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      Hooliganism at Euro 2016

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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #300: Jun 18, 2016 11:28:10 pm
      Miss Conduct?

      She sounds sexy.

      And dominant....
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #301: Jun 19, 2016 08:54:54 am
      Miss Conduct?

      She sounds sexy.

      are you sure?
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #302: Jun 19, 2016 12:08:16 pm
      It might just save time if UEFA just open disciplinary proceedings against every nation, it'll save time and they'll end up doing nothing anyway.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #303: Jun 20, 2016 06:03:35 pm
      Croatia find for the violence and nearly blinding a Steward £77k yes just £77k what an absolute Joke UEFA are
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #304: Jun 20, 2016 07:53:57 pm
      Croatia find for the violence and nearly blinding a Steward £77k yes just £77k what an absolute Joke UEFA are

      F***ing hell. A murder will probably only cost £250k.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #305: Jun 21, 2016 01:00:44 am
      Croatia find for the violence and nearly blinding a Steward £77k yes just £77k what an absolute Joke UEFA are

      Walt what would have been a fair punishment in your eyes?

      Not having a go at you mate but there are some unusual circumstances surrounding the Croatian situation in that a small faction of hooligans are deliberately doing all in their power to have Croatia punished and kicked out of the Euros as an act of retribution to the criminal dealings of the current Croatian FA and it's presidency.

      Some facts of the matter are that the Croatian FA got wind that a small group of dickheads will be attempting to storm the field and throw flares on the pitch towards the end of the match. The FA notified local authorities and UEFA in advance hence if you watched the game and would have noticed the police moving in to create a barricade in front of the section of the fans where the flares were thrown. This was around the 80th minute mark flares were thrown some minutes later.

      I am not sure what the adequate punishment is here to be honest, I am not making excuses for these scumbags but would a draconian punishment really be a fair one because of a handful of idiots?

      Word is they are planning another round of disruptions in tomorrow's match against Span, I am flabbergasted as to how they got the flares in the first place. Again unofficially this was arranged prior to the game with some hooligans bragging on facebook the seat numbers where the flares were to be placed.

      If these wankers can arrange for pyrotechnics to be smuggled in to a game then  God knows what else others are capable of bringing in to the stadium.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #306: Jun 21, 2016 08:04:35 am





      If these wankers can arrange for pyrotechnics to be smuggled in to a game then  God knows what else others are capable of bringing in to the stadium.

      I think you have answered it yourself there mate.. If this is the case then either throw Croatia out of the competition if there is this element who want to make such a protest that it could become dangerous or play it behind closed doors, but then is that fair on the opposition fans? Probably not.

      That isn't against Croatia at all mate, or the fans who don't want any part of it but if there is a genuine threat that it could become worse than the other night then serious sanctions should take place.

      Shame really though because for the first 75minutes I was so impressed with Croatia, I thought for that period it was probably the best performance of the tournament. Modric was an absolute rolls Royce that game, beautiful to watch.. And I really like Perisic.. Complete threat all game
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #307: Jun 21, 2016 12:26:13 pm
      I think you have answered it yourself there mate.. If this is the case then either throw Croatia out of the competition if there is this element who want to make such a protest that it could become dangerous or play it behind closed doors, but then is that fair on the opposition fans? Probably not.

      That isn't against Croatia at all mate, or the fans who don't want any part of it but if there is a genuine threat that it could become worse than the other night then serious sanctions should take place.

      Shame really though because for the first 75minutes I was so impressed with Croatia, I thought for that period it was probably the best performance of the tournament. Modric was an absolute rolls Royce that game, beautiful to watch.. And I really like Perisic.. Complete threat all game

      Umm no mate I was more eluding to the lack of body screening, searching, checking etc prior to fans entering the stadium. As I clearly stated the intent of these hooligans is not to compromise the safety of any fans rather try and overthrow the current corrupt regime through embarrassment and humiliation. I certainly felt both of those sitting there watching that unfold.

      As for the actual match itself that was for 75 minutes one of the finer performances since coincidently the 98 world cup in France. With Modric coming of we took our foot of the gas and lost composure our real problem though has been the lack of quality upfront. Mandzukic is very limited in ability in my opinion and has a great degree of predictability around him he also forces us to play the ball in to the box far too many times in order to complement his "superior" aerial ability.
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #308: Jun 21, 2016 12:40:07 pm
      Umm no mate I was more eluding to the lack of body screening, searching, checking etc prior to fans entering the stadium. As I clearly stated the intent of these hooligans is not to compromise the safety of any fans rather try and overthrow the current corrupt regime through embarrassment and humiliation. I certainly felt both of those sitting there watching that unfold.

      As for the actual match itself that was for 75 minutes one of the finer performances since coincidently the 98 world cup in France. With Modric coming of we took our foot of the gas and lost composure our real problem though has been the lack of quality upfront. Mandzukic is very limited in ability in my opinion and has a great degree of predictability around him he also forces us to play the ball in to the box far too many times in order to complement his "superior" aerial ability.

      But you stated, what could they smuggle in, it goes hand in hand with the lack of security..

      And it could become very dangerous because of that, the security and all round lack organisation is a separate point

      I'm certainly not having a go at Croatia as a side or of the majority of the fans.

      I don't think they will kick them out though at all, but this tournament is becoming embarrassing in terms of that minority element from a lot of nations who for their own reasons want to cause trouble, I have a ( albeit limited) knowledge of what's behind it with Mafioso types running the Croatian FA, but there has to be better ways than putting others at risk.

      But like I say from a football POV I was very impressed, I just wish it could be just about the football.

      What you think of Perisic? I'd not watched that much of him before but he's a talent
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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #309: Jun 21, 2016 01:17:11 pm
      But you stated, what could they smuggle in, it goes hand in hand with the lack of security..

      And it could become very dangerous because of that, the security and all round lack organisation is a separate point

      I'm certainly not having a go at Croatia as a side or of the majority of the fans.

      I don't think they will kick them out though at all, but this tournament is becoming embarrassing in terms of that minority element from a lot of nations who for their own reasons want to cause trouble, I have a ( albeit limited) knowledge of what's behind it with Mafioso types running the Croatian FA, but there has to be better ways than putting others at risk.

      But like I say from a football POV I was very impressed, I just wish it could be just about the football.

      What you think of Perisic? I'd not watched that much of him before but he's a talent

      Let's talk football then.

      I rate Perisic very highly and I think he would be an awesome addition to our squad with his pace and technique. It will not happen though as Klopp signed and tried him at Dortmund and it didn't work out well for him. Klopp brought him in from the Belgian league where he was top scorer the previous season and tried to play him often in the number ten role and not his preferred position on the wing. At the time Kagawa was emerging as one of the best number ten's in Europe and Perisic dropped down the pecking order eventually growing frustrated and falling out with Jürgen.

      He had a couple of good seasons at Wofsburg before moving to where he is now at Inter and I think has grown to be at the top of his game there. In addition to his power and speed he has added a lot of technique to his game making him a danger man for anyone's side. He basically carried us through the qualifiers in terms of goals and assists. Really pleased to have him peaking for us at the Euro's.

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      Re: Hooliganism at Euro 2016
      Reply #310: Jun 21, 2016 03:17:25 pm
      Euro 2016: France expels Russia far-right fan chief Shprygin
      The far-right leader of the Russian footballer supporters' association is being thrown out of France following violence at the England-Russia Euro 2016 match in Marseille.

      Alexander Shprygin is among 20 Russian fans being deported.

      They were detained on Tuesday while travelling from Marseille to Lille to watch Russia face Slovakia.

      The arrests angered Moscow, who summoned the French ambassador in protest.

      Mr Shprygin's All-Russia Supporters Union is backed by the Kremlin. He is reported to hold far-right views and has been photographed giving a Nazi salute.

      Russia and England fans clashed before and after the two teams played on Saturday.
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-36546183

      I did a search for the gentleman, came up with this.



      And this...



      He looks like a c**t.

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