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Thug barred from football grounds over abuse - 02/07/2008

Source : Evening Chronicle

HE ORCHESTRATED a bloody battle between rival football crowds.

Jason Jameson was one of three hooligans jailed after masterminding a mass brawl between Newcastle and Sunderland fans at the North Shields ferry landing in 2000.

Now the 39-year-old has been banned from all football grounds for five years after swearing at a police officer during the last game of the season.

Jameson played a central role in organising the North Shields violence eight years ago, which police described as being like a scene from the film Braveheart.

Police were alerted by fearful locals who watched the Tyne-Wear combat from their homes and when officers arrived, a trail of blood led them to the battleground.

After a £1m probe and court case, 15 of the 35 men arrested received jail terms.

Sunderland fan Jameson was locked up for four years for conspiracy to cause violent disorder, along with Toon hooligan Graham Russell, of Cullercoats.

Russell’s “lieutenant”, Falklands War vet John Sharp, of Seaton Sluice, was also identified as a key player and received an 18-month sentence for the same offence.

Oil rig worker Jameson, of Maud Street, Sunderland, was never hit with a footballing banning order and started going to Black Cats games again after he was released from prison.

But he was arrested at the Stadium of Light for swearing at a police officer as the Wearsiders took on Arsenal on May 11 this year.

He was charged with disorderly conduct and appeared before Sunderland Magistrates’ Court, where he was convicted of the offence and fined £100.

But he was also hit with a five-year stadium ban, preventing him from going to any organised game and barring him from any town or city where Sunderland are playing.

The passing of the order is a success for Northumbria Police’s football intelligence unit, which has worked for years to disrupt the activities of those involved in organised football violence.

Sgt Glenn Patterson, of the unit, said: “This case shows we will always take a hard line on any form of violence or disorder at football matches in the Northumbria Police area.”

Earlier this week, we told how Toon fan Tony Heslop, 18, was given a three-year banning order after throwing a bottle at Manchester Untied player Cristiano Ronaldo.

Heslop, of Killingworth, was trapped by DNA he left on the bottle, which was matched to a sample given when he was cautioned for an offence of taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent while he was a youth.


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Police to tap football hooligans’ phones - 02/07/2008

Source : DutchNews.nl

The police are to be given extra powers to tap football hooligans’ telephones in an effort to head off violent confrontations, justice minister Ernst Hirsch Ballin has told parliament.

Battles between groups of hooligans are often organised at the last minute and by listening in, police will be able to intervene in time, the minister said.

The Netherlands sanctioned nearly 12,500 telephone taps last year, making it the most tapped country in the world.
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Four year ban as fan escapes jail - 01/07/2008

Source : expressandstar.com

A football hooligan has been banned from matches for a second time for yelling abuse during a clash between rival fans outside a Black Country railway station.

Daniel Eric Holmes, aged 22, narrowly avoided a jail term at Walsall Magistrates for his part in a fracas outside Tamebridge Parkway station. District Judge Mr Michael Morris told him: “The only reason I am not going to send you to prison today is because you had the courage to plead guilty.”

Holmes admitted one charge of threatening behaviour following the clash last November between Walsall and Shrewsbury Town supporters ahead of a FA Cup game.

Seventeen fans were arrested in dawn raids by police for their part in the fight, and Holmes was brought before the court yesterday to hear his fate.

Mrs Sheila Hicklin, defending, said that Holmes was going to visit his mother when he was caught up in the melee, but he was spotted by officers checking closed circuit television.

The court heard that he was previously banned from attending football games in October 2004.

She said that Holmes, who is unemployed, had been shouting abuse and had not been involved in any violence. Holmes, of Carrington Road, Friar Park, Wednesbury, was banned from attending matches for four years, ordered to carry out 180 hours of unpaid work and given a 12-month Community Order with probation supervision.

Thirteen of the fans charged following the incident were from Shrewsbury.

Another Walsall fan Karl Varden, 21, of Keir Road, Friar Park, Wednesbury, was banned for three years from every ground in the country for his part in the clashes last month.

He admitted an offence causing fear or unlawful violence through his behaviour.

He was also sentenced to 120 hours community service with £60 costs.
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Police hunt hooligans involved in Boro match violence - 04/07/2008

Source : Evening Gazette

Cleveland Police have released photographs of 20 Manchester City fans wanted in connection with alleged violence at a Boro home match.

The City fans are said to have been involved in a stand-off with police following their team’s 8-1 defeat by Boro at the Riverside on Sunday, May 11.

The City supporters are alleged to have ripped out seats and been involved in fighting after the record thrashing, which proved to be the team’s last with ex-England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson in charge.

Cleveland Police said the post-match violence resulted in several assaults on police officers and criminal damage by the visiting supporters.
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Riots opposed Torcida and BBB - 02/07/2008

Source : jutarnji.hr (thanks to the sender)

Fights took place between old arch-rivals from Torcida (Hajduk Split) and BBB (Dinamo Zagreb).
About 70 on each side fought together as they came back from friendly games played in Slovenia.
Police restored order using pepper sprays.
24 people were arrested.

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Football fan dies in Spain's Euro 2008 celebrations - 01/07/2008

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

Spain’s Euro 2008 football victory party turned sour when one fan died and nearly 100 suffered injuries amid wild celebrations in Madrid.

The victim, a 40-year-old man, was found lying in a pool of blood by street cleaners at dawn yesterday in the centre of the capital. There was no indication of foul play and police said that the fan, wearing the red shirt of the Spanish team, probably suffered a head wound after falling over in the crowd while inebriated.

After the national team had broken a 44-year spell without a top football title on Sunday night, Spaniards took to the streets in raucous celebrations that lasted well into the following day, causing tens of thousands to stay off work. Wrapped in Spanish flags or dressed as bullfighters, revellers let off fireworks and honked car horns.

Police tried to stop fans from jumping into the Cibeles fountain, the traditional — and now banned — way to celebrate a football victory, and made baton charges to break up isolated rioting in the capital.

More than 50 supporters were arrested for acts of vandalism and public disorder, police said. Most trouble occurred around Plaza Colón, where 65,000 fans watched the match on giant screens.

Throughout the day Spanish fans gathered in the Plaza Colón to await the arrival from Vienna of the team, praised by the Spanish media as the best in the country’s history.

“Our team has been crowned at the pinnacle of European football with a generation of young footballers without hang-ups who have swept away the curses of the past and herald a new era,” the Madrid daily El País said. The team set the pace for the celebrations, emerging from their dressing room after the match in their briefs, dancing wildly, showering a Spanish television presenter with champagne and ripping open his shirt.

The King of Spain also emerged from the dressing room to express his elation.

“I am happy for the lads, for the team, for Spain,” King Juan Carlos said. “We have suffered, but in the end it was worth it.”

Media commentators said that Spain had finally buried its reputation as football’s perennial underachievers. As with everything in Spain, however, the football team’s victory immediately fed into the country’s fractious political scene.

The Prime Minster, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, looked ecstatic and relieved as he emerged from Vienna’s stadium after the win.

He had defied an internet campaign by right-wing critics who had called on him not to attend the final because he is supposed to bring bad luck.
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FC Wil - FC Basel - 28/06/2008

Source : Schaffhauser Nachrichten

63 Basel fans arrested on a train.

Supporters, aged from 15 to 31 years old, were arrested and released in Zurich train train station, due to damaged and troubles on their train.
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Dutch Justice Minister takes stricter measures against footbal hooligans - 02/07/2008

Source: http://english.justitie.nl

Dutch Justice Minister Ernst Hirsch Ballin wants to amend the law to tackle acts of violence in public places from football hooligans more effectively. In some cases, the police do have information that groups of football supporters want to meet each other but have no insight into the time and place of the intended violent meeting. The use of investigative powers in an earlier stage would make it possible to anticipate and prevent violent clashes between football hooligans, according to a letter that the Minister submitted to the Lower House of Parliament.

‘I attach great importance to the fact that, when the police have information that acts of violence in public places are planned, it should be possible to detect these activities in time, thereby preventing acts of violence and allowing the instigators to be punished,’ the Justice Minister said.

Current legislation only offers limited possibilities to prevent violent meetings of football hooligans in particular, let alone punish the instigators. Prosecution for attempting to instigate violence may for instance justify the use of telephone tapping when tackling football hooligans but not in all cases. The Justice Minister therefore wants to strengthen the criminal approach. Intentional incitement to violence against individuals or property constitutes reprehensible and punishable behaviour. If football hooligans use mobile phones and other means of communication to inform each other on the time and place to commit offences, targeted criminal sanctions should provide a suitable solution. The Minister will consult with the Public Prosecution Service (OM) on this and take a final decision after the Dutch Parliament’s summer recess.
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Following Rhyl - Bohemians game - 03/07/2008

Source: http://icnorthwales.icnetwork.co.uk

Riot cops crack down on Euro clash hooligans

Jul 3 2008

by Kevin Hughes, Wrexham Mail

HOOLIGANS connected to Wrexham FC travelled to Rhyl to battle fans from Irish club Bohemians before the kick-off of a European game.

The trouble came before the Dublin side’s Intertoto Cup second leg match against Rhyl FC on Saturday.

Police made 16 arrests as they swooped to quell the problems in and around the Queen’s Shopping Centre and on the High Street.

The meet-up, between around 40 rival fans, was apparently pre-arranged on the internet and stunned shoppers on the busy street.

Prior to the match, police had asked pubs to stay shut after the game following information about potential trouble.

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Police turn to fans to help catch hooligans - 09/07/2008

Source : The Northern Echo

MIDDLESBROUGH supporters are urged to come forward with information that could land more hooligans in court.

Police investigating the post-match incident have released photographs of the suspects believed to have been involved in the violence who may come from the Manchester, Derby or Birmingham regions.

Away fans turned violent towards the end of the match at the Riverside when Manchester City were thrashed 8-1 on Sunday, May 11.

Seven people were arrested following the rampage in the lower area of the south stand at about 5.45pm when they turned on police and ripped out seats.

A police spokeswoman said today: "At 5.45pm the group of Manchester City supporters confronted police in a stand-off.

"They assaulted police officers and ripped out seats. Others joined in the fracas and while no officer sustained major injuries police are keen to identify those responsible."

Seven of the men have been arrested and will be appearing at court in Middlesbrough later this month.

A 39 and a 43-year-old man have been charged with affray and a 42, 28 and 18-year-old with public order offences and all will be appearing at Teesside Magistrates' Court.

Two 17-year-old youngsters have also been charged with public order offences and will appear before Teesside Youth Court.

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Hooligans injure police and damage stadium in rampage - 11/07/2008

Source : Cyprus Mail

A GANG of 30 youths vandalised AEL’s training field, next to Tsirion stadium in Limassol, and wounded three police officers who had arrived at the scene to control the situation.

The incidents occurred on Wednesday at approximately 6pm, while Apollonas football team was training at their team’s field, also next to Tsirion. While the training was going on, a group of 30 fans left the field and moved towards AEL’s training field.

The group set fire to bushes lining the field, threw various items, including rocks inside the field, and defaced walls with offensive slogans. The vandals also tried to set fire to the field’s wooden seating area, but managed to cause only minor damage.

The fire brigade was called and the police were alerted. When police officers arrived, they tried to stop the violence from escalating but were attacked by the group of men, who started throwing stones at them. As a result two police officers were wounded.

A 22-year-old man who was with the gang was then seen breaking the window of a police vehicle and throwing a lit torch inside.

An officer managed to remove the torch, which had already damaged the back seat of the car and burned his hand in his efforts. The man as well as the rest of the group managed to flee.

The three wounded police officers were taken to Limassol General Hospital, where they received first aid and then released.

An arrest warrant was issued against the 22-year-old, while police are also trying to identify the rest of the gang.
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Cardiff City - Merthyr Tydfil (Friendly) - 12/07/2008

Source : WalesOnline

Police arrest fans

SIX football fans were arrested in clashes during and after Cardiff City’s pre-season friendly against Merthyr Tydfil.

South Wales Police said the arrests were for “minor public order offences” and windows were smashed at Merthyr’s Wyndham Arms hotel on Glebeland Street yesterday.

It is believed that the fans arrested were supporters of both Cardiff and Merthyr.

A police spokesman said the crowd dispersed into pubs after the 2pm game at Merthyr’s Penydarren Park.

Speaking last night, he said: “We’ve still got a police presence to make sure we don’t have any more disturbances but it seems to be quieter now.”
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FC Basel - Borussia Dortmund - Tournament played in Granges - 12/07/2008

Source : Goal.com + Bild.de + n-tv.de

Swiss side FC Basel eventually won the tournament, securing victory after a 2-2 draw with Dortmund. However, the match was marred by both sets of spectators apparently pelting the pitch with missiles, to such an extent that the game was almost abandoned.

Speaking to the newspaper, Bild am Sonntag, Klopp admitted: "We gave a very good account of ourselves here on the pitch. But the reaction of our fans was embarrassing."

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POLICE IDENTIFY NEW GANG OF FOOTBALL HOOLIGANS - 14/07/2008

Source : Lincolnshire Echo

A third gang of Lincoln City football hooligans has been identified by police.

The Lincoln City Casuals is the latest group identified with the club following the Lincoln Transit Elite (LTE) and the Lincoln Youth Element (LYE).

But Lincoln City club officials say they are not expecting any trouble in the new season.

The group came to prominence during Lincoln City's League Two fixture with Dagenham and Redbridge at Sincil Bank in January.

Hooligans arrested at the match were prosecuted for violence described in Lincoln Crown Court as a day "that shamed the city of Lincoln".

Lincoln City football liaison officer PC Dave Ginn said the Grimsby Town game at Lincoln on August 30 was the only game identified with the potential for trouble, at a pre-season meeting with club officials.

"They are a group of wannabes," he said.

"They are a group we monitored last season and they now know the ground rules."

Lincoln City chief executive Dave Roberts said trouble at Sincil Bank was almost non-existent last season and the Lincoln City Casuals were quickly dealt with.

"It was only for a couple of games and we quickly stamped on it," he said.

Six-year football banning orders given to four hooligans after violence against York City fans in April 2003 will be reviewed by police in February 2009.

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SV Kapfenberg - FK Austria Wien - 13/07/2008

Source : ORF.at

Austria supporters provoked troubles at the end of the game.
Police forces made several arrests after they were pelted by bricks.
Ten policemen were injured.
Austria fans were escorted back to the train station.

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A fight opposed Heereveen and Cambuur supporters - 11/07/2008

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Friday night, police forces made an intervention as a fight opposed Heereveen and Cambuur Leeuwarden supporters.
It seems both groups planned an off in the city of Serhuisterveen, where Heerenveen played.
About 40 Cambuur fans were escorted back.
Their team played in Kootstertille.
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FC Zwolle - FC Twente - Friendly game - 12/07/2008

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Troubles occured, opposing supporters from both teams.
A local fan was injured.

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Elfsborg IF - Hibernian FC - Intertoto Cup - 12/07/2008

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It seems an Hib lad was seriously injured Saturday night.
Not during a fight with a local mob but with bouncers.
He was injured by a cosh.
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City police in hooligan crackdown - 15/07/2008

Source : Plymouth Evening Herald

POLICE are to crack down on football hooligans and 'rampaging' youths with wide-ranging new dispersal orders.
The measures, giving police greater power to break up groups of people, cover large areas in and around Home Park, the city centre, Union Street and the Barbican.
City councillors approved the orders this week following a request from police.
Designed to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour, they are due to come into effect next month.
Cllr Peter Brookshaw, cabinet member for safer and stronger communities, said: “Dispersal orders have proved extremely effective in the past.
“The dispersal powers relating to Home Park enable the police to prevent large groups of potential troublemakers loitering around the ground with the sole aim of clashing with rival fans.
“And in the city centre these police powers are powerful tools in terms of combating the problems of boy racers in car parks and large groups of youths rampaging through busy shopping areas, intimidating retailers and members of the public.”
Dispersal orders give police powers to instruct groups of two or more people to leave a public place if they are causing trouble.
The order covering the Argyle stadium and surrounding areas will be in place from August 9 to January 31 2009, from 8am until midnight.
The order covering the city centre, Union Street and the Barbican will be in place round the clock from August 8 to January 1, 2009.
Dispersal orders for the Argyle home ground have been used nine times since September 2004. The powers have been granted on two previous occasions for the city centre, Union Street and the Barbican.
The Argyle order covers the area bounded by streets including Weston Park Road, Hyde Park Road, Mutley Plain, North Hill, North Road East to North Cross Roundabout, Saltash Road, Pennycomequick Roundabout, Alma Road, Wolseley Road, Beaconfield Road, Montpelier Road, Langstone Road, Ham Drive and Outland Road.
The order for the city centre, Union Street and the Barbican covers a range of streets including Notte Street, The Crescent, Millbay Road, Manor Street, Stoke Road, North Road West, Saltash Road, Cobourg Street, Exeter Street, Bretonside, Sutton Harbour Marina and Phoenix Wharf.
The orders are subject to call in by scrutiny.
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Lokomotiv Plovdiv - Lokomotiv Sofia - 16/07/2008

Source : FOCUS News Agency + sportal.bg

The match had been stopped in the 5th minute because of an incident. 30 people had burst into the stadium and began to beat Lokomotiv Plovdiv fans.

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Burton Albion - Derby County (friendly) - 16/07/2008

Source : Derby Evening Telegraph

THREE people were arrested after violence flared during a pre-season friendly between Burton Albion and Derby County last night.

A number of supporters were also ejected from Burton's Pirelli Stadium during the match.
Police said the trouble involved a small minority of Derby supporters who clashed with a group of their own fans.
Police stressed that Burton Albion fans were not involved.
Two youths aged 15 and one aged 16, from the Chaddesden and Oakwood areas of Derby, were arrested for offences of public disorder and assaulting a police officer.
Chief Inspector Phil Fortun of Staffordshire police said he was disappointed by the behaviour of the small minority of so-called fans.
He said Staffordshire Police were liaising with colleagues from Derbyshire and further arrests may follow.
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NK Maribor (Slovenia) - Vinković (Croatia) - 16/07/2008

Source : www.net.hr (Thanks to the sender !)

Viole Maribor v Vinković lads. 5 Vinković supporters were injured.

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Fluminense (Brazil) - Liga de Quito (Ecuador) - Copa Libertadores - 03/07/2008

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Supporters without tickets caused troubles with police forces in front of the gates of Maracana stadium.
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SK Sturm - Rapid Wien - 08/07/2008

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Severe troubles occured, opposing rival fans, at the end of the game.
Police forces made an intervention. No arrests.
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