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Train riot by Napoli fans mars Italian football season opening - 01/09/2008

Source : The Canadian Press

Government and sports officials reacted with outrage Monday after the opening weekend of the Italian football season was marred by Napoli fans rioting on a train to Rome.

A group of several hundred Napoli supporters launched firecrackers, broke windows, slashed seats open and committed US$730,000 worth of damage to the train Sunday, Italian media reported.

At least four railway workers were injured, reports said, and more violence erupted when the train reached Rome for the AS Roma-Napoli game, which ended 1-1.

Italian football federation president Giancarlo Abete called for serious measures "against these delinquents who ruin the image of football on a national and international level."

"It's unthinkable that people light stations on fire and instill fear in people," Abete told RAI state radio. "Football is not represented by these people."

Rome police said that five people were arrested near the stadium - three Roma supporters and two Napoli fans.

Also, 20 buses set aside to transport Napoli fans from the Rome station to Stadio Olimpico were hit with US$88,000 worth of damage, Rome's transport agency announced, adding that it was considering a lawsuit against the fans.

After barring visiting fans from high-risk games throughout last season, authorities attempted to be more lenient at the start of this season, and Napoli supporters were allowed to attend the game in Rome.

Napoli fans may now be barred from all away games for the rest of the season.

"Whoever erred will pay," Domenico Mazzilli, the new president of the government's watchdog agency for security at sports events, said in Rome daily Il Messaggero. "We will view all the tapes, evaluate the reports and those responsible will be punished."

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'Root out thugs' says FIGC

Italian authorities on Monday vowed to root out hooligans after a rampage by travelling Napoli fans marred the first day of the Serie A season.

''We must root out these gangs of thugs who are polluting our sport,'' said Italian Soccer Federation President Luigi Abete after a day of violence that left a train wrecked and thousands of euros of damage to stations in Naples and Rome.

Italian security police are looking at CCTV footage of the riot at Naples station that forced passengers to make way for fans travelling to the Roma-Napoli game. Interior Minister Undersecretary Alfredo Mantovano called for the ''utmost severity'' in applying new stricter norms.

As well as stadium bans, hooligans now face criminal charges that can lead to jail terms.

Napoli fans could face a travel ban for the rest of the season.

Last season they had two early travel bans, which they partly ignored, but were taken off a blacklist for good behaviour at later games.

The parliamentary opposition on Monday criticised the police for not ''nipping the situation in the bud'' but also called for faster moves to hand over policing to clubs.

''Do we have to wait for another death for proper action to be taken,'' said centre-left Senator Stefano Pedica, recalling that two people, a Sicilian police officer and a Roma fan, were killed last year. Police unions called for organised fan clubs to be disbanded and clubs to be fined for incidents of hooliganism.

Naples police chief Antonino Puglisi, who has been criticised for allowing the Napoli fans to leave, was asked to draw up a report for Interior Minister Roberto Maroni. Monday's papers were full of accounts from dozens of passengers forced to get off an Intercity train to accommodate a spillover of fans from a special convoy.

''We felt trapped in a nightmare, at the mercy of those beasts,'' travellers told Rome daily La Repubblica, which spoke to victims including families returning from their summer holidays and a mother who was taking her seriously ill son to hospital.

The riot, in which four railway employees were left bruised, was sparked when some 200 of 1,300 fans couldn't get onto a special convoy. They threw a fit when they realised they might be late for the game and started damaging property, threatening to wreck the station unless another train was laid on.

This was when it was decided to put them on the Intercity, but station managers waited for the situation to calm down before allowing the train to leave. The Intercity eventually arrived in Rome when the game had already started, prompting the fans to let off smoke bombs and leave a trail of damage at Termini Station too.

They went on to wreck 20 out of 39 buses laid on to take them to the Olympic Stadium.

The total damage in Rome was estimated at 60,000 euros.

Damage to the special train was estimated at half a million euros.

Five people - two Roma fans, two Napoli fans and a ticket tout - were arrested at the stadium. They were released on bail Monday.

No arrests have been made in connection with the vandalism.

Soccer authorities decided to authorise special trains again this season after they were suspended following years of damage.

In part, the decision was taken because of a spate of violence between rival fans travelling to matches on their own - especially at motorway service stations.

The fan who died last year was killed by a police officer after a scuffle at a service station.

Sunday's incidents came despite a recent deployment of troops to major cities as part of the centre-right government's crime crackdown.

Termini is one of the sites in the capital where a small troop detachment has appeared.

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Italy to impose "drastic" measures to combat football violence - 02/09/2008

Source : m&c.com

The Italian government is to impose 'drastic' measures in a crackdown on football hooligans following rioting on the first weekend of the season.

'We will take drastic decisions and ban fans from some clubs from travelling to away games,' Interior Minister Roberto Maroni told a special meeting of the security commission on Tuesday.

The Italian football federation (FIGC) has also called for tougher measures to deal with fan violence.

'Football is not represented by these criminals and we hope that certain people will never get into a stadium again,' FIGC president Giancarlo Abete had said Monday.

Italy national team coach Marcello Lippi said authorities had been right to give fans a chance by not imposing travel bans before the start of the season. This confidence had been abused and 'now they will have to pay for it,' he said.

Fans of Napoli forced passengers out of a train and damaged its cars as they headed for Rome on Sunday, where clashes took place inside and outside the Stadio Olimpico, both before and after the afternoon game between Roma and Napoli.

Several fans of Napoli of Roma were arrested and police seized firecrackers, knives, clubs and hammers being carried into the stadium by fans of both sides.

Further violence erupted at Rome's train station in the evening when about 2,500 Napoli fans took the train back to Naples.

'We must absolutely get rid of these criminals who damage our (football) world and our country. It is unacceptable to watch certain events,' Abete said.
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Napoli Face Tough Fan Bans, Stadium Closures - 02/09/2008

Source : Goal.com

Napoli fans have been punished for running riot on the weekend as the Italian Association (Osservatorio) has decided to ban fans travelling to away games for the rest of the season. The San Paolo will also be closed to fans for two or even three fixtures.

The decision comes after a number of Napoli tifosi caused trouble in Rome on Sunday as the Azzurri drew 1-1 with the Giallorossi at the stadio Olimpico.

Authorities have estimated that the hooligans caused €500,000 worth of damage to trains, as well as €60,000 of carnage cash after they smashed twenty local buses in the Italian capital.

As a result of the mayhem, the club has, once again, been ordered to suffer the consequences. The Italian minister Roberto Maroni, as well as the sporting judge of the federal court, will make a final decision on the punishments and they will be implemented on Monday.

It’s not what Napoli wanted, clearly. The club have been building the right foundations for success in Serie A and in Europe and the 'fans' have now knocked the house down as they continue to tarnish calcio’s image.

The incident comes less than two weeks after the ultras were warned against causing trouble. Napoli even issued a plea to fans to keep calm, but they were not listening.
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Legia Warszawa - Polonia Warszawa - Cup - 02/09/2008

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More than 700 Polish hooligans arrested before cup match

Police arrested 741 football hooligans in Warsaw before a Polish cup match, a spokeswoman told Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa on Wednesday.

The hooligans were arrested Tuesday evening in the largest police action against rioting football fans in years, she said.

The youths, some of them minors, threw stones and firecrackers at security forces who were escorting them to a Legia vs. Polonia cup match.

Violence erupted after some 1,000 hooligans met outside a hotel in the capitol and headed towards the stadium, the Rzeczpospolita reported. Fans from each team had been escorted, separately, to the stadium by police. One group later split up as police tried to contain them.

Security forces managed to rein in some 400 hooligans on a grass lawn near the Old Town before they were attacked.

One police car was destroyed in the rioting and three hooligans were injured. The hooligans, some with masked faces, also damaged two private vehicles after jumping on top of them, reported the Polish Press Agency. They were fans of Legia and a 'couple other teams.'

The cup match between the two Polish Premier League teams - both from Warsaw - ended in a draw. There were no incidents during the match.

The rioters face custodial sentences of one to 10 years.

Vice-premier Grzegorz Schetyna said some of the hooligans will be charged, and promised a tougher,'no tolerance' policy against violence in football.

'If there's disapproval of hooliganism and anonymity, we'll effectively throw out these people from the stadiums,' Schetyna said. 'They must be cut off from football and sport.'

Schetyna said new stadium regulations could take effect from 2009, and will include tougher punishments for hooligans.

'We won't lack determination to make Polish stadiums safe,' he said.

'It's important to us that a ban from the stadium will become a European ban. That those who got (a ban) won't have entry to Euro 2012 matches and to every European Championship or World Championship.'

Polish authorities had previously pledged to crack down on hooliganism, but the issue has recently become sensitive as Poland prepares to co-host the Euro 2012 football championship.

The arrest on Tuesday sparked debate on how to best deal with the hooliganism that's plagued the nation's stadiums for years.

In June, Prime Minister Donald Tusk had said it's 'better not to' organize the Euro in Poland if hooligans continue to rule the stadiums.

Tusk said those who come to games armed with weapons are potential murderers and should be treated as such by police. The biggest problem in the nation's stadiums, he said, is the tolerance football fans show towards hooligans.

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As a football fan from Poland, I can say whole this situation was a provocation. Legia fans have done absouletely NOTHING to get arrested, and treated like that.
All this shit in media is a fucking bollox, and sad days are coming for Legia.
After this game there were given 454 banning orders. 2 year in jail for 372 fans...

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Mafia may be behind Napoli hooligans, say police - 03/09/2008

Source : Reuters

The hooliganism that marred Napoli's Serie A opener at AS Roma last weekend may have been orchestrated by the Naples Mafia, Italy's police chief Antonio Manganelli said on Wednesday.
Interior Minister Roberto Maroni has banned the Naples club's fans from travelling to away games this season after the trouble, in which a Rome-bound train was ransacked causing half a million euros in damage.
"We have reason to believe that there was the influence of organised crime behind the incidents provoked by the Neapolitan fans," Manganelli was quoted as saying by the ANSA news agency.
"It's no coincidence that this investigation has been entrusted to the DDA (District Anti-Mafia Department)."
The ticketless fans fought with police and railway workers before effectively occupying the train in Naples. After they refused to get off, police advised regular passengers to disembark and take other trains.
There were also scuffles outside Rome's Olympic stadium between police and Napoli fans and more incidents on the supporters' return journey after the match, which ended 1-1.
The Naples Mafia, the Camorra, has a violent grip on the local drugs trade and its involvement in the lucrative business of illegal rubbish dumping was a major factor behind the recent trash crisis in the city.
Italy has a serious hooliganism problem. A policeman and a fan of Rome club Lazio were killed in separate incidents last year.
Maroni said that the authorities may decide to stage some high-risk games behind closed doors in the future.
Napoli fans were frequently hit by bans on travelling to away games last season, but the authorities wanted to give them the chance to prove they had turned over a new leaf by letting them attended the Roma match.
The Italian Soccer Federation may order Napoli to play some home matches behind closed doors after Sunday's trouble, media reported.
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Police on alert for football thugs - 04/09/2008

Source : Evening Post

Football hooligans are being warned to stay away from Bristol International Airport as England embark on their qualifying campaign for the 2010 World Cup.
Fabio Capello's side start their quest to play in the sport's showpiece tournament in South Africa, when they travel to Barcelona to face Andorra on Saturday. That will be closely followed by a trip to Zagreb to play Croatia on Wednesday.
And Avon and Somerset police will be supporting national ports operations to makes sure fans subject to football banning orders do not try to leave the country.
The police will once again be working with the airport and other forces across the country to provide a physical presence and reassure bona fide fans and other travellers flying out to away games over the next 18 months. Avon and Somerset police's football intelligence desk officer Roger Thayer said: "The high-profile operation will also seek to identify and prevent those from travelling who it is believed may cause violence and disorder in the host cities for games, or where intelligence has highlighted possible locations for potential disorder."
All 53 people who are subject to football banning orders in the Avon and Somerset area are required to hand in their passports to a nominated police station and will have to sign-on at stations on England's match days. Their passports will be returned to them on the day of the second match.
"Lists of those with a football banning order who fail to surrender their passports are circulated by the United Kingdom Football Policing Unit," added Mr Thayer, a retired policeman who took up his role in 2005. "Police will be at airports and sea ports looking out for anyone in receipt of a banning order who tries to leave the country and they will be arrested and this could lead to a further court appearance."
England's overseas appearances have been blighted by violence in the past, and, coupled with incidents involving British clubs playing abroad, England fans have an unsavoury reputation abroad.
After the disappointment of not qualifying for Euro 2008, England are looking to make amends by qualifying for the biggest tournament on the planet. But they face some tough away games, drawn in Group six along with Kazakhstan; Belarus; Croatia; Ukraine and Andorra.
Explaining some of the ways police combat the troublemakers, Mr Thayer added: "The police in Avon and Somerset work closely with football colleagues across the country to identify and build intelligence profiles on known "risk" supporters and those on the fringes. This enables the police to help create a safe and enjoyable environment for those genuinely going to watch football games, both inside and outside the Avon and Somerset police force area."
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Cyprus: Police message to the football hooligans - 04/09/2008

Source : Cyprus Mail

THE POLICE will ensure that the recently passed law for football hooliganism is implemented to its full, the Nicosia head of police said yesterday.

Kypros Michaelides was speaking during a police drill in Nicosia. Police offered the media a rare insight into how they prepare for matches, by carrying out a drill at the GSP Stadium.

Separating into two teams – the riotous mob and the police – around 100 members of the MMAD Rapid Reaction Unit acted out a scenario and showed journalists how they are called to deal with incidents of hooliganism in football grounds.

With their commander shouting the orders, officers bearing shields and all the necessary gear, they demonstrated how they plan to ensure order in football stadiums, especially in the event of a riot.

Speaking after the drill, Michaelides underlined the significance of the new law, pointing out that just bringing firecrackers or weapons to a football stadium will constitute a criminal offence, whereas before someone was punished only after being caught throwing the objects onto the pitch.

Another important change is that the fact that police will from now on make three warnings to unruly crowds before a match is interrupted. “This was a method we have used all along, but it is now specified by law that if violence continues after the third warning, a game will be automatically stopped,” Michaelides explained.

“Fans need to understand now that there will be zero tolerance towards violent behaviour; those caught will be punished and those caught re-offending could face being banned from sporting arenas altogether,” Michaelides explained.

The police have taken the new law very seriously, with officers participating in a two-day seminar focused on its implementation.

Among the issues discussed were dealing with violent hooligans, crowd control, missile throwing, the use of flares and illegal lighting of fires.

The new law was passed unanimously at Parliament in late June, in the hope of tackling the ever increasing phenomenon of football hooliganism and violence in sporting arenas.

One of the new provisions demands the installation of CCTV cameras in all first division stadiums, while fans will be given numbered seats, not just to keep stadiums from becoming overcrowded, but also so that police can easily identify law-breakers from the area they were sitting in.

Courts will also be authorised to ban unruly fans from all sporting events. Stewards from each team will be employed during matches to keep an eye on supporters, while there will be tougher police checks on fans before they enter stadiums.

Other provisions make it a criminal offence to shout chants or display banners with political content, nationalistic insults or racism. National symbols such as the Greek flag will be allowed into stadiums only if they haven’t been altered in any way.

There will be a three-year grace period for all stadiums to meet the law’s provisions.

However, deputies have recommended that the capital’s GSP Stadium – home to Nicosia’s APOEL and Omonia – should start implementing the law with the start of the new football season.
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Trouble flares as Romanians Timisoara are docked points - 04/09/2008

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FC Timisoara were docked six points by the Romanian Soccer Federation (FRF) on Thursday after being threatened with a FIFA suspension following a long-running row over the first division club's identity.
Timisoara's owners were ordered to stop using the name, colours and club history of rivals FC Politehnica Timisoara following a Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruling in 2006 but have so far agreed only to change the team name.
The CAS ruling found Timisoara were wrongfully using the name and colours of the original FC Politehnica Timisoara which had been bought by Italian businessman Claudio Zambon.
In a letter published on the FRF website on Wednesday, FIFA asked the federation "to immediately implement (the CAS decision) and deduct six points from FC Timisoara".
"Taking into consideration FIFA's letter, six points were deducted from FC Timisoara ... banning the use of the colour violet (on the team strip) was not implemented," the FRF said on its website (www.frf.ro) on Thursday.
Trouble flared in the western city of Timisoara as local television showed about 3,000 angry football supporters throwing stones at riot police who responded by using tear gas.
"Fans cried slogans against Romanian Soccer Federation officials," police chief Ioan Popescu told Realitatea television. "They risk being detained and fined."
FIFA's letter, signed by disciplinary commission deputy secretary Volker Hesse, said world soccer's governing body would "pronounce an appropriate sanction" against Romania's federation if it did not provide proof the points had been docked.
"This can lead to expulsion from all FIFA competitions," the letter added.
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FC Timisoara, who were fifth in the table with 13 points from six matches, dropped to 11th after the deduction.
Owner Marian Iancu said the FRF decision, which he labelled "illegal", meant the end of his "former club".
"Timisoara doesn't exist anymore, my decision to quit is final," he told reporters. "The team will no longer play matches and will (therefore) be kicked out of the competition."
In 2000, Zambon relocated the club close to the capital Bucharest where the team now play in the third division.
The move prompted FC Timisoara's owners to set up a new club in Timisoara using the same name and colours as the city's former team.
FC Timisoara are due to host Serbian champions Partizan Belgrade in the UEFA Cup first round on Sept. 18, having qualified for the competition by finishing sixth in the league last season.

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Fans dispersed by tear gas over FIFA decision

About 1,000 fans were dispersed by tear gas in protest at the Romanian Football Federation deducting six league points from top-division club FC Timisoara for refusing to change its playing colors.

The federation's decision came after FIFA threatened to impose sanctions if the punishment was not enforced.

Police used tear gas during Thursday night's protest to disperse fans who blocked a main highway. Supporters retaliated by throwing stones at police, injuring one commander. Two fans were treated at a hospital.

The crowd took over the center of the city — the place where the anti-communist revolt started in 1989 — and stayed until midnight shouting slogans against the football authorities.

Local authorities, concerned that tensions would lead to fresh protests, held talks with supporters on Friday.

One of the fans' leaders, Cristian Lipovan, said the supporters will organize new protests in the coming days to demand that the federation return the points deducted.

The club's supporters claim that the federation failed to send documents to FIFA that prove FC Timisoara had changed its colors before the beginning of the new season.

The fans say the club respected the ruling by the Court of Arbitration for Sport in April by starting the new season using a different shade of violet from the disputed one. They point out that the club also changed its name from the disputed FC Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara to FC Timisoara.

The CAS hearing was held to decide which of two rival Romanian clubs had the strongest claim to the historical identity — including the traditional playing colors — of the team associated with the Politehnica student team of Timisoara.

After the points were deducted, FC Timisoara dropped from fifth place into the bottom half of the standings.
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Brazil legend Leao attacked by hooligans - 05/09/2008

Source : ESPN

Former Brazil coach Emerson Leao was the victim of a vicious attack by a group of hooligans on Thursday.

The 1970 World Cup winner was attacked by nine men at Santos' headquarters in Vila Belmiro, where he was collecting a payment the club owed him.

'I was a victim of a very strong, violent act. The tried to hit me with an iron bar. If they hadn't failed, I wouldn't be here to tell the story,' said Leao before making the police report.

This is not the first time that Leao has been victim of the Santos fans' fury. Stones were hurled at his car when he left the club in May.
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Hajduk Split fined by UEFA over fan clashes - 03/09/2008

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Hajduk Split said on Tuesday the club had been fined 30,000 Swiss francs (US$27,100) by UEFA following clashes between their fans and Malta’s police during their UEFA Cup first preliminary round match against Birkirkara.

The club were also banned from taking their fans to their next two away European matches. Hajduk Split won the July 31 match 3-0.

However, they failed to qualify for the UEFA Cup first round proper after losing 2-0 at home against Spain’s Deportivo La Coruna in the second qualifying round.
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Serie A Violence Could Have Been Avoided - 05/09/2008

Source : Goal.com

Reports in Italy state that the violence between Roma and Napoli fans could have been avoided, as they were warned prior to the match

Roma and Napoli played out a 1-1 draw at the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday, but the game was marred by violence and dangerous conduct by the Napoli fans in particular.

One of the Partenopei fans was arrested after the match for possession of a knife. During the game in Rome, police found and seized several weapons. Knives, fireworks, flares, and even a hammer were amongst other dangerous items were taken by police from the nearby Napoli supporters area.

Authorities have now discovered that not enough was done to stop this situation from occurring in the first place. A series of informative reports had indicated the threat of a number of Napoli fans coming to Rome via trains and their own transport.

The report is thought to have been detailed, giving the names and surnames of those fans that were considered to be the most dangerous, due to their past history of hooliganism and violence. Despite the existence of these reports, nothing was done to stop the violence from boiling over.

Supporter violence in the Italian game has been rife over the past three seasons, further damaging the reputation of Italian football and destroying the lives of those involved in the unfortunate incidents. Italy's constant problems with violence from supporters, in the stadiums and surrounding areas, is thought to be one of the reasons that their bid to host the Euro 2012 tournament was unsuccessful.
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Football hooligan loses bid to overturn ban - 05/08/2008

Source : Peterborough Today

A FOOTBALL hooligan who punched, kicked and threw road signs at opposing fans lost an appeal to overturn his nine-year ban.

Justin Butler, of Eastgate, Peterborough, was banned in 2001 after causing havoc with dozens of other football fans in the build-up to a Posh match in the city centre.

Six years on, the 37-year-old argued he is a reformed character who no longer follows football and attempted to get the ban lifted so he could take his daughters into the city at the weekend.

But at a hearing at Peterborough Crown Court, Judge Daniel Worsley said he needed further assurance Butler could keep away from the football crowd.

Butler was sentenced to 24 months in prison after pleading guilty to violent disorder, which involved up to 100 others, and banned for nine years.

The ban forbids him from attending any regulated football matches in the country. He must also surrender his passport five days before England play an away game and sign in at the police station on match day.

He also remains excluded from the city centre between midnight on Friday and midnight on Saturday if Peterborough are playing at home.

The trouble started at about 2.30pm on August 4, 2001 as Peterborough United prepared to play Nottingham Forest at the London Road ground.

Butler was outside the College Arms in Broadway, Peterborough, with other supporters, drinking and chanting football songs.

Prosecuting, Laura Dawes said: "Around 20 Forest supporters left the pub and the Peterborough fans followed, chanting and beckoning the fans.

"The situation escalated and turned into violence."

Miss Dawes described the scene as an "explosive mix of alcohol and sports".

She said: "Butler's behaviour was evident on the CCTV evidence.

"He punched a male and began beckoning opposing fans to fight and kicked another man who was being punched.

"He then picked up a metal road sign and threw it at another man before punching him in the face and was then seen chasing the fans through Broadway and Midgate."

Officers from all over the county were called in and Butler was arrested and charged.

On November 18, 2006, Butler travelled to Mansfield with a group of 15 other football fans on the day Peterborough were playing Mansfield. Although he was at a pub three miles from the town centre, he was arrested, along with his friends for a breach of the peace.

Butler was also convicted of possessing ecstasy in 2004, driving while disqualified in 2005 and common assault in 2006.

Miss Dawes opposed lifting the ban on grounds the initial matter attracted the maximum possible sentence, and he had continued to be unable to restrain himself from at least one offence which involved drinking and football.

Mr Butler, who represented himself said: "If the ban is lifted and I go back to my old ways, I know I will be looking at a prison sentence and I am not prepared to do that.

I am not interested in the football anymore, I just want to be able to take my daughters into town at the weekend.”

Judge Daniel Worsley said: “There have been no more football offences and no breaches of the order since the ban, however, you have committed three other offences.

“I do not judge it right to lift the ban at this time.”

Butler, who can appeal the decision in six months time, was ordered to pay £100 costs.
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RKC Waalwijk - VVV Venlo - 05/09/2008

Source: http://www.venlonaren.nl

At the end of the game, troubles erupted with RKC fans and stewards/policemen due to the fact, these locals provoked VVV supporters.
A few minutes later, a few Venlo fans who came by cars were assaulted by a larger amount of locals.

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Poland: Hooligans to be banned for 2 years - 06/09/2008

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Hooligans arrested three days ago during football riots in Warsaw are to be banned from future matches at the Legia stadium.

The proposed ban of the 741 hooligans will be for the Legia ground only, however.

On Tuesday, before the match between Polonia and Legia, police confiscated knuckle dusters, crackers, knifes, forks and jaw protectors. Arrested "fans" were charged with destruction of property, participation in an illegal gathering and attacking police officers.
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Slovakia - Northern Ireland - 05/09/2008

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Northern Ireland Fans Assulted in Slovakia

This is more proof that Italy is not the only nation on earth where fans get attacked.

Two fans of the Northern Ireland national team were attacked in Bratislava ahead of their team's qualifier there on Saturday. The gentlemen were attacked by a group of 12 men, it has been reported.

It has also been speculated that their attackers were from a security firm. More police brutality against fans, just like during the Champions League.

This makes me wonder: If UEFA is considering pulling the Champions League Final from Roma if they start trouble this year, would FIFA start to pull teams from qualifying matches if their fans began to injure the visiting fans.

I don't think that FIFA would do so, nor do I think it would work. However, I think it would be a wake-up call to some of these countries where violence reigns supreme and the local authorities are in on it.

If your fans are caught in a violent fight with individuals from another nation, then your team forfeits the result from the game. It would make some of these hooligans stop and think.

It would be a small incentive at best, but if nations started to get kicked out when there was a chance that their team may do well, then the governments will get more involved with the issue.

As we have seen in countries like the Ivory Coast, simply qualifying for the World Cup has brought together groups of people for one common goal. Imagine if your team went out of qualifying because a group of fans wanted to rough up the visiting fans. The local officials would likely crack down on the "this is our house" policy that the fans have.

Could this be one of the baby steps toward slowing down the rate of violence that occurs in football? Possibly. Is it likely to ever be brought up at a meeting of FIFA? Derby have a better chance of winning the Premiership. However, it was a thought that was running through my head, and I thought I would share.

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Source: BBC

VIDEO: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/7602249.stm

Assault on NI fans 'unprovoked'

The Irish Football Association's president has said he believes Northern Ireland fans were victims of an unprovoked attack in Slovakia.

It is understood two fans were knocked unconscious by a group of 12 men, thought to be from a security firm.

The supporters were beaten with batons, knuckle-dusters and baseball bats in the Dubliner bar in Bratislava.

They were part of a contingent in the city for the Northern Ireland-Slovakia match to be played on Saturday.

IFA president Raymond Kennedy said: "I am absolutely appalled that our fans, with the record (of good behaviour) that they have, cannot come away here and get into a pub and enjoy themselves.

"As far as I'm concerned, it has been an unprovoked attack and my thoughts are with the two guys who got beaten up - there's one that's lost five teeth.

"It's not a very nice thing to happen to come away here to support Northern Ireland and go out for a drink and you end up going back minus five teeth."

One fan, Matthew Ogle, said they did nothing to provoke the assault.

"We were all singing, having good fun and the doormen had a problem and moved in and started on my friend, just came in and took everybody out of it," he said.

"There were weapons mentioned, there were baseball bats, knuckle-dusters and stuff like that. It was scary."

Portadown Northern Ireland Supporters Club secretary Kyle Quinn said he witnessed the incident.

"I could see a couple of guys just lying prostrate on the ground and one guy in particular was lying over this guy who was obviously out cold," he said.

"These guys were just laying into them. There was one baseball bat and there was another fellow I saw with a white tee-shirt and a pink collar, he seemed to get attacked with, I think, a knuckle-duster."


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Red Star hooligans sentenced - 06/09/2008

Source: Tanjug

The 2nd District Court handed out prison terms to Red Star fans convicted of crimes during a match last year.

A Gendarmerie member, Nebojša Trajković, was brutally beaten during the Red Star v Hajduk Kula game.

Miloš Zimonja was sentenced to one year and eight months in prison, while Slaviša Drakul was sentenced to one year in prison for violent behavior at a sporting event.

Zimonja will be released from custody, where he has spent the last nine months, until his sentence comes into force.

Changes to the Law for Preventing Violence at Sporting Events in October saw the introduction of fines of between EUR 650 and EUR 13,000 for such crimes, and prison sentences of three months to ten years.

During the trial, Zimonja and Drakul denied causing disorder during the match on December 2, 2007 at Red Star’s stadium, while Trajković claimed that the hooligans on the north stand had “wanted to kill him.”

Investigations are also under way against Red Star Football Club Secretary General Zoran Damjanović, Stadium Director Miodrag Chorović, Stadium Security Commissioner Novica Mijušković and FŠ delegate at the match Rade Popović.

Red Star hooligan Uroš Mišić (19) is on trial at the Belgrade District Court for attempted murder following his attack on Trajković, who was on duty at the match. Mišić allegedly shoved a firecracker in Trajković’s mouth.
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Police plan dawn raids on 70 Rangers fans who were behind Manchester riots - 07/09/2008

Source : Glasgow Sunday Mail

UP TO 70 Rangers fans face arrests in dawn raids after detectives tracked down the ringleaders behind the UEFA Cup Final riot.

Manchester police said the offenders would will be "pulled out of bed in their underpants" in a massive operation over the next three months.

They have studied thousands of hours of CCTV footage, tracking thugs from riot scenes on their routes home.

The mammoth inquiry has cost over £200,000 and involved sifting months painstakingly through thousands of hours of video footage from all over the UK.

Officers, led by Greater Manchester's chef constable Peter Fahy, have used state-of-the-art software to build "full face" images of those involved.

Some culprits were identified with help from Rangers' security staff but police have also employed facial recognition software.

They tracked down CCTV from buses and trains ferrying suspects out of Manchester as long as four days after the trouble.

They were able to match that to CCTV footage of the incidents in the city centre.

More than 30 officers were injured, while 39 fans were arrested for offences including public disorder, assault, and possession of offensive weapons after the match on May 14.

One senior source said: "We have 50 identified so far but that figure could rise. We told them we were coming for them and we will be.

"It's taken a lot of time and a lot of money but these guys will be pulled out of bed in their underpants.

"They will be charged with a variety of offences, from GBH to affray and damage to property.

"If we missed them in Manchester because they covered their faces, we tracked them from the service stations heading north, toilet stops, all the way to Buchanan Street Bus Station in Glasgow - and in most cases, we got them."

Greater Manchester police will send officers across the border to make the arrests but they will be joined by colleagues from Strathclyde.

The inquiry team pinpointed four flashpoints in the city and identified hooligans who wrecked Rangers' reputation at the showpiece final:

The attack on retreating police officer Mick Regan who was felled and set upon by a mob.

A vicious attack on another officer attempting to make an arrest.

The trashing of a beer garden and merchandise store after a big screen set up to show the match failed.

The destruction of a car in the city centre captured on a police helicopter video camera.

More than 130,000 Rangers fans travelled south for the match but violence flared when a minority of fans began attacking police. The trouble began after the big screen showing the match in Piccadilly Gardens failed just as it kicked off.

PC Regan, 47, tumbled to the ground after 200 supporters rushed riot police. A gang of thugs jumped on him and kicked him repeatedly as he lay prone.

He was eventually dragged to safety by other officers.

PC Regan suffered severe bruising to his arms and body and injured his elbow.

The following day, assistant chief constable Justine Curran described the fans as being "like a pack of baying wolves".

She said her officers had come under "a severe level of attack".

Police made 39 arrests on the night but always promised there would be many more.

Of those arrested, 11 were charged, all of whom were Scottish.

Just 10 Rangers fans have been banned from Ibrox for life in the wake of the rioting. Five of those who have appeared in court have been banned from every football ground in Scotland, England and Wales.

Rangers lost 2-0 to Russian side Zenit St Petersburg on the night.

One Russian supporter was stabbed outside the City of Manchester Stadium.

A Strathclyde Police spokeswoman said: "We are liaising with colleagues south of the border and the inquiry is ongoing."

A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: "The inquiry is now at an advanced stage and we anticipate a number of arrests."

A spokeswoman for Rangers said last night: "Immediately after the disturbances in Manchester, the club said it would co-operate fully with the police authorities.

"That remains the case while the inquiry continues."

The club has already vowed to take "appropriate action" against those found to have taken part in the violence.

FLASHPOINT 1

CCTV footage shows PC Mick Regan and six other officers retreating down a city centre street at about 10.15pm as fans bombard them with cans, bottles and rubbish. After confronting the pack, PC Regan is punched before one of the mob trips him up and he falls. A gang of about 20 fans then descend on the 47-year-old, kicking and stamping on him before is helped by a good Samaritan off-duty soldier.

FLASHPOINT 2

OFFICERS attempt to arrest trouble-makers as their friends try to free them from custody. A fight ensues over the bonnets of parked cars and when officers finally throw the man they are after in the back of a police van his friends begin attacking the vehicle, booting it and trying to get in. The chaotic scenes which follow are captured by BBC cameras and shock viewers across the country.

FLASHPOINT 3

THE Piccadilly Gardens merchandise stall is overrun by angry fans at 7pm and frightened staff have to leave. A Manchester City Council report into the trouble stated: "Large numbers of people were jumping up and down on the roof and urinating on top of the merchandising unit. Although police were called the sheer numbers surrounding them meant there was little they could do."

FLASHPOINT 4

OFFICERS circling in Greater Manchester Police's air support helicopter can only film events as a mob of thugs attack an expensive Nissan sports car, causing massive damage, then pose for pictures beside it. At one point they start rocking the car in a bid to overturn it and succeed in bouncing it across Newton Street in the city centre. The motor is a complete write-off.
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FYR Macedonia - Scotland - 06/09/2008

Source : Glasgow Sunday Mail

Gun police terrify travelling Tartan Army in Macedonia

TARTAN Army fans faced armed riot police after being stopped from watching Scotland play yesterday.

More than 1000 were locked out as the World Cup qualifying campaign kicked off in Macedonia.

Horrified fans with valid tickets for the Scotland end were caught up in the chaos as police adopted a zero tolerance policy to supporters trying to get in to the home end.

The SFA have reported the Macedonians to FIFA over the ticketing fiasco.

And with only 10 minutes to kick-off, as fans pleaded to be allowed to support their team, riot police confronted them.

Some supporters said the police - intimidating in body armour and carrying weapons and riot shields - looked as if they were "spoiling for a fight".

The trouble began as fans who bought tickets locally for the Macedonia end of the Gradski Stadium in Skopje were told they could not get in.

Primary teacher Jenny Watson, 26 - who had a ticket for the Scotland end given to her by striker Kenny Miller - told last night how she still failed to gain entry to the game, which Scotland lost 1-0.

Jenny, of Musselburgh, East Lothian, said: "We thought we would be OK as our tickets came from Kenny, who is a friend.

"But they said they were invalid. There must have been 1000 Scots fans outside and they were all told their tickets were invalid.

"I think they got to a point when they couldn't cope."

She added: "We were stuck between riot police and it was not fun."

Glasgow lawyer Andrew McKinlay, 36, said: "Some riot cops looked as if they were spoiling for a fight."

Graham McEwan, of Perth, said: "I had a legitimate ticket but I couldn't use it. We are friendly people yet they're treating us like animals."

A Scotland security official at the ground said a FIFA delegate had been furious at the way the Scots had been treated.

SFA chief executive Gordon Smith pleaded in vain for fans to be let in. He said: "I assured the police and the Macedonian FA that our fans would be well behaved but they told me it was not our fans they were worried about.

"It was the reaction of their own fans that was causing concern and they decided it was best not to let the Scotland fans in for safety reasons."

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A boiling, miserable day was made worse for thousands of travelling fans denied entry to the ground because they had bought tickets for areas of the stadium designated for home fans. Aggressive stewarding by baton-wielding security men more familiar with dealing with their own hard-core "ultra"gangs led to conflict outside, although most of the peaceable Tartan Army dispersed to find bars with a television instead.

Even then there were blocks of empty seats, which made it all the more baffling that the police would not allow entry to Scotland fans who had bought tickets from locals. The Scottish Football Association estimated that there were between 1,500 and 2,000 locked outside, and the Scottish Football Association were aware early yesterday morning that there would be a problem.

The SFA's chief executive, Gordon Smith, said he had held a meeting with Macedonian officials to try to find a solution. Smith vouched that the Scots fans would cause no trouble. The authorities apparently accepted that but said they could not make the same guarantees on behalf of all their own fans.

The Macedonians were quite possibly right that their "ultras" are to be feared. Riot police entered the section of the stad-ium housing the most hard-core group in the second half to take down a massive banner tied to the fencing. It depicted the face of their Skopje-born "hero", Johan Tarculovski, who was sentenced in The Hague last month to 12 years in prison for war crimes against Albanians in 2001.

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Scots fans turned away from game

Hundreds of football fans have had trouble getting into Scotland's World Cup qualifier against Macedonia.

Riot police arrived at the stadium after up to 1,000 supporters were told their tickets were not valid.

Jenny Watson, from Musselburgh, was given tickets by player Kenny Miller but was not allowed in and said disappointed fans headed back to town.

The SFA said some fans had bought briefs for the Macedonian section and were refused entry.

The first qualifier of Scotland's World Cup campaign was taking place at the City Stadium in Skopje, with Scotland losing 1-0.

Ms Watson told BBC Scotland a few of her friends got in ahead of her but then police began turning fans away, telling them their tickets were invalid.

She said: "At one point we were stuck between one set of riot police and another just outside the stadium and we couldn't move, we were just kind of stuck there.

"One of our friends was on the other side and when he tried to move through to join us he had a baton held to him.

"We all like to make comments about the SFA being disorganised but the SFA are a dream compared to this - the way that the police were behaving was completely out of order."

Ms Watson said that with four lines of riot police fans had tried waving their tickets but were still turned back and headed into town to get a beer and watch the game on television.

Macedonian riot police
Macedonian riot police were in place at the City Stadium
SFA security advisor Derek Kirkwood said travel club members had been allowed entry with no problems.

But he added: "There's probably about another thousand who have come over to Macedonia in the hope of maybe getting tickets for the match and they've been buying them off people in the street.

"Unfortunately, they're for the Macedonian section of the stadium and the police commander in charge of the event is not allowing these people in."

Mr Kirkwood said the SFA had made representations before the game to let these fans in but the efforts were refused on safety grounds.

The stadium has had building work ongoing meaning only part of the ground was in use.

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France: AS Cannes - Arles - 05/09/2008

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About 20 angry Cannes fans went onto the pitch at the end of the game.

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Switzerland - Ice hockey: HC Ajoie - Lausanne HC - 06/09/2008

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Troubles occured at the end of this Satruday night game.
After the defeat of their loved ones, Lausanne supporters caused damages, breaking windows, toilets etc...
Finally, security used pepper sprays to restore order.
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Italy: security - 06/09/2008

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The game Pescara- Foggia of this Sunday will be played without Foggia supporters due to security reasons.

In the same time, two other games will be played in without supporters: Sambonifacese-Montichiari and Varese- Olbia.

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Stadiums bans for Napoli supporters - 06/09/2008

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Napoli Digos announced that 15 Napoli fans received stadiums bans due to the fact they caused troubles last Sunday for the game against Roma.
Police forces used CCTV footage.

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Belgium: SK Lierse - RFC Liège - 06/09/2008

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before the match 8 old-skool liege lads came talking to Lierse about an off.They wanted to know how many Lierse had. After the match Lierse went to their main boozer and waited till Liege showed up with a nice group.They didn't so Lierse went walking with a small firm towards the awaysection..
Suddenly they saw the Liege-boys from before the match with some back-up. Lierse charged them and at the end Lierse won and Liege had to run..a few arrest on Lierse-side and they met the Liege police which weren't that nice to them..

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After the game about 15 Lierse lads punched up a few normal fans, including a girl, when we were still inside the stadium.
One Liège fan arrested.

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