Danny Dyer travels to Europe and South America exposing the truth behind international football hooliganism. In search of the world's most bitterly fought clashes, Danny meets the top boys,... See full summary »
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Danny Dyer delves into the social history and sub culture of football hooliganism over the past 50 years in this 6 part documentary series. Inspired by the film The Football Factory in which he starred, Dyer embarks on a journey into football's violent heartlands, where he discovers the firms, their main men, the stories of their major battles, as well as the culture, fashion and music that surrounds them.Written by
Excellent examination of football hooliganism in the UK
Danny Dyer takes you to meet the real top boys and hooligan firms throughout the UK. If you loved The Football Factory, and want to know more about some of the UK's top hooligan firms, this series does it with terrific coverage of the casual movement, the most intense derbies, and the tactics of the Old Bill in confronting football violence.
Dyer is the perfect presenter for the series, as he is an ardent fan of West Ham United, F.C., a club with passionate fans and a history of football hooliganism. That passion and love for the game come through with every fixture he attends and every pint he shares with the top boys.
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