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Manchester City fan jailed for pushing police officer onto railway tracks - 01/04/2011

Source : Manchester Evening News

A Manchester City hooligan has been jailed after pushing a police officer onto a railway line moments before a train arrived.

Drunken James Pearson shoved Pc Andrew Taylor from a platform at Wigan's Wallbank station as an engine was pulling in.

A court heard the British Transport Police officer only managed to stagger away uninjured because the train was late.

Pearson, 30, a joiner from Stockport, was among 200 City fans waiting for their train back to Manchester Piccadilly station after watching the Blues win 2-0 at Wigan Athletic on September 19.

The court heard Pearson, a City season ticket holder, deliberately pushed Pc Taylor after he and other City fans had started chanting 'push a copper on the track'.

Pearson was seen goading other fans into chanting and called another officer a 'jobsworth' after they had ejected another rowdy supporter from the station.

Pc Taylor, who is 5ft 11ins and 17 stone, was standing on the platform to keep the fans away from the edge when Pearson suddenly shoved the officer, sending him onto the tracks beside the platform.

Panicking and disoriented, the officer staggered for 20 metres along the track before scrambling back onto the platform.

The in-bound train, which was late, arrived 20 seconds later.

Pearson, who had downed at least seven pints, abused Pc Taylor's colleagues when they arrested him, calling them Scousers.

Jailing Pearson for two years at Liverpool Crown Court Recorder Simon Medland said: "This is a very serious case and cannot be dealt with by a sentence other than immediate imprisonment.

“Fortunately, and it is no more than good fortune, the train was a little bit late. The consequences of your action if the train had been on time are dreadful to contemplate for the officer's well being and passengers on the train.”

Pearson, of Avril Close, Reddish, who pleaded guilty to doing an unlawful act on a railway with intent to endanger a person, was also handed a six-year football banning order, which prohibits him from attending games.

After the hearing, Det Con Nikki McVey said: “Thankfully the train pulling into the station was scheduled to stop and PC Taylor was able to move to a safe location – had it been travelling through the station the outcome could have been very different.

“BTP simply will not tolerate any behaviour which puts its officers, rail passengers or rail staff in harms way and will do everything in its power to seek the strictest sanctions against offenders.

“Pearson’s irresponsible behaviour put an officer’s life at risk and the sentence reflects the severity of the offence.

“The behaviour of this one man is not reflective of football fans in general who, in the main, are well behaved if sometimes a little over-exuberant. When individuals step out of line or take things too far, we will not hesitate to take action and will seek banning orders to prevent fans from attending future matches.”
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Uefa report details hate crime in Euro 2012 hosts Poland and Ukraine - 01/04/2011

Source : Guardian.co.uk

• Nearly 200 serious hate crimes detailed in report
• Michel Platini promises 'zero tolerance' at Euro 2012


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A Uefa-sponsored investigation has uncovered nearly 200 serious hate crimes at recent football matches in Poland and Ukraine, heightening fears that the 2012 European Championship finals could be marred by racist incidents.

The report, which was compiled by the Uefa-sponsored East European Monitoring Centre, discloses disturbances including antisemitic chants and banners, hooligans abusing their own team's black players and violent attacks against anti-racist groups.

The report will be released on Sunday, 15 months before the two countries host Euro 2012 and a week after an international match between Poland and Lithuania ended with clashes between supporters and police. There have been 133 reported incidents in Poland over the 18 months, according to the report, 56 of which related to the open display of racist or fascist symbols.

In March 2010, at a first division match between Polonia Warszawa and Arka Gdynia, hooligans unfurled one banner featuring a Totenkopf skull and crossbones symbol identical to that used by the Nazi SS, and displayed another which read: "Stop Islamizacji Europy" ("Stop Islamisation of Europe").

Black players in Poland have experienced hostility at many grounds and there have been 20 reported "anti-black" hate crimes, according to the report. Supporters of Lechia Gdansk demanded last year that the Brazilian Luiz Carlos Santos Deleu be the last black player at the club, according to the report.

There were 36 reported antisemitic incidents at Polish football matches. One of the most shocking took place during a third division derby between Stal Rzeszow and Resovia Rzeszow. Resovia fans exhibited a giant banner showing a silhouette of a man wearing a characteristic yarmulke in the blue and white colours of Israel. Another banner was displayed above the caricature, carrying the words: "Death to hook noses".

While Ukraine has had fewer – 62 – serious hate crimes reported at football matches, it has seen some of the most violent incidents. In August 2010, around 30 Arsenal Kyiv supporters, known for their left-leaning views, were attacked by 50 neo-Nazi fans of Dynamo Kyiv. The attackers shouted "Heil Hitler" and "white power" and an Arsenal Kyiv fan was stabbed three times in the back. Others suffered multiple injuries.

Uefa's director of Euro 2012, Martin Kallen, told a conference last week that Polish fans have a "huge image problem".

"What we saw at last Friday's match [between Poland and Lithuania] was not a very good picture to see that happening in a stadium. We and the Polish government are concerned. They are taking this seriously and will have changes in the next month."

After Poland's friendly in Lithuania 60 fans were detained after bottles, flares and benches were thrown at police. The Uefa president, Michel Platini, said in October that hooligans would be treated with "zero tolerance" at Euro 2012.

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Foul-mouthed fan banned for abusing Sunderland boss Steve Bruce - 02/04/2011

Source : Sunderlandecho.com

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A BLACK Cats’ fan has been banned from watching Sunderland and England play after he hurled a torrent of vile abuse at manager Steve Bruce.

Mark Mann, 24, of Seafields, Seaburn, was hit with a three-year football banning order for his shameful behaviour, including an incident during a pre-season friendly against Brighton, in Portugal, last July.

On that occasion, Mann, fuelled by drink, repeatedly shouted and swore at the Sunderland boss.

Footage taken by Northumbria Police officers was shown in evidence at Newcastle Magistrates’ Court of other Black Cats supporters angry at Mann’s behaviour.

He was warned about his conduct by a Portuguese police officer and then by Sergeant Glen Patterson, of Northumbria Police’s Football Unit.

However, Mann was allowed to return to his seat and continue watching the remainder of the game.

Mann was also recorded by Northumbria Police spotter Pc Michael Crow shouting obscenities at rival fans in a game at Birmingham in October 2009.

He has a number of drunk and disorderly offences stretching back to a Sunderland away match at Wigan in 2007.

Ian Cassidy, defending, argued that because Mann was allowed to continue watching the matches in Portugal and at Birmingham he shouldn’t be given a banning order.

“They took him aside both times and spoke to him,” said Mr Cassidy.

“They did not evict him, he was allowed to be warned about his behaviour.

“The police are allowing the man to go back into the ground to watch the game. It must be a nonsense.”

Mann, who is unemployed, argued he had “turned a corner” and had not been in any trouble at Sunderland matches he had attended since last July.

He added that he recently started a course which he hopes will get him back into work.

However, his plea fell on deaf ears and magistrates decided to impose a banning order on him.

Chairman of the bench David Crowe said: “We have seen you using abusive and insulting words.

“It’s apparent that you were probably drunk and there’s a record that drink plays a significant part in your life.

“We are satisfied in making a banning order.”

Because of where he lives, Mann will no longer be able to go into licensed premises surrounding the Stadium of Light four hours before or after kick-off at a Sunderland home game.

He is also banned from going within five miles of a stadium where a Sunderland away or England match is being played.

Speaking after the case Temporary Superintendent Bruce Storey, of Northumbria Police, said: “Mann’s fellow supporters were appalled by his behaviour and this banning order will demonstrate to them that such behaviour will not be tolerated.

“This order also warns people like Mann that wherever they go – be it home or abroad – they are in our sights.”
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Milan AC - Inter Milan - 02/04/2011

Source :Goal.com

Milan ultra arrested after police find 'lethal explosive' at San Siro

A potential disaster in Italy has been avoided after police arrest a man concealing a deadly explosive planned to have been detonated during the AC Milan - Inter derby.

Italian police have avoided a potential catastrophe ahead of tonight's AC Milan - Inter derby after finding what they describe as a "potentially deadly" explosive near San Siro.

A 35-year-old man known as Marco Righetto, believed to be a Milan ultras leader belonging to the Tigre gang, has been arrested.

Il Corriere dello Sport reports agents from the Digos (serious crime unit) arrested the suspect just hours before kick-off, and found a cocktail of weapons including home-made explosives, four knives, baseball bats and CS spray inside his car.

Righetti has been charged with possession of explosive materials and violation of arms laws.

The game is sold out tonight with over 80,000 fans expected to see the Scudetto showdown between the two Milanese giants.

Inter are just two points behind the Rossoneri in what many believe to be a game which could decide the title.
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Turkey crack down on football hooligans: Up to six years in prison for stadium violence - 01/04/2011

Source : http://www.dailymail.co.uk

Turkey's parliament has approved legislation aimed at eradicating the hooliganism that currently blights the country's football matches.

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The legislation, passed late Thursday, introduces up to six years in prison for fans who dismantle seats, two years in prison for fans who chant racial slurs and obscenities in or around stadiums and one-year prison terms for spectators who attempt to bring guns, sharp objects or flares to sports events.
The legislation was pushed by the Turkish Football Federation, who have vowed to adopt zero tolerance toward hooliganism.
The Turkish football league is frequently marred by crowd trouble, with fans lighting up flares, throwing objects and yelling obscenities to taunt opposition teams and referees.
Recently, spectators threw a lighter at Austria goalkeeper Juergen Macho during a 2012 European Championship qualifier in Istanbul.
A large glass bottle was also thrown on the field during a derby between Fenerbahce and Galatasaray in Istanbul in March.
With the new legislation, fans can only purchase electronic tickets using government ID numbers, making it easier to track and punish troublemakers.
Fans deemed to be drunk or under the influence of drugs will be refused entry to events, while anyone involved in hooliganism will be barred from competitions for a year.
In a bid to tackle match-fixing, individuals caught bribing players or paying fees to teams as incentives face a maximum 12 years in prison.
Turkey is at the center of a European match-fixing scandal, currently under investigation by police in Germany, in which 270 matches in at least nine domestic leagues and international competitions are under suspicion.
In 2000, two fans of English club Leeds were stabbed to death in Istanbul, ruining Turkey's reputation internationally.

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St Pauli - Schalke 04 - 01/04/2011

Source : Mainichi Daily News + Sport10.at

Uchida's Bundesliga game abandoned after fan throws beer mug

Schalke 04 defender Atsuto Uchida's Bundesliga match at St. Pauli on Friday was called off with two minutes left after a fan threw an object at a linesman.

With Schalke up 2-0 after the home side had two men sent off, assistant referee Thorsten Schiffner was struck in the head by what was believed to be a mug of beer.

Referee Deniz Aytekin took the players off, and the German football federation will decide whether the game stands or not.

Uchida started and played until the match was abandoned after appearing in Tuesday's charity match in Japan. The Japanese international was furious a St. Pauli fan tried to have the match thrown out.

"It'll be a real shame if the game doesn't count," Uchida said. "You can't justify fans causing trouble just because their team look like they're going to lose.

"I didn't think I'd play, and I appreciate the confidence. I really wanted to play well today."

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Zamalek (Egypt) - Club Africain (Tunisie) - African Champions League - 02/04/2011

Source : Channel6newsonline.com + Reuters

Riots at Cairo stadium after football fans invade pitch

Thousands of football fans stormed the pitch at a Cairo stadium as security personnel rushed to protect the referee and the linesmen after a goal was disallowed, Ahram online reported.

The incident happened during a match between Egypt's Zamalek and Tunisia's Club Africain, which was called off in stoppage time after the fans invaded the pitch.

Angry hooligans threw stones and damaged the goal's posts after the Egyptian team had a goal disallowed for offside. Reports at Cairo Stadium said some players were injured amid the chaos.

The Egyptian team led 2-1 but were on the verge of elimination from the African Champions League preliminary round after failing to overturn the 4-2 first-leg deficit. Club African is expected to be awarded victory and Zamalek is likely to face sanctions from the Confederation of African Football.

Zamalek chairman Galal Ibrahim apologized to Tunisian side Club Africain after the incident.

"We deeply regret the ugly scenes we saw today. I apologized to the Tunisian delegation for what happened," Ibrahim told Ahram Online.

Ibrahim also said he was concerned the incident might have dire consequences on Zamalek's future in African competitions.

The Egyptian Premier League was scheduled to resume 15 April but the incident could throw that into doubt.

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England : King’s Lynn Town - Coalville - FA VASE - 02/04/2011

Source : edp24.co.uk

Two arrested after King’s Lynn crash out of FA Vase at The Walks

More than 30 officers were drafted in after missiles were thrown and the pitch was invaded at The Walks.

Tempers flared late in the game, as the Linnets’ hopes of a Wembley final were dashed by visitors Coalville, in front of a club record 2,354 crowd.

Tonight police said two men, one fan from either side, were later arrested for public order offences outside the ground.

Two pubs near the ground agreed to a police request to temporarily close to prevent further disorder and fans from each club were then dispersed with no further issues.

Insp Paul Garrard, of Lynn police, said: “The majority of the spectators, including 250 travelling fans, were there to enjoy the game.

“Unfortunately this was spoiled by two core groups from either side, who were intent on causing problems throughout the game. We will be examining CCTV footage and other evidence to identify and arrest others involved.”

The police operation followed efforts by King’s Lynn Town FC to resolve the issue by evicting some spectators from the match and keeping the rival groups apart.

Additional police resources, including two dog handlers, were called in at approximately 4.45pm to keep rival groups apart during the end of the game and allow for the safe departure of spectators from the ground.

Two men, a 23-year-old man from King’s Lynn, arrested on suspicion of affray, and a 22-year-old man from Coalville, arrested on suspicion of threatening behaviour, were in custody tonight.

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Colombia : Fans attack Bucaramanga football team - 02/04/2011

Source : Colombiareports.com

Fans of a Colombian second division football team robbed the clubhouse and attacked players during a Saturday morning training session, newspaper El Tiempo reported.

About 50 members of the Atlantico Bucaramanga's "barra brava Fortaleza" supporters group, who occupy the south end of the Alfonso Lopez stadium during home games, entered the Bucaramanga clubhouse armed with knives, razors and other weapons and stole items such as wallets, jewelery, sporting equipment and cash.

The players were immediately alerted to the incident, so they abandoned training and entered the room when the fans attacked them. One player was stabbed through the hand.

The police arrived shortly after and were able to arrest nine of the fans at a north-Bucaramanga bus station.

After learning that the arrested fans would shortly be released, club officials decided not to sue, apparently for fear of reprisal.
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NOVARA CLASHES: TURIN RINGLEADER ARRESTED - 02/04/2011

Source : AGI News

The leader of the Turin football hooligans has been arrested over the clashes that took place on 14th February. R. M., a previous offender aged 39, was arrested by the Novara Security Police together with colleagues from the Turin Force, in connection with the violence that erupted prior to the Novara-Torino match on 14th February, after 70 Turin fans turned up without tickets, forced their way through police blockades and got into the stadium.
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Military makes arrests, plans investigation after football rampage - 03/04/2011

Source : Almasryalyoum.com

Cairo's security authorities have detained 22 people in connection with the riots that took place during an Africa Champions League match at Cairo Stadium on Saturday. Eleven of those arrested have been referred to the military prosecution, and a committee is expected to be formed to investigate the causes of the disturbance.

A match between Egypt's Zamalek club and Tunisia's Club Africain turned violent as thousands of Zamalek supporters invaded the pitch during the last minutes of the game, apparently objecting to a decision from the referee. Investigators said those arrested were involved in thuggery, rioting and terrorizing and assaulting Egyptians and foreigners.

Those injured in the incident included a Tunisian player, a member of Africain's management team, two Tunisian fans, and two Egyptians. They suffered bruises and broken limbs.

Investigators said that the military prosecution will decide whether to release or try the 11 people referred to them.

In the wake of the arrests, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) condemned the "negative practices and thuggery" that took place, and ordered the formation of a committee chaired by the Minister of Justice to probe the violence.

In its 32nd message on its Facebook page, the SCAF said such incidents tarnish the image of Egypt and its people. The message called on Egyptians to face such acts, which negatively impact the reputation of Egypt, adding that this is the guarantor of the advancement of Egypt and the stability of its economy.

Minister of Interior Mansour al-Essawi, meanwhile, had a phone conversation with his Tunisian counterpart in which he offered his apologise for the violence that broke out during the match.

Al-Essawi also said the majority of the Egyptian people reject the rioting, which interrupted the match, adding that the two nations have brotherly relations.

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Swedish police target football hooligans - 03/04/2011

Source : The Local.se

The Allsvenskan football premiere kicks off this weekend and Swedish police say they want more officers to report what they call "risky fans".

Swedish Police write on their website that they are producing new education material so police officers working matches can better judge situations and more easily report potentially risky fans to be blocked from entering sports arenas.

Sweden's no trespassing law was tightened in 2009, allowing police authorities to use the law to report risky fans.

Now, Swedish police have evaluated the changes to the law and found that 167 no trespassing cases were sent to the prosecutor in 2010, a marginal increase from 2009.

In a statement on the Swedish Police website, Petter Nilsson, Police Commissioner for the National Police Board (Rikspolisstyrelsen) said: “When Malmö met Helsingborg in a Skåne derby last fall there were 330 police officers there. Compare that with five or six support police officers who are busy with other tasks. We want to make it clear that all police officers are able to report on the no trespassing law.”

He continues: “Police officers obviously shouldn't go overboard but they at least shouldn't avoid reporting out of fear of not knowing how the law works.”

The education material will be available on the Swedish Police's intranet during the next week.

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Hugary : Ferencvaros - Ujpest Budapest- 01/04/2011

Source : Borsod Online + Sportforum.hu + Barikad.hu

Large amount of policemen (3000) for this very high risk game.
Troubles occurred inside the tube station, opposing Ujpest supporters to police about half an hour before kick off.
Police also intervened at the end of the game, using pepper sprays against Ferencvaros supporters, forbidden to go out of the stadium, when tension was high.
Five supporters were arrested but police intervention was criticized as they used pepper sprays also against children.
The Ujpest supporters (1200) were escorted before and after the game.

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Toulouse FC - Montpellier - 02/04/2011

Source : LaDépêche.fr

Troubles and arrests at the Stadium

Classified as a high risk game, this TFC-Montpellier game was under tension.
Troubles erupted before the end of the game, on Toulouse side.
Police have arrested 14 people.

If Montpellier won the pitch, it was a bad game on terraces side, especially on Toulouse one as 8 of their fans, from the Indians group, were arrested by police, following troubles which erupted at the end of the game.

It seems everything started when police have arrested a 22-year old man, from the Indians.
Members of this group caused troubles as they were angry.

One 22-year old local, was arrested at the end of the game and his pals (about 80) became angry and fronted police. Four other supporters were also arrested.
They met up with 6 others who were already at the police station: 3 locals and 3 from Montpellier.
They all fought before the game on the bridge Coubertin.
People said the fight was severe. Police said the fight was planned but the ones arrested refused to confirm.

Two Montpellier fans were already arrested: one for drugs and the other because he tried to enter the stadium with firecrackers.
One local was also arrested because he was drunk.

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Romania : Politehnica Timisoara - Steaua Bucarest - 01/04/2011

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After they used firecrackers and toilets paper, fire started inside the stands and seats burned so firemen intervened.

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Uruguay: Defensor Sporting - Danubio - 02/04/2011

Source : Teledoce.com

Police have arrested 55 Danubio supporters with alcohol, drugs and guns and other weapons.
One of them was already arrested in the past, for violence at football.

La police a interpellé 55 fans de Danubio en possession de bouteilles d’alcool, de drogues, d'une arme à feu calibre 22, un poing américain et autres objets contondants. Une des personnes interpellées était déjà interdit de stade pour des faits de violence.

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Argentina : Mitre - Güemes - 02/04/2011

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As 20 policemen let the away supporters go out of the stadium after final kick off, a wall broke as supporters, still inside the stadium waited for players’ shirts.
Sixteen of them felt and were hospitalized.
Riots also broke out outside the stadium, opposing police and Guemes supporters.

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As we went out of the stadium, we escorted two pals and we passed near the local main stand.
About 20 of them was us and finally we fronted them, who used bottles and plastic sticks.
About one minute fight took place, opposing this mob to 10 of us.
Stewards tried to separate us and finally police intervened.
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Denmark : Aalborg - OB Odense - 02/04/2011

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Police have arrested 27 Aalborg supporters after they provoked troubles before this high risk game.
About 30 to 40 locals mobbed up near the “Casablanca’ pub before attacking with bottles a hundred of OB supporters who mobbed up in the “John Bull” pub.
One man was wounded after he was baton charged. He was hospitalized said police.

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SL Benfica - FC Porto - 03/04/2011

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FA investigates vase semi-final fracas at King's Lynn - 04/04/2011

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The Football Association is to start an inquiry into violence at a semi-final game in Norfolk.

Rival football fans clashed at the FA Vase semi-final between King's Lynn and Coalville at the Walks on Saturday.

In a statement the FA said: "The referee has reported the incident of crowd disturbance.

"We will be writing to both clubs for their observations. It is not scenes we want to see in one of our flagship competitions."

Two men were arrested after missiles were thrown as rival fans clashed. More than 30 police officers were drafted in during Coalville's 3-2 defeat of the Linnets.

Police said they would use CCTV footage to identify those involved in disorder.

A 23-year-old man from King's Lynn and a 22-year-old man from Coalville have been released on bail.
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Hooligans from Euro 2012 co-host Poland worry UEFA - 04/04/2011

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MANCHESTER: Hooliganism was causing a “huge image problem” for European Championship co-host Poland and every round of league matches was marred by trouble, a UEFA executive said on Wednesday.

Ahead of the influx of football fans in the country next year, the Polish authorities have vowed to adopt a zero tolerance toward hooliganism.

But the ongoing struggle to eradicate violence among Polish fans was highlighted on Friday when 60 were arrested after clashing with police in Lithuania around a friendly.

“We are looking very carefully at the situation because there are many activities on the hooligan scene in Poland,” UEFA’s Euro 2012 operations director Martin Kallen told the SoccerEx conference on Wednesday.

“What we saw at last Friday’s match was not a very good picture to see that happening in a stadium.”

Poland, which is co-hosting the tournament with Ukraine, has announced plans to use fast-track trials by video linkup during the tournament. Fans also have to be part of a central database in order to buy tickets, to try to deny potential troublemakers.

“On the hooligan side we are concerned but I also know the Polish government is concerned,” Kallen said.

“They know they have a problem they have a huge image problem. There are always hooligans around every match day in the league but the government is making the right steps for the future.”

Marcin Herra, the head of the Polish organizing committee, said the “minority cannot spoil the event for the majority.”

“The new legislation allows us to work much more precisely against those hooligans,” Herra said.

“There will be zero tolerance to make sure that 500 people cannot spoil the event for one million people.”

Kallen doesn’t expect the same troublesome supporters who disrupt Polish league matches to make it into Euro 2012 stadiums.

“Different people will be coming to matches there will be more families,” he said.

“The Euro is a party and in many areas there is more a problem on a daily basis for club matches.”

Kallen also told the Manchester conference that some of the pledges made by Poland and Ukraine about infrastructure developments would not be kept. With many new motorways and roads not ready, fans will have to take diversions to reach venues.
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Large number were arrested for the events at Cairo Stadium - 03/04/2011

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Large number Were arrested of those who have committed acts of sabotage and bulling yesterday in Cairo Stadium during the match between the Egyptian club "Zamalek "and " the African Tunisian".

Maj. Gen. AL-Issawi, the Egyptian Interior Minister,have said today there are 1500 persons entered the stadium yesterday at 10 am and they carry white weapons with them without noticing them.And they exploited the cancel for the goal to Al-Zamalek and attacked all of the Egyptians, Tunisian players, and also the Algerian referees for the match , then they destroyed the whole stadium and attacked the Egyptian spectators.

On the other hand all information issued by the Ministry of the Interior confirms that there is a definite suspicion and relation between the criminals & thugs with the old regime in this tragic incident . And the aim of this event is to hit Egypt and Tunisia together . As it is known that Tunisia helped Egypt during the revolution and was the reason for the forces of the Egyptian revolution.

The interior minister said he had contacted the Tunisian Minister of the Interior and apologized for what happened and the latter accepted the apology and expressed his understanding of the bad event.

But also it is worth mentioning here that the same unfortunate events had already occurred in Tunisia during a meeting with both sides Zamalek and Tunisia Africa and Tunisia declared this time its apology and agents also said they found the old system behind these events.

Thus it seems Both of nations are facing the same problems and unfortunate events with the same scenario. Actually nothing can add as this statement that say :"the price of democracy is huge "
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AEK Athens - Atromitos - 03/04/2011

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Police hurt at Greek league game; 4 fans arrested


Greek police have made four arrests after five officers were injured from projectiles thrown by fans of AEK Athens during a Greek league game.

Police say the attack at Athens' Olympic stadium in AEK's 1-0 win over Atromitos on Sunday was unprovoked. Violence and attacks against police are widespread in the Greek league.

Fans, already grumpy over the team's poor form this season, were incensed by AEK's 6-0 loss at Olympiakos two weeks ago and booed its players on Sunday.

With two rounds left, AEK is 24 points behind champion Olympiakos in third place.

AEK has also had trouble balancing its books. Last week, the club scrambled to find enough resources to receive a permit to play in the league next season.
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