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Australia has no 'soccer hooligan' problem – but we need a ...

Comparable traditions of organised hooliganism don’t exist in any Australian spectator sport, including soccer.

Australian Football Hooliganism - YouTube

A short video featuring some clips of football hooliganism in Australia...

Casual Fridays: The Legacy of Australian Hooligan Culture

Well, to us "shirts" or civilians, they're just football hooligans. The whole thing started in the late 70s, when football hooliganism was bred in the terraces of the English Football League.

Football hooliganism is non-existent in Australia

The Adelaide fans partaking in this touching show of defiance were the core supporter group, the ‘Red Army’ (the media would call them ‘hooligans’).

The Shoot Farken Guide to naming and shaming Australia’s ...

The description of offences committed above is classic football hooligan behaviour. A group of young men, many from “respectable” families, using the camouflage of club loyalty, getting their vicarious weekend kicks by attacking barrackers who have come in this instance from South Melbourne with the “purpose of cheering their team and to discourage Fitzroy.”

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Football hooliganism - Wikipedia

Football hooliganism or soccer hooliganism constitutes violent or belligerent behaviour perpetrated by spectators at association football events. Football hooliganism normally involves conflict between gangs, in English known as football firms (derived from the British slang for a criminal gang), formed to intimidate and attack supporters of other teams.

'Soccer hooligans' of the Herald Sun’s making

In 2011, I attempted to warn then-Victorian Police Superintendent Rod Wilson and Australian soccer’s governing body, Football Federation Australia, from “amplifying the actions of a few unruly ...

Hooligans In Australia - YouTube

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Where to next for football in Australia?

Active support, ‘soccer hooligans’ and ultras. What do these terms mean to the average football supporter? To the mainstream media, the disaster that is ‘soccer hooliganism’ in England and ...