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ivan88
Mar 20th, 2006, 09:10 PM
On Sunday before football match my friend was beaten by football hooligans. :sad:
He just wished to look match.
They broke him two ribs. :sad: :sad:
He's usual fan, he's not a moron, who doesn't like game, who goes on football to fight.
I don't understand :confused: why usual fans should suffer because of them?

DevilishAttitude
Mar 20th, 2006, 09:44 PM
Because there hooligans.

People just like causing trouble and usually get away with it.

In this country England, we have a bad repuatation about hooligans but we have tried very hard to get rid of these people. We have also been at times unfairly treated against FIFA who look to give us fines for anything.

In Spain and Italy there fans have a very bad reputation. There fans are very racist from what I've seen and heard in general. Unlike in England though, they get fined very little. There fans aren't all bad but they can be much worse than ours nowadays :rolleyes:

You'll always her idiots, it's a fact of life.

adam_ads_n
Mar 20th, 2006, 10:11 PM
Well...In Poland there are deaths on football matches (or maybe after). One person was killed, the second was wounded a week ago after Wisla-Cracovia, polish league match. So, what would you say about that :scared:

Dan the Assassin
Mar 20th, 2006, 10:22 PM
On Sunday before football match my friend was beaten by football hooligans. :sad:
He just wished to look match.
They broke him two ribs. :sad: :sad:
He's usual fan, he's not a moron, who doesn't like game, who goes on football to fight.
I don't understand :confused: why usual fans should suffer because of them?
I am very sorry to hear this.
This is why going to a football match gets a bad name; the majority getting labelled by a few idiots.
I have been to a few england away games, and there are the good followers who are very much interested in going to foreign cities and watching the game, but you also get people going to cause trouble, and disrespect the city they are in.
Also, this weekend gone, I went to see my local team, where there was fighting in the town centre at 3.30pm (whilst the match is going on). Obvioulsy these 'fans' arent interested in watching the game.
I hope your friend hasn't been put off attending future games, which I wouldnt blame him if he was, by these mindless idiots.

ZeroSOFInfinity
Mar 21st, 2006, 01:24 AM
On Sunday before football match my friend was beaten by football hooligans. :sad:
He just wished to look match.
They broke him two ribs. :sad: :sad:
He's usual fan, he's not a moron, who doesn't like game, who goes on football to fight.
I don't understand :confused: why usual fans should suffer because of them?

At first I taught you were refering to the Fulham - Chelsea match where all hell broke lose after the end of the match... but you're from Russia, therefore it isn't...

The scene at that match was horrible... just because Chelsea (the self-elected champions of England) lost, their fans can't take it and invaded the pitch. Fighting happened and many people were injured :sad:

This hooliganism (whatever you call it) is just not limited to England - last week, Middlesbrough fans were attacked by "so called" Roma fans in their 2nd leg match of the UEFA Cup.

And in Spain as well as Italy, the "fans" does monkey chants to black-skinned players. That happened to a friendly match with England last year, and also in this year when Samuel Eto, a Barcelona player, nearly walked off the pitch during a game after being insulted with monkey chants throughout the match (he got his revenge though by scoring against the team which the fans abused him). There's also the "Ultras", which steps on a fine line between fanatics and hooliganism. You can read about them here:- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultras

There are many more instances and examples, but I won't go more into it... it's sad that there are still people who seems to be still in the Stone Age even though we are already in the 21st century.

For your friend, I felt sorry for him / her.... hooligans are the WORST of all fans. They do not deserve to be in the same group as fans... they should be catagorised as criminal bullies. Hope your friend gets well soon :hug: