Murder Due to Eastern European Hooliganism

By | September 29, 2009

I came across a post about a Frenchman who suffered extreme injuries while traveling to Serbia to watch Toulouse take on Partizan Belgrade. Its from a blog that I check out daily called The blog brings up an interesting point that offenses like this cannot go unpunished, but its difficult to punish a club for what happened outside of its jurisdiction (a bar in this case). To resolve this dilemma the writer suggests that football as a whole needs to start being taken less seriously. This was an interesting opinion from a blog which does all it can to promote football from all across the world (visit it and you’ll see what I mean).

One thought on “Murder Due to Eastern European Hooliganism

  1. Evan Richards

    In the U.S. there is american football and baseball hooliganism, occasionally. Strictly territorial. Nothing like the political groups involved in European hooliganism. However, I will say that sports fanaticism is a working class phenomenon.


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