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Russia : Spartak Moscow and Shinnik Yaroslavl punished for crowd trouble- 01/11/2013

Source : http://www1.skysports.com

The Russian FA have fined Spartak Moscow and ordered them to play their next two home games behind closed doors after the latest race controversy to rock Russian football saw riot police fight running battles with supporters.

The Russian Cup tie between Spartak Moscow and Shinnik Yaroslavl had to be halted for almost half an hour after fans hurled flares, smoke bombs and seats on to the pitch during the game on Wednesday night.

Pictures also showed a fan unfurl a Nazi banner to the delight of supporters around him.

Supporters clashed with police prior to and during the game in Yaroslavl forcing referee Sergey Kostevic to lead the players off the field in the 53rd minute.

Police were forced to use water cannons to quell the unrest and 78 arrests were made.

Spartak Moscow, who were fined 600,000 rubles ($18,500) for the misbehaviour of their supporters, will have to play two matches without supporters after an extraordinary meeting of the Russian FA's disciplinary committee on Friday.

Fans of Shinnik Yaroslavl, a team playing in the second-tier of Russian football, were absolved of any blame for the incident.

However, the club have been ordered to play its next three home matches behind closed doors and fined 500,000 rubles for failing to ensure security at their stadium.

The latest incident comes after Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure was subject to a torrent of racial abuse by fans of CSKA Moscow just a week ago.

It will no doubt heighten concerns about the suitability of the country as a host venue for the 2014 Winter Olympics in February and the 2018 football World Cup.

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Wales : Cardiff and Swansea make Premier League history but hatred continues - 01/11/2013

Source : http://www.theguardian.com

In a tale of two cities, the poisonous rivalry between Cardiff and Swansea is deep-rooted and strays into all sorts of grievances

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For Vincent Tan, the first top-flight match between Cardiff City and Swansea City promises to be quite an eye-opener, unless anybody has gone to the trouble of explaining to the Malaysian why neither club is in the business of rolling out the red carpet. "I don't understand why they are so upset with each other," Cardiff's owner said about the two Welsh clubs on the eve of the season. "I would like to really welcome them here, we should give them as warm a welcome as possible and when we go there we want them to give a warm welcome."

Back in the real world 2,200 Swansea supporters will report to the Liberty Stadium at noon on Sunday. Half an hour later 47 coaches, accompanied by a police escort, will make the 40-mile trip east along the M4. Match tickets will be issued on board and after stopping off at a designated holding point not too far from the ground, a handful of coaches at a time will complete the final stage of the journey to Cardiff City Stadium.

The whole operation is organised with military precision and, assuming everything goes to plan, the two sets of supporters will not get anywhere near each other.

Anyone wondering what would happen if those hell-bent on causing trouble were able to come face to face need look no further than the YouTube footage of a Saturday afternoon at Newbury Festival in July last year. A brawl broke out involving 50 to 60 Cardiff and Swansea supporters and lasted for 15 minutes in full view of the main grandstand.

By the time police arrived at the racecourse to gain control, there were men stumbling around in blood-stained suits. It is, in short, little wonder that the police and both clubs have come to the conclusion that "bubble trips" are the only way to control these fixtures.

"We haven't walked the streets of each other's ground for 15 years," says Annis Abraham, a reformed hooligan who was part of Cardiff's notorious Soul Crew firm in the 1980s and has been a season-ticket holder at the club for 41 years. "People say the police are ruining it; they're not. I don't stick up for the police usually but they're preventing a bloodbath. As much as I detest the way they're brought in at Cardiff and we're brought in at Swansea, it is needed."

This poisonous rivalry transcends football. It is also a tale of two cities. The enmity is deep-rooted and strays into all sorts of grievances, right down to why Cardiff, the capital city, got the Senedd (Welsh Assembly) and Swansea, the poor relation, ended up with a new swimming pool. "It is two cities that choose not to get on with each other from a sporting point of view, and a political and cultural aspect as well," says Alan Curtis, who played for both clubs between 1972 and 1990 and is now first-team coach at Swansea.

"I think Cardiff has always been perceived, in most parts of Wales, to receive whatever funding is going around. To be fair, Cardiff now is a beautiful city. It seems to me that everything gets channelled in that direction, even things like the Welsh Assembly. Cardiff didn't want that and the city of Swansea did and was prepared to house it.

"I just think there's always been this perception that Cardiff are seen as the Big Daddy, so to speak. I remember Sam Hammam talking a couple of years ago about 'our little cousins down the road'."

Hammam, who was Cardiff's owner between 2000 and 2006, and is now back at the club as life president, made several patronising comments during his time at Ninian Park, including one particular remark, in August 2000, that came back to haunt him. "Swansea will never be a big club and if they are being honest with themselves they will say so," Hammam said. "If Swansea fans are Welsh and want to see top-class football in Wales, then they should recognise that Cardiff is the only Welsh club with a cat in hell's chance of making it."

In truth, for the previous 15 years neither club had looked like getting anywhere near the top flight. Swansea finished sixth in the old First Division in 1982 but dropped like a stone and by 1986 were back in the fourth tier along with Cardiff. The landscape was bleak. Times were hard, the once-thriving south Wales coal-mining industry was collapsing and football hooliganism was rife.

Running battles between supporters were the norm. In 1988, Swansea fans chased a group of Cardiff supporters into the sea after fighting broke out following a game at the Vetch Field. Accounts of what happened that night vary wildly – Abraham claims that nine Cardiff teenagers were up against 100 "Jacks" – but singing "swim away", complete with the breaststroke action, has been Swansea's favourite way of goading their rivals ever since.

The violence reached a tipping point in 1993. Two years after 39 fans had been arrested amid ugly scenes in an FA Cup tie at the Vetch, Cardiff and Swansea supporters clashed in what became known as "The Battle of Ninian Park". Images of Swansea fans tearing out seats in the grandstand and using them as missiles as Cardiff supporters invaded the pitch to confront them were plastered across national newspapers.

"The hooligans had their day," says Jason Perry, who was playing for Cardiff at the time. "The Swansea fans started to throw seats towards the family enclosure. My wife was there and she was pregnant, so players that weren't involved had to take her away to safety. That was a low moment for me.

"You look back and shake your head. Cardiff have to take responsibility that day for their organisation. Women and children were affected and hence you had a response from the Cardiff supporters, which I'm not condoning. It was a sad day, which resulted in away fans being banned. It's done right now but in the dark old days it really was nasty."

The football was almost as depressing and by the end of the 1997-98 season Swansea and Cardiff were close to rock bottom. Swansea finished 88th on the league ladder. Cardiff were one rung lower, in 89th place. Interest in the derby had dwindled – 6,459 turned up at Ninian Park and 5,621 watched the return fixture at the Vetch. The ill-feeling, though, remained.

"Hatred isn't a tough enough word," says Andy Legg, a former Swansea player who signed for Cardiff that season and received threats as well as razor blades in the post. "I was substitute for my first game and Frank [Burrows, the Cardiff manager] said: 'Go and warm up.' I went to warm up and got absolutely hammered by the Cardiff fans.

"I can remember scoring my first goal, against Plymouth, I went to celebrate in front of our fans and they hurled abuse at me, a couple of people spat. Eventually I won people over and they were absolutely fantastic to play in front of, but it was tough at first."

At the start of the 21st century significant changes were taking place in the boardrooms. Hammam took over at Cardiff and promised the world. By the time he departed six years later Cardiff were in the Championship but also in a financial mess. Peter Ridsdale took over as chairman and claimed that Cardiff were £35m in debt – much of which was owed to Langston Corporation, a company that Hammam was involved with – and losing £10m a year.

The catalyst for Swansea's revival came in 2002 when Tony Petty, the club's Australian owner, who had tried to sack players to cut costs, was forced out as fans took to the streets to protest. A group of local businessmen who were lifelong fans, together with the supporters' trust, took control and, after the debts were cleared through a company voluntary agreement, set about rebuilding the club.

The problems, however, were not solved overnight. A year later Swansea were 90 minutes away from being relegated from the Football League.

James Thomas, who now works as an ambulance driver, answered an emergency of a different kind when he scored a hat-trick in a 4-2 win over Hull City. Swansea never looked back. They won promotion under Kenny Jackett two years later and, in another hugely significant moment in their history, left behind the decrepit Vetch at the end of that season and moved to the Liberty Stadium, which was built by Swansea city council.

"Without that [new stadium], we would never have got to where we are today," Huw Jenkins, Swansea's chairman, says. "The old Vetch was so poor in its conditions, we had hardly any women or children watching. The new stadium provided motivation for everybody, so we can't thank our local authority enough, that they had the foresight to believe that the football club could help to enhance the city. Hopefully we've paid them back by getting a lot of great publicity for the area as a whole."

Swansea's profile was changing on as well as off the pitch. Roberto Martínez was brought in as manager in 2007 and introduced the tiki-taka football that is now part of the club's DNA. By 2008, Swansea had joined Cardiff in the Championship and the derby was back on the fixture list for the first time in nine years.

Cardiff, however, had more to worry about than Swansea's resurgence. Although they reached the FA Cup final in 2008, when they lost to Portsmouth, financial problems were mounting. Ridsdale oversaw Cardiff's relocation to a new stadium in 2009 but the following year fans were calling for him to resign after feeling badly let down by a "golden ticket" scheme that was supposed to lead to money being spent on players but ended up being used to clear debts.

The season ended up with high-court battles to stave off winding-up orders over unpaid taxes to HM Revenue & Customs, defeat to Blackpool in the play-off-final and Ridsdale handing control to Malaysian investors, including Tan.

Swansea continued to quietly go about their business and, in 2011, under the management of Brendan Rodgers, won promotion via the play-offs to win the race to become the first Welsh club to play in the Premier League.

For Cardiff, Tan's investment had solved the financial issues at a club that, in the words of the Cardiff director and former chairman Steve Borley, was "bouncing from one transfer window to another for survival".

But Tan's involvement also came at a price.

In the summer of 2012 he made the controversial decision to change the club's colours from blue to red. Hugely ambitious but with money to back it up, Tan put pressure on Malky Mackay to win promotion, which the Cardiff manager duly delivered.

By that stage, Michael Laudrup's Swansea side were on their way to a top-10 finish in the Premier League and, 10 years on from that do-or-die game against Hull, had claimed the first major trophy in their history, when they beat Bradford City in the Capital One Cup final in February to qualify for Europe.

It has been a remarkable journey for both clubs and one that nobody could have predicted when they were scrapping around at the bottom of the football pyramid 15 years ago.

Their renaissance has now provided the Premier League with its first match involving two clubs from outside England and presented Cardiff and Swansea with the chance to show a global television audience that the worst of enemies can put on a footballing spectacle.

"It's a fantastic achievement to have two teams in what is probably the best league in the world and it's really important both clubs put Wales in the best possible light," says Curtis.

"Between the two sets of fans there is going to be a fair amount of banter and, dare I say it, hatred.

"But I'm sure it will be nothing like the 80s. Both sets of supporters need to set the right standard, because the eyes of the world are upon us."

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Russian police detains extremist football fan - 02/11/2013

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Russian police detained a football fan carrying a Nazi flag in a recent match, the Russian Football Union said Saturday.

The match was held on Oct. 31 during a Russian Cup game between Shinnik Yaroslavl and Spartak Moscow in the city of Yaroslavl when a man ran out the field with the Nazi flag, Artur Grigoryants, head of the Russian Football Union's Control and Disciplinary Commission, told local media.

Since the football fan's affiliation with any fan group has not been determined, the Shinnik Yaroslavl has been held responsible for the behavior as the host party, said the official.

The violator's identity has not been verified. Once his identity has been determined, he could be held "criminally liable", Grigoryants said.

Some 40 others were also detained after brawls at the football match between Shinnik and Spartak.

During the game, a fan ran into the field and climbed over the barrier into the sector of Spartak fans. Some other fans broke plastic chairs and threw chairs at each other and policemen. The match was temporarily suspended and resumed later.

After the match, Spartak fans were accompanied by police to leave Yaroslavl in 12 buses and a special train.

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Germany: free fight - 02/11/2013

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Manchester United fan given ban after smoke bomb taken to Albion match - 02/11/2013

Source: http://www.expressandstar.com/

A football fan who brought a smoke bomb into The Hawthorns for Sir Alex Ferguson’s 5-5 farewell match has been handed a three-year football banning order.

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Manchester United supporter Matthew Barton admitted possessing a firework or flare at a sporting event on May 19. The 20-year-old had been due to stand trial, but changed his plea.

Vinny Bolina, spokesman for the Crown Prosecution Service, said: “The offence took place in a game between Manchester United and West Bromwich on May 19 – the last game of the season.

“The defendant was seen with it in his hand on CCTV and by stewards present. He was arrested and charged with possessing a firework or flare at a sporting event.” Barton, of Mell Stones, Chorlton Fold, Greater Manchester, was made subject to a three-year football banning order as well as being ordered to pay a £140 fine, court costs of £150, and a £20 statutory surcharge. The bench also made a forfeiture and destruction order for the smoke grenade.

Pc Martin Portman, from the Force Football Unit, welcomed the sentence.

He said: “It was a challenging match which resulted in a number of arrests of both home and away fans. Flares and fireworks at games are banned in the UK for a reason – they have the potential to cause harm and distress, and are a serious fire risk. Anyone found trying to smuggle in any pyrotechnic devices can expect lengthy football banning orders keeping them out of all British grounds and from travelling to matches abroad.”

Manchester United fan Karl Henson also received a three-year football banning order after he was found guilty of throwing a smoke grenade during the same game after a trial in October. He was also given an eight-week jail term, suspended for 12 months.

Henson, of Salford, Greater Manchester, was found guilty of possessing a smoke grenade at a sporting event, on May 19. He maintained he picked up the smoke grenade after someone else activated it. Albion’s senior licensee steward Patrick Cook however said he watched Henson holding the grenade in one hand, while both of them were above his head, before he threw the device. HGV driver Henson was ordered to pay £300 costs and an £80 victim surcharge.
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Scotland: Unruly football fans may have been caught on camera - 01/11/2013

Source: http://www.inverness-courier.co.uk/

Thirty football fans who threw cans of lager and jumped around on seats and tables in the rear carriage of the train to Inverness after the Ross County v Inverness Caledonian Thistle SPFL match last Friday 25th October may have been caught on camera.

British Transport Police are sifting through CCTV footage from the train following disorderly behaviour by supporters between 10.25pm and 11pm throughout the journey between Dingwall and Inverness.

The officer in charge of the investigation, Sergeant Kevin Lawrence, is appealing for anyone who was on the train and has information to come forward.

Sergeant Lawrence said: "Others on the train, who should be able to travel without encountering this sort of behaviour, have said they were disgusted by the actions of their fellow supporters. I would urge anyone who can assist the investigation to contact BTP as a matter of urgency."
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Crewe Alexandra - Bradford City - 02/11/2013

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

Police investigate after Bradford City fans subjected to fire tragedy abuse

Bradford City have received an apology from Crewe Alexandra after fans chanted distasteful songs about the 1985 Valley Parade fire disaster.

The chanting came early on in Saturday’s Sky Bet League One clash at Crewe’s Alexandra Stadium.

Numerous Bantams fans were enraged when a small section of home supporters behind one of the goals began singing songs about the tragedy which killed 56 people.

Some had to be restrained by police and stewards as their anger got the better of them, while others were visibly upset and had to move to another part of the touchline stand housing the 1,371 travelling City supporters.

It is not yet clear exactly what was sung, but some City fans told of other Bantams being in tears as a result of the chanting.

Telegraph & Argus sports reporter Ross Heppenstall, who was at the game, said he believed the chanting came from a group of about 20 youths, adding: “A small section of Crewe fans behind one goal chanted in reference to the Bradford fire and that enraged Bradford fans.

“Police and stewards did have to move in to calm things down.”

Crewe Alexandra took to social media website Twitter to say sorry. A statement said: “Crewe Alex and our loyal Supporters Association would like to apologise to the fans of Bradford for any offensive chanting from a small mindless section of our support."

Cheshire Police also took to Twitter to condemn the chanting. A statement said: “Over the coming days we will review the club CCTV footage and if we can identify any individual(s) responsible we will take positive action.”

A spokesman for Bradford City said: “We will be liaising closely with Crewe on this matter because this is certainly something that no football club want to see within football.”

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Serbia : FC Red Star - FC Partizan - 02/11/2013

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Major fight occured before the kick off at Belgrades suburb Umka, when acording to local media Delije placed an ambush for Grobari group Headhunters. 2 people we injured, one of which is in coma.  

Before the kick off missile exchange between Grobari fractions Zabranjeni (east) and Grobari 1970 (south).

Allegedly, couple of Grobari tried to invade the pitch and confront parachutists that descended the ground carrying Red Star flags.

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Red Star beat Partizan in troubled Belgrade derby

Early in the second half, Partizan fans hurled volleys of flares on to the athletics track and as the seats in their tier had been removed before the match for safety reasons, they used whatever flammable plastic objects they could get to start a huge fire on the durable concrete blocks.
Referee Milorad Mazic halted play for 10 minutes as the billowing smoke threatened to choke the 40,000 spectators at Red Star's Marakana stadium and two fire trucks were quickly deployed to restore some normality to the fixture, which has a long history of crowd trouble.
Red Star, whose fans also set off loud fireworks and lit dozens of flares before kickoff, dominated the match.

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Fulham FC - Manchester United - 02/11/2013

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England : Dawn raids target suspected hooligans - 04/11/2013

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POLICE have released the names of people who have been charged following disorder at the Bristol City versus Bristol Rovers match in September. In arguably their biggest crackdown on suspected football hooligans in Bristol, police mounted a series of dawn raids last week.

About 60 officers were up before sunrise to knock on the doors of those suspected of being involved in the violence and disorder which flared at Ashton Gate on September 4 or following the game.

Now the police have confirmed the names of those who have been charged with a range of offences including violent disorder, affray and public disorder offences.

A spokesman for Avon and Somerset police said: "We have charged 33 people in connection with disorder at the Bristol City versus Bristol Rovers match in September.

"They will appear at Bristol Magistrates' Court at special sessions later this month.

"During the Johnstone's Paint Trophy match between the two city football clubs on September 4 there was disorder immediately before the game and then during the match.

"At the end of the match there was a pitch invasion prompting mounted officers to assist colleagues and club stewards to clear the pitch."

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Brazil : Avaí FC - Figueirense FC - 03/11/2013

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In the second-division, the match between Avai and Figueirense in Florianopolis had to be briefly stopped because of a confrontation between fans and police, according to Brazilian media. Fans reportedly threw objects onto the field, but no one was seriously injured.

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Serbia - 04/11/2013

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After the Sunday derby rampage orginized by Delije and Grobari, Superleague Club Association decided to suspend stadiums of of both Red Star and Partizan FCs.
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CSKA fans arrested on flight to City clash - 04/11/2013

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Fans of CSKA Moscow flying from Russia to Manchester ahead of the Champions League clash with Manchester City were arrested in Copenhagen after their abusive behaviour forced the plane to make an emergency landing in Denmark, a report said on Monday.

Russia's Sport Express daily said in a report on its website that half a dozen CSKA fans were arrested by Danish police after the plane made an emergency landing at Copenhagen airport.

The plane later continued to Manchester but the flight attendants ordered the CSKA fans to remain in their seats at all times, the report added. It said three fans had been released but another three were still in Danish custody.

If confirmed, the incident would be the latest scandal involving CSKA fans after they racially abused Yaya Toure when the team hosted Manchester City in Moscow for the home leg.

Uefa have ruled CSKA must play their next home Champions League match in a partly closed stadium as punishment.

The report did not identify the airline involved but the only company offering direct flights from Moscow to Manchester is EasyJet.

Data on its website showed that Sunday's flight from Moscow EZY 1872 was "diverted to Copenhagen" and arrived in Manchester with a two-hour delay, although no reason was given.
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Serbia needs British model to crush hooliganism - 04/11/2013

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The Serbian government must follow in Britain's footsteps in preventing football hooliganism after yet another Belgrade derby was marred by fan violence, the Balkan country's senior sports official Nenad Borovcanin said.

Borovcanin, a former professional boxer, made his comments after fan riots before and during Saturday's clash between Red Star and bitter rivals Partizan.

"The response of the state must be strong like the one Britain made when they removed the fences and replaced them with severe punishment for all offenders," the 34-year old secretary of sport told state television RTS on Monday.

"If the authorities are consistent and willing to deal with this problem there is no chance that what we saw on Saturday will happen again, but the government must show that it's stronger than hooligans," he said.

The violent scenes that blighted English football in the 1970s and 1980s have largely been eradicated with the advent of all-seater stadia in the Premier League era.

Dozens of fans were arrested in the Serbian capital as rival supporters clashed on the outskirts of Belgrade before kickoff, while play was held up for 10 minutes in the second half after Partizan fans lit a massive bonfire in their section.

Seats in the south tier had been removed before the game for safety reasons but that did not stop Partizan fans from creating a billowing cloud of smoke which filled the stadium, after they used whatever flammable objects they could get to start the fire.

It was an all too familiar scene in a fixture which has a long history of crowd trouble, with Red Star supporters burning seats in Partizan's stadium and pelting their team bus with rocks before the game in May, when 92 fans were arrested after they also fought running battles in the city.

In 1999, a Red Star supporter was killed by a propelled flare launched from Partizan's end into the away fans section.

PAINSTAKING TRANSITION

Government leniency and lack of initiative to crush hooliganism has also encouraged Serbian fans to export their violence during the country's painstaking political and economic transition following the ouster of late strongman Slobodan Milosevic in October 2000.

Serbia's Euro 2012 qualifier against Italy in Genoa was abandoned after just seven minutes in October 2010, when Serbian fans hurled dozens of flares on to the pitch.

The Red Star ultras among the contingent also attacked their own team bus before kick off and assaulted goalkeeper Vladimir Stojkovic, a former Red Star player who moved to bitter foes Partizan in 2010.

Earlier this season, a Partizan fan tore the captain's armband off the sleeve of striker Marko Scepovic, who has since moved to Olympiakos Piraeus, while the die-hard Red Star section ordered the players to hand over their jerseys after a 1-0 defeat at neighbours Vozdovac.

"Club and government officials involved in sports must show a true commitment in dealing with the issue and their action must be strong and decisive in order to deter the leaders of die-hard fan sections from carrying on with the incidents," said Borovcanin.

"Slaps on the wrist won't do because that only encourages the ringleaders, who must be isolated from true fans."

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England : Seven fans handed banning orders totaling more than 30 years - 05/11/2013

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

Six pleaded guilty to charges around the displaying of offensive banners, while another admits an assault charge

Seven fans were banned for a total of 30 years from football matches after trouble at the Wrexham versus Chester derby earlier this season.

A police operation was launched to track down the culprits, after the anger erupted between supporters at the Racecourse match on August 31, which Wrexham lost 2-0.

Thirteen people were arrested in connection with a number of offences including the displaying of offensive banners and assaults.

One banner said “2 dead fans and 1 dead club”.

The 13 were at Wrexham Magistrates on Tuesday. Seven of them pleaded guilty to a variety of public order offences including handling the banner and making hanging gestures in reference to a Chester fan who died.

CCTV footage was shown of the defendants in the crowd as tensions boiled over in the stands and Chester fans became increasingly upset by the banners.

The court heard police were becoming concerned it was starting to get violent.

Tomos Owain Roberts, Dean Pleavin, Jake Anthony Hughes, Christopher James West, Aidan Brannan and Craig Miller, all pleaded guilty to displaying “writing/sign/visible representation with intent to cause harrasment/alarm or distress”.

Roberts, 23, of Chester Road, Wrexham, was making hanging gestures, shouting abuse and handling an offensive banner, the court heard.

District Judge Andrew Shaw gave him a five year Football Banning Order, a six weeks night time curfew between 9pm-6am, £85 costs and a £60 victim surcharge.

As he sentenced him Judge Shaw said: “You were one of a number of offenders making light of somebody’s death. It was crass stupidity and grossly offensive.”

Pleavin 22, of Meadow Lea, Wrexham, was also making hanging gestures towards the Chester fans.

He was handed a three year Football Banning Order, a £110 fine, £20 victim surcharge, and £85 costs.

Hughes, 21, of Trevanna Way, Wrexham, had wrapped a yellow hose pipe around his neck to simulate hanging which was directed towards the Chester fans.

He received a three year Football Banning Order, was fined £275, with a £25 victim surcharge, and £85 costs.

West, 24, of Mountain View, Brymbo, Wrexham, was also seen handling the banner and making hanging gestures towards the Chester fans.

Judge Shaw gave him a five year Football Banning Order, a five month night time curfew running from Friday to Sunday between 9pm-4am, with £85 costs, and a £60 victim surcharge.

Brannan, 21, of Hen Blas, Mold, also handled the banner and threw a flare onto the Racecourse pitch before the game started, the court heard.

He was given a four year Football Banning Order, a four week night time curfew between 9.30pm-5am, with £85 costs, and a £60 victim surcharge.

Miller, 30, of Churton Drive Caia Park, Wrexham, was also seen handling the banner and making hanging gestures and had already had a Football Banning Order the court heard.

Judge Shaw handed him a fresh five year Football Banning Order, a six months night time curfew from Friday to Sunday running from 9pm to 4am with £85 costs, and a £60 victim surcharge.

Mark Stephens, 22, of Willmore Grove, Birmingham, pleaded guilty to assault by beating after pushing a steward, Artan Hasaj, at the match.

He was given a five year Football Banning Order, a 12 months community order to carry out 200 hours unpaid work, with a £60 victim surcharge and £85 costs. He was also ordered to pay £50 compensation to the steward.

Solicitors representing the defendants said they knew they had behaved stupidly and were remorseful for their actions.

Four others are pleading not guilty to a charge of displaying: “writing/sign/visible representation with intent to cause harrasment/alarm or distress”.

They are Matthew Gareth Duncan, 21, of Trevenna Way, Wrexham, Tomos Bleddyn Futcher, 24, of Corkscrew Lane, Ruabon, Wrexham, Gareth Craig Higgins, 27, of Heol Dirion, Coedpoeth, Wrexham, and Tom Charles Rowlands, 19, of Cae Delyn, Caerwys, Mold.

James Gruffydd Jones, 25, of Cristionydd, Penycae, Wrexham, is pleading guilty to “display any writing/sign/visible representation with intent to cause harrasment/alarm or distress”, but not guilty to the assault by beating of Artan Hasaj.

Alan Gruffydd Jones, 48, of Eighth Avenue, Llay, Wrexham, is pleading not guilty to the assault by beating, of Artan Hasaj.

Their cases will be heard at Wrexham Magistrates on December 17.

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Ajax Amsterdam - Celtic Glasgow - 05/11/2013

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Nine Ajax fans arrested after pub attack on Celtic supporters

A group of Celtic fans were attacked by masked Ajax supporters in Amsterdam.

The incident occurred in the Old Sailor Cafe in the city’s "red light district" on Tuesday night ahead of the Champions League tie between the two sides on Wednesday.

It followed on from trouble involving Dutch fans during the first game between the pair in Glasgow two weeks ago.

Amsterdam Police confirmed nine Ajax supporters had been arrested in connection with the incident.

A force spokesman said: "A group of Ajax supporters went into a pub with Celtic supporters. After a short and quick attack, the Ajax fans left. Nine of them were arrested and are still in police custody. Today we will do anything to keep the groups separated."

Amsterdam TV station AT5 reported around 50 Celtic fans were in the pub in Oudezijds Achterburgwal, when the "very intense" incident took place.

It stated an eyewitness said the masked attackers were shouting "Amsterdam hooligans" during the incident, before they left the premises a short time later.

Broken windows were visible at the bar on Wednesday morning, which was closed for business as staff attempted to repair the damage.

A police officer told STV News that there were no other reports of football related violence in the city overnight but that authorities were on standby to deal with any potential problems.

No one was injured in the incident, while officers remained at the scene of the incident on Wednesday. Amsterdam Police escorted the Celtic fans from the area after the attack.

The club posted a statement on its website warning travelling fans to be vigilant.

It read: "Celtic Football Club is urging all supporters in Amsterdam for tonight’s UEFA Champions League tie with Ajax to be extra vigilant following an unprovoked attack on Celtic fans last night.

"The attack in the city centre by an element of the Ajax support resulted in a number of arrests.

"Celtic are urging all supporters to be extra vigilant in the city centre and at the Amsterdam Arena, and to only stick to the advised areas for safety reasons."

UEFA will hold a hearing over Ajax fan disorder later this month relating to the first game between the two, after the Dutch supporters ripped up seats and damaged Celtic's stadium.

Police Scotland did not make any arrests at the game, which Celtic won 2-1, but said it was reviewing CCTV footage and liaising with their Dutch counterparts to identify those Ajax fans involved in the disorder.

The British Transport Police arrested two Dutch football fans on the eve of the match after alleged disorder in Glasgow Central Train Station.



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'Celtic fans arrested' in Amsterdam before Champions League defeat to Ajax

Celtic's Champions League trip to Ajax was marred by a clash between supporters and police in the centre of Amsterdam before kick-off, following which 15 fans have been arrested.
Amsterdam Police said that fans armed with bottles and sticks attacked plain-clothed police in an incident described as 'coming out of nowhere'.
Eight police officers were injured with one knocked unconscious following the fighting in Dam Square, in the city centre.
Police said the majority of those arrested were Celtic fans, although it is believed that supporters from other clubs were also involved.
'At the end of the afternoon a large group of Celtic supporters attacked police officers in plain clothes,' a spokesman said.
'Eight were injured and one was knocked unconscious.
'A few of them had broken noses and needed stitches above their eyebrows and on their lips.
'Bottles and sticks were used in the attack which came out of nowhere.
'There were 15 arrests, mostly Celtic supporters.'
Amsterdam Police said it expected the number of 15 arrests to rise during the night and that a final figures would be 'high'.
It is thought that fans from other European clubs were involved, although police said they 'had kept themselves covered'.
Celtic supporters had been urged by the club to be careful after an attack on Hoops supporters in a city-centre bar on Tuesday night.
Thousands of Celtic supporters flooded into Holland for the Group H game at the Amsterdam ArenA.
A statement on the Celtic website said: 'Celtic Football Club is urging all supporters in Amsterdam for tonight's UEFA Champions League tie with Ajax to be extra vigilant following an unprovoked attack on Celtic fans last night
'The attack in the city centre by an element of the Ajax support resulted in a number of arrests.
'Celtic are urging all supporters to be extra vigilant in the city centre and at the Amsterdam ArenA, and to only stick to the advised areas for safety reasons.'
At the pre-match media conference on Tuesday afternoon, Ajax coach Frank De Boer expressed hope that the tiny percentage of fans he describes as "crazy" would not disrupt the game.

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Ajax-Celtic disorder: Dutch police arrest 44 people

Dutch Police have arrested 44 people - 28 of them Scots - after violence flared in Amsterdam before Celtic's Champions League game against Ajax.

It is understood that 18 Scots are still in custody in the Dutch capital.

Dutch Police said eight officers were hurt after being attacked with bottles and sticks by Celtic fans.

Police Scotland said they were aware of disorder in Amsterdam and would work with Dutch Police to identify anyone involved in the trouble.

On Wednesday night, Dutch police said a number of people had been arrested following incidents of disorder in Amsterdam, particularly in Dam Square, where Celtic fans had gathered.

'Knocked unconscious'
A Dutch police spokesman said: "At the end of the afternoon a large group of Celtic supporters attacked police officers in plain clothes.

"Eight were injured and one was knocked unconscious. A few of them had broken noses and needed stitches above their eyebrows and on their lips.

"Bottles and sticks were used in the attack which came out of nowhere."

A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: "As is normal practice during international tournaments, Police Scotland has deployed officers to Amsterdam for the Ajax v Celtic match, and we have been working closely with Dutch police and authorities in relation to security at this fixture.

"We have been made aware of some disorder in Amsterdam... with a number of Celtic fans having been arrested.

"We will continue to work with our Dutch colleagues to identify anyone responsible for carrying out acts of disorder."

'Extra vigilant'
Before the Champions League game, which Celtic lost 1-0, the Scottish club urged its fans to be "extra vigilant" after a group of supporters were attacked in a city centre bar.

It was reported that about 50 Celtic fans were in the Old Sailor Cafe in Amsterdam when they were attacked by a group of hooded men on Tuesday night.

There were no serious injuries and a number of people were arrested.

The attack followed trouble last month when a group of Ajax fans ripped up and threw seats at police and home fans as the teams played in Glasgow.

Uefa opened disciplinary proceedings against the Dutch club after the clashes with police and stewards at Parkhead, during a match which the home side won 2-1.

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France : Valenciennes fans at training session - 01/11/2013

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About a hundred Valenciennes fans showed their anger following the last results of their team, using firecrackers and detonators.

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Preußen Münster  - Hansa Rostock - 01/11/2013

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Before the game, eight Rostock supporters, from 17 to 35 years old, were arrested with firecrackers inside their cars.
But they also used a lot of them inside the stadium.

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Germany: SC Paderborn 07 - FC Ingolstadt - 01/11/2013

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Before the game, 30 to 40 Paderborn supporters attacked a bus of away fans.
Police intervened but was pelted with missiles like detonators.
One policeman was wounded.
Eleven fans were arrested.

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FC Twente - NEC Nijmegen - 02/10/2013

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Close to the city of De Lutte, police stopped a bus with 36 NEC hardcore inside it.
No one with NEC clothes but for police, no doubt, these were troublemakers who had the idea to reach Enschede.
But these supporters said they were there to visit the area.
Police found firecrackers and a few drugs inside the bus.

The night before the game, 20 NEC hooligans were  visited at home by police to hear it could be a bad idea to visit the Twente game.

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Poland : Arka Gdynia - Chojniczanka Chojnice - 02/11/2013

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199 seats were ripped off by away supporters who also damaged toilets of their stand.

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Belgium : Bruges supporters at the training session - 02/11/2013

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It was 11am when a group of about 150 Club supporters forced the entrance of the training ground which was given without spectators due to the last results.

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Germany: Alemannia Aachen - Rot-Weiss Oberhausen - 02/11/2013

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After the defeat, Aachen supporters punched their own goalkeeper, Frederic Lohe so police intervened.
Before the end of the game, troubles broke out in the terraces.

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Belgium : Sprimont - La Louvière - 02/11/2013

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About sixty Standard Liège supporters provoked a huge fight, attacking about thirty La Louvière fans.
Two policemen were wounded, including one by pepper spray, during these troubles which broke out at the entrance of the stadium.
Damages were caused.

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