hooligan


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delinquent

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a person who treats others violently and roughly, especially for hire

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e Hooligan Factory will be in cinemas across the UK from the end of this week.
The book, NME, From the Bender Squad to the Gremlins, Inside Newcastle's Football Hooligan Firm, is released on October 31 and will be available from The Back Page shop on St Andrew's Street, Newcastle.
There were a number of incidents of hooliganism last year and many Scottish clubs still have active hooligans following them.
FUN-LOVING Irish soccer fans face brutal local hooligans when they arrive in Poland next summer.
Unite Against Fascism has widely condemned the groups as being made up of far-right sympathisers and hardcore soccer hooligans intent on causing racial unrest.
Vince Alm, of Cardiff City Supporters' Club, said: "We have had a hooligan problem for the last 25 years but things have improved remarkably over recent years.
There were stars, a thud and the leader of the fourth-form hooligans was on his knees.
The 18-stone self-confessed football hooligan had been a member of one of the UK's most feared mobs, the Middlesbrough Frontline.
According to the BBC, fears that members of Birmingham City's hooligan gang, the Zulus, might attend the event led to its cancellation by the licensee after consultation with police.
Football hooligan dolls in Aston Villa colours being aimed at children as young as three have outraged Villa bosses and the Premier League.
Last night's Panorama special showed England's hooligan firms in all their gory: singing racist songs, beating up innocent bystanders and being offensive to everyone they came across.
A known football hooligan was arrested at Liverpool's John Lennon Airport yesterday (8 June).
A SELF-confessed football hooligan spoke yesterday of his plans to go to Germany for the World Cup without a ticket.
I didn't know much about hooligan culture,'' says Wood, who trained for three weeks to become ``Green Street's'' convincing brawler.
Crown Prosecutor Nick Hawkins said fines were "not appropriate" for dealing with the hooligan problem.