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Hooligans & Thugs: Soccer's Most Violent Fan Fights (2003)

Video  -  Documentary  -  9 September 2003 (USA)
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Documentary looking at soccer hooligans around in the UK and around the world.


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Gilbert Montoya ...
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Documentary looking at soccer hooligans around in the UK and around the world.

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Apologies...? I don't think so??
27 November 2005 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

What can i say?? i feel as a UK citizen, after watching this, that the British owe the world a huge apology for our behaviour.....THEN i look at the rest of the world...! and whilst the stigma of hooliganism seems to have perpetrated from the UK in the 70's,,,if not earlier? i look to countries like Argentina, Italy, Germany, yes even the USA, China and most particularly Holland where the British may have led the way, but are now far exceeded by the excesses of our counterparts. The British appear to be a unique island race that seem to detest any form of oppression, and instead of negotiating, on the contrary, seem to meet violence with violence. Throughout history, Britian pre-empts aggression with oppression and 'do unto others before they do it to you' mentality. As a so called 'Brit' i abhor violence and the cowardice of picking on any kind of underdog. In fact i have got into trouble for protecting underdogs, and believe the 'British Empire' is a stain on our history. BUT that does not mean successive generations have to keep apologising for our ancestors behaviour. This documentary is simply a diary of a time in the UK which nobody is proud of, except the morons that partake. due to factors such as margaret thatcher, deliberate lower case, miner's strike, close knit communities in close proximity to other communities, where else do you get two major cities 30 miles apart? it is feasible this disease spread so quickly..... i ask the rest of the world.....what is your excuse???

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