissy - RC Strasbourg - Cup - 08/01/2011

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Before the game, Strasbourg supporters were attacked by a dozen of PSG supporters.
Two PSG fans were arrested by police.

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Toulouse FC - AS Nancy - 15/01/2011

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TFC-Nancy : supporters fronted

About fifty supporters from TFC and Nancy fronted near the Toulouse stadium yesterday, at 7pm, two hours before kick-off.
As it seems their bys was lost in the city some Nancy supporters tried to reach the stadium walkin in the streets of the city
On their way to the stadium, they fronted locals and a fiht took place between both sides who exchanged punches, kicks and flares.
Police intervened after several minutes of fight, using pepper sprays.

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Chile: Brawl between Universidad de Chile supporters - 15/01/2011

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A brawl opposed several Unidersidad de Chile supporters. It ended with a woman injured and gunshots near the Nacional stadium.

Everything occured this Saturday afternoon when a group of 60 supporters mobbed up with their families with the aim to organize security for the game of Tuesday.
These supporters were identified as the old ones.
Another group, identified as the new ones, called Los de Abajo attacked them.

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Olympiakos Volou - PAOK Saloniki - 15/01/2011

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Crowd violence mars Olympiakos Volos-PAOK match

Crowd violence hit the Greek Super League on Saturday when police fought running battles with fans at the Olympiakos Volos-PAOK Thessaloniki match.

The kickoff was delayed for 30 minutes after a small section of the Panthessaliko stadium in the Thessaly city of Volos was damaged by fire as authorities tried to remove PAOK supporters who attempted to enter without tickets.

PAOK fans hurled missiles and flares at the police who eventually managed to get the situation under control and disperse the crowds using tear gas.



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Bulgaria: Bloody Sunday morning in Plovdiv - 16/01/2011

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Plovdiv Police Department claims a mass brawl was prevented in front of a pub in early morning of Sunday and nine people were detained for a 24-hour custody. Allegedly all involved men are football fans of local team Botev Plovdiv. A bunch of 50 people run rampage at Evlogi Georgiev street about 1 a.m. and twenty minutes later they attacked with stones and bottles the police task force dispatched to the incident. Two cars suffered damage in the morning turmoil. Nine arrested are aged between 17 and 31 old.
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Sunderland - Newcastle United - 16/01/2011

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Police arrest 24 at Tyne and Wear derby in Sunderland

Police arrested 24 football fans during the Tyne and Wear derby.

About 48,000 supporters attended the match at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland on Sunday where there was a large police presence.

A new barrier system was in place to try to minimise disruption. Police said this was effective.

Pre-planned operations before the game were carried out including a search of 110 European football supporters at North Shields ferry terminal.

However all searches, which took place on Saturday and Sunday morning after acting on intelligence received, proved negative.

They also searched a number of Swiss fans in Sunderland on Sunday morning.
'Still troublemakers'

One man was arrested on suspicion of possessing a controlled drug.

The 24 arrests were made before, during and immediately after the match for offences including drunk and disorderly behaviour, disorderly conduct and going into the playing area.

Temporary Ch Supt Steve Neill, match commander, said: "The crowd was mainly good natured and the overwhelming majority wanted nothing more than to enjoy the action on the pitch in an atmosphere free from violence and disorder.

"However, there were still some troublemakers who were determined to spoil things for the genuine fans.

"We had anticipated the potential for disorder and had the resources in place to deal with it swiftly and firmly."
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Birmingham City - Aston Villa - 16/01/2011

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Handful of arrests at Birmingham City/Aston Villa match

A handful of arrests were made during the Birmingham City/Aston Villa derby fixture, police said.

Five people were arrested for drink and drug related offences, said the West Midlands force, which was policing at the Premier League game at St Andrew's.

Two smoke devices were smuggled past security and discharged inside the ground.

Officers will also investigate how a man was able to gain access to the pitch before the end of the 1-1 draw.

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Burton Albion - Middlesbrough - FA Cup - 08/01/2010

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Five fans arrested after Boro crash out of FA Cup

FIVE fans were arrested as Boro crashed out of the FA Cup in humiliating circumstances over the weekend.

Red flares were sparked as fans celebrated Gary O’Neil’s opener for Boro during the clash with Burton Albion at the Pirelli Stadium, leading to three arrests.

A smoke canister was also set-off and thrown onto the pitch, landing near to Burton keeper Adam Legzdins.

Another fan was arrested during the game for making his way on to the pitch.

And another fan was also arrested for being drunk and disorderly.

A spokesperson for Staffordshire Police today confirmed that five Boro fans had been arrested at the game.

A 20-year-old, from Middlesbrough, a 38-year-old, from Kent, and a 16-year-old, from Saltburn, were all arrested on suspicion of discharging flares and have been bailed.

A 23-year-old, from Middlesbrough, was cautioned after being arrested for encroaching on to the pitch.

Finally, a 25-year-old from Redcar, was given a fixed penalty notice for being drunk and disorderly.


The arrests came as Boro suffered a hugely embarrassing early cup exit to lowly League Two side Burton Albion.

Eye witnesses reported four flares being lit after Gary O’Neil’s goal.

In a scene reminiscent of European football stadiums, a section of the stand was then illuminated in red light and smoke as fans celebrated the goal.

Since Saturday’s game, fans have been discussing the flare issue on Boro fanzine website Fly Me To The Moon.

Many have condemned those who lit the flares saying they put other fans at risk.

Boro crashed out of the cup in disappointing fashion on Saturday.
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Football Hooligans Arrested In Budapest - 15/01/2010

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"Police detained seven football hooligans on Wednesday in relation to rowdy conduct during a Ujpest-Ferencvaros match last September. Police chief Tamas Toth said they will do their best to ensure that ordinary people can go to football events without fear.

If convicted, the accused could be sentenced to up to five years in prison.

An arrest warrant was issued for Robert Breitenbach on suspicion of stabbing. He could face a harsher sentence, Magyar Hirlap observes.
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Five games that changed the world 01/2011

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Few would argue that football is the planet's true global game. From Baghdad to Buenos Aires it is watched, played, argued about, loved and hated with an intensity that no other sport can match.
Its ubiquity also brings a tremendous amount of power. Dictators and politicians have long tried to harness its ability to inspire unity and national pride for more nefarious political purposes -- be it Argentina's junta who used the 1978 World Cup to inspire the kind of loyalty that its regime had failed to do, to current Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who feared and respected football's power to spark change in equal measure.
"[Football] has caused at least one war and many battles, often tragic, off the pitch," wrote Melvyn Bragg, nominating the 1863 Rules of Association Football, the football's first official code, in his "Twelve Books That Changed the World."
But sometimes a single match has been at the center of huge social and political changes. Ahead of the start of the 2011 AFC Asian Cup, CNN gives you some of the games that changed the world.

Secretary's XI versus President's XI (1864)

When 22 men gathered in Battersea Park, London, in the winter of 1864 for a game of football, no-one could imagine the worldwide sporting revolution that would follow. This was the first game played according to the Rules of Association Football, written by the embryonic English Football Association and the first attempt to unite and codify football's different, not to mention competing, strands.
The forward pass hadn't been introduced yet, there were no such thing as crossbars and the offside rule was still three years away from being introduced, but the British Victorian need for imprimatur and order meant that the simplified, slimmed-down rules -- just 13 laws -- were easily exported. Which the British did with a proselytizing zeal throughout its colonies and the rest of the world.
One such football missionary was Charles William Miller, who in the mid-1890s took a copy of the rules and a football to Brazil, from where it caught on like wild fire.
"A Brazilian taxi driver told me that Charles Miller had invented football. In other words, he's a legendary figure [in Brazil], but no-one is quite sure what the legend actually is," explained Josh Lacey, author of "God is Brazilian," a biography of Miller.
"In Sao Paulo, there is a square named after him. It's the square outside the stadium where Corinthians play."
And the match itself? The Secretary's XI won 2-0, with both goals scored by Charles William Alcock, who would himself go on to organize the very first international fixture, between England and Scotland, seven years later.

West Germany versus Hungary (1954)

Post-war Germany was a haunted, broken and divided place. Although it was devastated financially by the folly of Nazism and the split between east and west by the emergence of the Iron Curtain, Germans were in a soul-searching funk over their role in the Second World War. The singing of the national anthem was actively discouraged and the country's new, unloved flag was rarely seen. And then came the "Miracle of Bern" at the 1954 World Cup, held in Switzerland. Despite being trounced 8-3 in their first match against Hungary, West Germany made it to the final of the World Cup to face the same opposition. The team was made up solely of amateur footballers, while Hungary -- the best team in the world at the time -- boasted the likes of Ferenc Puskas. No-one gave them a chance, but they won 3-2, sparking scenes of jubilation back in West Germany and the first positive, collective nationalistic outburst since the war.
"It was a kind of liberation for the Germans from all the things that weighed down upon them after the Second World War," German historian Joachim Fest wrote.
"July 4, 1954 is in certain aspects the founding day of the German Republic."
From there West Germany boomed economically, becoming the leading nation in Europe. As newspaper Der Spiegel pointed out before a united Germany hosted the 2006 World Cup: "In one 90-minute match against Hungary, modern-day Germany was born."

Rangers versus Bucks (1966)

Robben Island is infamous for its most revered prisoner: Nelson Mandela. But the jail, which held what the apartheid South African state viewed to be the most dangerous political prisoners, also gave birth to an unlikely football league. The Makana Football Association was set up by a group of prisoners desperate to break the monotony of prison life. Every week from 1964 onwards a prisoner would ask for permission to play football, and then be punished by the authorities as a result of his temerity. But by 1966 the prison warden relented and a football league was set up based on one of the only books in the prison library: the FIFA rule book.
Scores, leagues, disciplinary records and even the results of disciplinary hearings from on-pitch indiscretions were kept, although no record exists of the score between the Rangers and Bucks in the first-ever match.
As well as giving the inmates hope during desperate times, the Makana FA had a more important impact: honing the administrative skills of South Africa's future leaders. Jacob Zuma, the current President, was a tough-tackling defender for the Bucks and a future Makana FA referee.
"It taught them administration ... Robben Island created the new generation of people that struggled for freedom," explains Professor Chuck Korr, author of "More Than Just a Game: Football vs. Apartheid."
"And those men thought football was very important in maintaining their sanity and hope for the future. By definition, football is absolutely essential in the way the struggle for freedom is won."
The Makana FA, although long abandoned, was given honorary FIFA membership in 2007.

Dinamo Zagreb versus Red Star Belgrade (1990)

Yugoslavia was already on the brink of imploding by the time Serbia's Red Star Belgrade played Croatia's Dinamo Zagreb at the latter's Maksimir Stadium. Pro- independence parties had already won recent Croatian elections. But the events that unfolded on March 13, 1990 are regarded by many as the opening salvo of the most vicious European war since the Nazis were defeated in 1945.
During the match, future AC Milan and Croatia captain Zvonimir Boban launched a kung-fu kick at a policeman who was attacking a Zagreb fan. Riots broke out between Zagreb's "Bad Blue Boys" ultra group, and Red Star's "Delije" -- led by the brutal war-lord Arkan.
Arkan's Tiger's, the paramilitary group he ruled during the war, recruited heavily from the Delije. Arkan himself was indicted by the United Nations for war crimes, but was assassinated in 2000 before he stood trial. Later, Boban explained what was going through his head.
"Here I was, a public face prepared to risk his life, career and everything that fame could have brought, all because of one ideal cause: the Croatian cause."
For the rest of the soon-to-be-non-existent country, it was a symbolic moment. "It was the most important match in Yugoslav history," explains Dr. Neven Andjelic, author of "Bosnia-Herzegovina: The End of a Legacy."
"It has political implications and is a clear sign of the forthcoming violence and war that this unfinished match provided to the population."
The war went on to rage for five years, with the International Center for Transnational Justice estimating that 140,000 people were killed. Its effects are still evident today, not least outside the Maksimir Stadium, where a statue depicting a group of soldiers stands. On it is the inscription: "To the fans of the club, who started the war with Serbia at this ground on May 13, 1990."


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Iraq versus Saudi Arabia (2007)

Younis Mahmoud ran the length of the pitch to celebrate with the handful of fans that had made the long journey to the vast, half-empty stand in Jakarta's Bung Karno stadium. The captain of the Iraq national team -- a team of Kurds, Sunni and Shia Muslims -- had just scored the only, decisive goal in the 2007 Asian Cup final on July 29 against Saudi Arabia, but it meant much more than the first piece of major silverware for the "Lions of Mesopotamia."
Back in Baghdad, tens of thousands of Iraqis poured into the streets, firing celebratory bullets into the air, with many clutching something that had not been seen in numbers since the fall of Saddam: the Iraqi flag.
Football had achieved what no politician or general had managed to achieve: a semblance of national unity. According to the U.S. military, there were 1,700 sectarian attacks in Baghdad alone in June 2007. That had almost halved after the final, to 960 by the end of August.
But the victory came at a price. Minutes after Iraq had beaten South Korea in a penalty shoot out in the semifinal, a suicide bomber blew himself up in a crowd of cheering fans, killing 50 people. At the Asian Cup, the victorious team sat, stunned, in the dressing room and contemplated pulling out of the final. But then the players watched the carnage on television.
"One of the victims was a 12-year-old child," recalled Mahmoud to the press afterwards. "His mother, when his body was laid in front of her, she didn't weep, but she said: 'I present my son as a sacrifice for the Iraqi national team.' We have to win."
They chose to continue, and the rest is history.
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Italy: Turris - Ebolitana - 16/01/2011

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Day of disturbances on the football field from Campania area.
Clashes during the match Ebolitana - Turris, valid for the Serie D, which took place today at the stage of Torre del Greco. The first episode erupted after 20 minutes of playing in the first half, when about 100 visiting fans entered the stadium: a subsequent launch of fireworks on the field, which forced the referee to suspend the game twice .
Turris goalkeeper, Michael Prete, stunned by the explosion, was forced to leave the field prematurely. The goalkeepers was transported to a nearby hospital for a CAT scan. But the troubles continued outside the stadium: police used tear gas to contain a hundred Turris supporters as fifty Ebolitana were still inside the stadium.

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After clashes yesterday afternoon at the Torre del Greco in the course of calcium Turris - Ebolitana, during which a goalkeeper is injured, the officials of the local police in cooperation with the Digos in Naples arrested five people and carried out a series of raids in which they seized several knives, baseball bats and other tools to offend.

In particular Domenico D'Urzo, 33 years, with specific precedents and who has already served a period of DASPO, whose violent actions are well documented by the images of Digos, was made an arrest deferred, the first in Campania during the championship , while in terms of four others was an arrest of suspects of crime.

For all, the threat of protest, resistance and aggravated injury to the officer, and D'Urzo also that of receiving, as, in search of his home, was found a knife having been stolen. The clashes between the two groups of supporters have ensured that the consignment of Series D has been suspended twice for the launch of fireworks, with two stages of attempted violent contact at the end of the race, the first and second gates of the stadium near .
Scattered groups of ultras, says the manager of Digos, Philip Bonfiglio, have been reported to the police in many parts of the city. Among the other four arrested, two other people, like D'Urzo had previous specific and were joined by DASPO, while two were under suspicion.

Four policemen blast close to medical reports of firecracker. The meeting was held at risk, and that is why the local police reinforcements had to plan the protection of public order, but there had never been in similar previous occasions such serious acts of violence.



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