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      Shabs
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #270: Jun 17, 2016 06:33:20 pm
      No and No.

      But I don't see the evil as being portrayed.

      Yes there's a few knob heads as you'd get with any large group of pissed up football fans, but for the most part with a few exceptions it all seems jovial & harmless to me.

      Daz, you did a very noble & charitable act at Xmas gone...

      You took in a homeless man,allowed him to have a good wash, fed him, gave him a place to rest on in a comfortable surrounding & showed him love & that you care of their plight...

      That's the right way to go about it...

      Or you could have tossed him a bar of soap,can of soup & gave him a used cardboard box to rest on...

      Big difference mate...

      I'm sure alcohol clouded some of those chaps judgement & if they were to see the video with clear heads they may feel embarrassed of their actions & rightly so..
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #271: Jun 17, 2016 06:35:17 pm
      Daz, you did a very noble & charitable act at Xmas gone...

      You took in a homeless man,allowed him to have a good wash, fed him, gave him a place to rest on in a comfortable surrounding & showed him love & that you care of their plight...

      That's the right way to go about it...

      Or you could have tossed him a bar of soap,can of soup & gave him a used cardboard box to rest on...

      Big difference mate...

      I'm sure alcohol clouded some of those chaps judgement & if they were to see the video with clear heads they may feel embarrassed of their actions & rightly so..

      Maybe its just me mate, I asked the bairn what he thought before I commented, maybe subconsciously that influenced my opinion, seeing it through a kids eye's.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #272: Jun 17, 2016 06:44:50 pm
      So flares thrown on the field during Croatia and Cezh Republic.

      One went off right by a steward....this is idiotic.

      Great way to represent yourselves at a world watched sporting event.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #273: Jun 17, 2016 06:47:12 pm
      What the f**k is wrong with people?!
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #274: Jun 17, 2016 06:48:19 pm
      So flares thrown on the field during Croatia and Cezh Republic.

      One went off right by a steward....this is idiotic.

      Great way to represent yourselves at a world watched sporting event.

      Fighting between each other in the crowd too

      Bonkers

      I don't get it, this is like a return to the bad days of football in the 80s, it paints all football fans in the eyes of the rest of the world in a bad way

      It's been a sad competition truth be told for this type of stuff
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      Reply #275: Jun 17, 2016 06:48:55 pm
      Moronic stuff from the Croatians. FIGHTING amongst themselves and throwing flares. Suspended disqualification coming their way no doubt.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #276: Jun 17, 2016 06:53:18 pm
      It's been an eventful euro2016 so far but sadly for all the wrong reasons,
      Bloody shocking,mindless & brainless.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #277: Jun 17, 2016 06:58:55 pm
      Sh*t. Just seen the close up of the flare exploding in the face of a steward. Disgusting.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #278: Jun 17, 2016 07:14:52 pm
      Seems like this is more of an occasion for people to go and have a punch up and act like cu*ts rather than going to go and watch a massive sporting event. No need for it.
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      Reply #279: Jun 17, 2016 07:39:57 pm
      Gotta start disqualifying straight away now, this is getting shocking. Russia, although it already appears they are out, should have been thrown out and so shoukd Croatiafor this behaviour, these fans need to learn and it's the only way.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #280: Jun 17, 2016 07:54:26 pm
      that poor steward got blasted in the face.
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      Reply #281: Jun 17, 2016 08:33:45 pm
      Gotta start disqualifying straight away now, this is getting shocking. Russia, although it already appears they are out, should have been thrown out and so shoukd Croatiafor this behaviour, these fans need to learn and it's the only way.

      Just instantly ban them from taking part in the next major tournament. might give them a reality check when they realise they ruined it for everyone to do with that country.

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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #282: Jun 17, 2016 08:40:50 pm
      A UEFA statement read: "Disciplinary proceedings will be opened tomorrow once UEFA has received the official reports of the match delegate and referee...UEFA strongly condemns such acts."
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #283: Jun 17, 2016 11:23:55 pm
      what was in my original message was just saying most liverpool fans were from outside of Liverpool. This is just demographic facts. I posted it when I admittingly miss understood another posters point. You edited my qoute to make it look I was saying Liverpool fans from Liverpool are not knowledgable. Which is total bollocks because I never said that.

      I know I was taking the piss!!

      Lighten the f**k up.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #284: Jun 17, 2016 11:30:55 pm
      No and No.

      But I don't see the evil as being portrayed.

      Yes there's a few knob heads as you'd get with any large group of pissed up football fans, but for the most part with a few exceptions it all seems jovial & harmless to me.

      They'll also be the same cu*ts that would laugh at fans waving copies of the sun to our fanbase and sing those gobs***e songs that chelsea and the mancs sing.

      C**t behaviour is what it is.

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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #285: Jun 18, 2016 12:28:46 am
      Seems like this is more of an occasion for people to go and have a punch up and act like cu*ts rather than going to go and watch a massive sporting event. No need for it.

      That's how the eastern Europeans see it mate.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #286: Jun 18, 2016 01:33:48 am
      Not defending croatians behaviour but I will explain briefly why they did that. Croatians protested against Dinamo ZagrebĀ“s owner Mamic & co. These owners are corrupted mafiosos who are using ZagrebĀ“s money to get richer themselves and they are taking the club down. Rumours are that even Modric has a clausel in his contract that he has to pay 1/5 of his salary to Mamic until the end of his career. These mafiosos are destroying their countrys club football so badly that even ZagrebĀ“s arch rivals Hajduk Split fans have joined in to protest against Dinamo Zagreb owners. WasnĀ“t the most succesful protest but IĀ“m not judging.

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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #287: Jun 18, 2016 09:17:06 am
      Not defending croatians behaviour but I will explain briefly why they did that. Croatians protested against Dinamo ZagrebĀ“s owner Mamic & co. These owners are corrupted mafiosos who are using ZagrebĀ“s money to get richer themselves and they are taking the club down. Rumours are that even Modric has a clausel in his contract that he has to pay 1/5 of his salary to Mamic until the end of his career. These mafiosos are destroying their countrys club football so badly that even ZagrebĀ“s arch rivals Hajduk Split fans have joined in to protest against Dinamo Zagreb owners. WasnĀ“t the most succesful protest but IĀ“m not judging.



      Sh*t way to protest, hijacking the national teams game and tarnashing your country's got nothing to do with club level dealings.

      Taking it back to a basic football level, they cost their team a win, simple as that really.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #288: Jun 18, 2016 09:32:24 am
      Sh*t way to protest, hijacking the national teams game and tarnashing your country's got nothing to do with club level dealings.

      Taking it back to a basic football level, they cost their team a win, simple as that really.

      How did they cost their team a win? They didn't handball in the box, they didn't fail to defend properly etc.
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      Reply #289: Jun 18, 2016 09:44:38 am
      In Brief.

      MAJOR counter-terrorism raids taking place in Belgium right now.

      40 houses and 152 garages in 16 cities have been searched by the police. 40 people were taken but 12 were arrested. They were planning to attack today at the match of the Belgian national football team.

      http://www.hln.be/hln/nl/36484/Aanslagen-Brussel/article/detail/2748658/2016/06/18/Nieuwe-terreurcel-opgerold-12-verdachten-opgepakt-die-aanslag-beraamden-tijdens-match-Rode-Duivels.dhtml

      Be safe out there people.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #290: Jun 18, 2016 09:52:51 am
      In Brief.

      MAJOR counter-terrorism raids taking place in Belgium right now.

      40 houses and 152 garages in 16 cities have been searched by the police. 40 people were taken but 12 were arrested. They were planning to attack today at the match of the Belgian national football team.

      http://www.hln.be/hln/nl/36484/Aanslagen-Brussel/article/detail/2748658/2016/06/18/Nieuwe-terreurcel-opgerold-12-verdachten-opgepakt-die-aanslag-beraamden-tijdens-match-Rode-Duivels.dhtml

      Be safe out there people.

      Another lone wolf?  :f_tongueincheek:
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      Reply #291: Jun 18, 2016 09:57:37 am
      In Brief.

      MAJOR counter-terrorism raids taking place in Belgium right now.

      40 houses and 152 garages in 16 cities have been searched by the police. 40 people were taken but 12 were arrested. They were planning to attack today at the match of the Belgian national football team.

      http://www.hln.be/hln/nl/36484/Aanslagen-Brussel/article/detail/2748658/2016/06/18/Nieuwe-terreurcel-opgerold-12-verdachten-opgepakt-die-aanslag-beraamden-tijdens-match-Rode-Duivels.dhtml

      Be safe out there people.

      Hooligans!!
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #292: Jun 18, 2016 10:20:55 am
      Just threw it in here because we have Irish lads who use the forum, if they or they have family out there, the rest is self explanatory.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #293: Jun 18, 2016 10:34:47 am
      Know a few lads at the game, hope all goes well. Who cares about the score, as long as everyone makes it out fine.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #294: Jun 18, 2016 11:26:43 am
      How did they cost their team a win? They didn't handball in the box, they didn't fail to defend properly etc.

      They gave away a goal in the fourth minute of extra time when the whistle may well have gone on three minutes extra time.
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      Reply #295: Jun 18, 2016 12:18:15 pm
      They gave away a goal in the fourth minute of extra time when the whistle may well have gone on three minutes extra time.

      The goal was scored in the 89th minute. Interesting that you used the word 'they', they weren't on the pitch so couldn't have given away any goal. The fans didn't decide to handball in the box.

      If play hadn't been stopped then Czech Republic may have scored twice, Croatia may have had somebody sent off etc. At the end of the day, the Croatia players fu**ed up and dropped 2 points.
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      Reply #296: Jun 18, 2016 01:59:38 pm
      The goal was scored in the 89th minute. Interesting that you used the word 'they', they weren't on the pitch so couldn't have given away any goal. The fans didn't decide to handball in the box.

      If play hadn't been stopped then Czech Republic may have scored twice, Croatia may have had somebody sent off etc. At the end of the day, the Croatia players fu**ed up and dropped 2 points.
      I think the Croatian players looked quite upset with the events. It allowed for Czech to get some momentum in the game.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #297: Jun 18, 2016 02:07:30 pm
      The goal was scored in the 89th minute. Interesting that you used the word 'they', they weren't on the pitch so couldn't have given away any goal. The fans didn't decide to handball in the box.

      If play hadn't been stopped then Czech Republic may have scored twice, Croatia may have had somebody sent off etc. At the end of the day, the Croatia players fu**ed up and dropped 2 points.

      My mistake, no idea why I had the 94th in my head. i don't see how my use of the word they makes any difference, the way they behaved (especially when one of their players was standing right over the firework when it exploded) could've had an effect on the way they carried on playing. So they should shoulder the blame as they were potentially to blame.

       :P
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #298: Jun 18, 2016 10:35:21 pm
      So Hungary fans riot in the stadium.  They join Turkey, Croatia and Russia in teams with fans that commited major miss conduct in the stadium.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #299: Jun 18, 2016 10:45:07 pm
      So Hungary fans riot in the stadium.  They join Turkey, Croatia and Russia in teams with fans that commited major miss conduct in the stadium.

      Miss Conduct?

      She sounds sexy.

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