Football Hooligans

18 Mar 19
The Heritage Herald

Senior Maighan Mansukani writes our very first Howler article, reflecting on her cheerleading experience…

18 Mar 19
AFROINSIDER

Published on 18.03.2019 at 02h54 by AFP A Syrian man goes on trial Monday accused of a knife killing that sparked racist street violence and far-right protests in the eastern German city of Chemnitz last year. The manslaughter trial starting 0900 GMT against 23-year-old asylum seeker Alaa S. is being held in another city of […]

17 Mar 19
Sport is Not a Game ⚽

In May of 2018, approximately 50 people entered Sporting’s training centre in Lisbon, Portugal, and violently attacked both the players and staff. The attackers, who have been identified as “fans”, had their faces covered, and displayed acts of violence during Sporting’s practice and also caused damage to their changing room. While no one was severely […]

17 Mar 19
TODAY NEWS

THIS is the shocking moment football yobs brawled with cops as…

17 Mar 19
Intuition Up

  Well, otherwise we’re ignored. Plain women are ignored and will get no fun, sex, or money because of our societal attitude toward women. Women put on all the colorful makeup and clothes, along with gay men. In nature, the males are bigger and more attractive, dance around and are colorful. The females are just…great […]

17 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
THIS is the shocking moment football yobs brawled with cops as officers tried to remove a troublesome fan from the crowd. Chaotic scenes erupted at Saturday afternoon’s Championship match between Wigan and Bolton Wanderers -which finished 5-2 to the home side. Trouble flared when police tried to remove a fan from the away end In the video, officers can be seen trying to drag away a Wanderers supporter from the stands, before others away fans get involved and escalate the situation rapidly. Fans can be seen surrounding officers in the stands at the DW Stadium – while others hurl abuse at the unformed bobbies. Punches then appear to be thrown during the chaotic brawl and at least one officer can be seen falling to the ground in the scuffle. There were also reports of supporters allegedly throwing coins and bottles at rival fans, reports the M.E.N. One Wanderers supporter who asked to remain anonymous claimed small children were  caught up in the “middle of the whole thing”. He said: “It was awful. I’m not sure what started it, but I believe the police were trying to spot those who were throwing coins and bottles at the Wigan fans. NUMBER OF ARRESTS “There was a constant onslaught of bottles and coins which were being thrown between the two sets of supporters – with no security present. “There were a number of small children and young families there, right in the middle of the whole thing.” The footage, taken at the away end, has been shared hundreds of times on social media. A spokesperson for Bolton Wanderers FC said: “We utterly condemn the actions of those involved in the alleged disorder and are supporting Greater Manchester Police in their investigations.” GMP said that four people were arrested at the match – three for public order offences and one for section 47 assault. They remain in police custody. Superintendent Graeme Openshaw said: “While the vast majority of fans enjoyed today’s local derby responsibly, officers had to make a number of arrests. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “We understand the passion involved in matches like this. However, we won’t hesitate to take action when the actions of a minority spoil things for others.” Reece Jones, who captured some of the incident on video, said: “Scenes like this should never be seen at a football game. “Awful from both parties and I hope this can be used to punish the appropriate people.” Another user wrote: “#BWFC fans attacking the police after losing 5-2 to local rivals #WAFC. Absolutely shocking, no place for it in football!” Video captured the moment a brawl broke out in the stands
17 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
THIS is the shocking moment football yobs brawled with cops as officers tried to remove a troublesome fan from the crowd. Chaotic scenes erupted at Saturday afternoon’s Championship match between Wigan and Bolton Wanderers -which finished 5-2 to the home side. Trouble flared when police tried to remove a fan from the away end In the video, officers can be seen trying to drag away a Wanderers supporter from the stands, before others away fans get involved and escalate the situation rapidly. Fans can be seen surrounding officers in the stands at the DW Stadium – while others hurl abuse at the unformed bobbies. Punches then appear to be thrown during the chaotic brawl and at least one officer can be seen falling to the ground in the scuffle. There were also reports of supporters allegedly throwing coins and bottles at rival fans, reports the M.E.N. One Wanderers supporter who asked to remain anonymous claimed small children were  caught up in the “middle of the whole thing”. He said: “It was awful. I’m not sure what started it, but I believe the police were trying to spot those who were throwing coins and bottles at the Wigan fans. NUMBER OF ARRESTS “There was a constant onslaught of bottles and coins which were being thrown between the two sets of supporters – with no security present. “There were a number of small children and young families there, right in the middle of the whole thing.” The footage, taken at the away end, has been shared hundreds of times on social media. A spokesperson for Bolton Wanderers FC said: “We utterly condemn the actions of those involved in the alleged disorder and are supporting Greater Manchester Police in their investigations.” GMP said that four people were arrested at the match – three for public order offences and one for section 47 assault. They remain in police custody. Superintendent Graeme Openshaw said: “While the vast majority of fans enjoyed today’s local derby responsibly, officers had to make a number of arrests. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”4″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “We understand the passion involved in matches like this. However, we won’t hesitate to take action when the actions of a minority spoil things for others.” Reece Jones, who captured some of the incident on video, said: “Scenes like this should never be seen at a football game. “Awful from both parties and I hope this can be used to punish the appropriate people.” Another user wrote: “#BWFC fans attacking the police after losing 5-2 to local rivals #WAFC. Absolutely shocking, no place for it in football!” Video captured the moment a brawl broke out in the stands
17 Mar 19
The Sun
THIS is the shocking moment football yobs brawled with cops as officers tried to remove a troublesome fan from the crowd. Chaotic scenes erupted at Saturday afternoon’s Championship match between Wigan and Bolton Wanderers -which finished 5-2 to the home side. Trouble flared when police tried to remove a fan from the away end In the video, officers can be seen trying to drag away a Wanderers supporter from the stands, before others away fans get involved and escalate the situation rapidly. Fans can be seen surrounding officers in the stands at the DW Stadium – while others hurl abuse at the unformed bobbies. Punches then appear to be thrown during the chaotic brawl and at least one officer can be seen falling to the ground in the scuffle. There were also reports of supporters allegedly throwing coins and bottles at rival fans, reports the M.E.N. One Wanderers supporter who asked to remain anonymous claimed small children were  caught up in the “middle of the whole thing”. He said: “It was awful. I’m not sure what started it, but I believe the police were trying to spot those who were throwing coins and bottles at the Wigan fans. NUMBER OF ARRESTS “There was a constant onslaught of bottles and coins which were being thrown between the two sets of supporters – with no security present. “There were a number of small children and young families there, right in the middle of the whole thing.” The footage, taken at the away end, has been shared hundreds of times on social media. A spokesperson for Bolton Wanderers FC said: “We utterly condemn the actions of those involved in the alleged disorder and are supporting Greater Manchester Police in their investigations.” GMP said that four people were arrested at the match – three for public order offences and one for section 47 assault. They remain in police custody. Superintendent Graeme Openshaw said: “While the vast majority of fans enjoyed today’s local derby responsibly, officers had to make a number of arrests. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”321″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “We understand the passion involved in matches like this. However, we won’t hesitate to take action when the actions of a minority spoil things for others.” Reece Jones, who captured some of the incident on video, said: “Scenes like this should never be seen at a football game. “Awful from both parties and I hope this can be used to punish the appropriate people.” Another user wrote: “#BWFC fans attacking the police after losing 5-2 to local rivals #WAFC. Absolutely shocking, no place for it in football!” Video captured the moment a brawl broke out in the stands
17 Mar 19
Making History Northumbria University: Objects Places and People

George Owen, Fionn Mcmanus, Caitlin Barron, Kieran Archer, Andrew Hill St. James’ Park, first established in the 1880s for the football club the Newcastle Rangers (1880 – 1884) until the club folded in 1884 and subsequently moving ownership of the grounds to West End FC (1886). By 1892 Newcastle United was formed, as ‘an amalgamation […]

16 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

A man shot by armed police in Birmingham calls Trevor Alton Smith. The 52-year-old father of two was killed during a dawn raid on a building near the city center, as part of a "police-led operation." intelligence services "in the early hours of Friday morning. Mr. Alton Smith allegedly lived alone, suffered a cardiac arrest […]

16 Mar 19
Rémy Bonny

Polish ruling politician Jarosław Kaczyński confirmed during a meeting of his party Law & Justice (PiS) that LGBTQI (in)tolerance will become the main election campaign theme. “It’s all about election strategy”, according to political scientist Rémy Bonny. (This article has a copyright disclaimer – see below) “The vice-president of Warsaw has made it clear – […]

16 Mar 19
The View From Selby

We were in retreat from Prague, refugees from the bacchanalia that was the URS conference. Rigsby was in the driving seat, both actually and metaphorically. There were two cars, Rigsby’s and Allan’s. I took turns in both cars, “Tax Exile” Cackett was an occasional driver, and “Mad Dog” Walsh was tolerated in either vehicle as […]

16 Mar 19
Infinite Coincidence

UPDATE: This post has now been superseded by “reality”. UPDATE UPDATE: There is an…explanation (not an excuse!!!) for the low numbers: …or alternatively: See you next Saturday. (Ps Although Farage’s photo op was absolutely pitiful and much of the ridicule it was greeted with hilarious, we may be falling into a bit of a trap, […]

16 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

English Defense League (EDL) founder Tommy Robinson has lost his case against the Cambridgeshire police after claiming to have harassed him by bringing him out of a pub. Mr. Robinson, who appeared in court under his real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, claimed that the Cambridgeshire police had targeted him for his beliefs. He was in a […]

16 Mar 19
Fighting for Justice

  Tommy Robinson has lost a court case in which he claimed he was a victim of police harassment when he was asked to leave a pub, with the judge telling him he is “not as well known as he or his supporters might think”. The far-right figurehead – whose request to address the court […]