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The so called blackburn hooligans are at Blackburn Magistrates Court tommorow to contest the banning orders bestowed upon them. I just cant believe that there is such a thing as a Blackburn hooligans cult in or around Ewood Park on matchdays. Just think how much this is costing me and you in taxes, apparentley Lancashire constabulary had been given £5 million to stop Blackburn Rovers Hooligans from going to Portugal in the summer of 2004, and yet they they failed to do that, and they still have the nerve to go through with the banning orders just as a matter of principle from what i can gather. What good can come out of this, 15 people banned from going to ewood park, which will costs £5 Million and to top it off it the policeman who is pursuing these banning orders was in court himself earlier in the year, and was accused of being a racist. is it really worth it £5MILLION to ban 15 people i dont think so DO YOU.

Has anybody else come accross or seen violence in or around ewood park on a matchday, i certainly have not.

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Are these "Blackburn Hooligans" the very same Blackburn Youth who are just a bunch of idiotic little children running about in burberry romper suits trying to cause trouble?

Wasn't there a web site set up by them a while ago which was nothing but racial rubbish and associated to Rovers merely by the fact that they went to few games?

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Are these "Blackburn Hooligans" the very same Blackburn Youth who are just a bunch of idiotic little children running about in burberry romper suits trying to cause trouble?

Wasn't there a web site set up by them a while ago which was nothing but racial rubbish and associated to Rovers merely by the fact that they went to few games?

Maybe but what trouble have they caused. I have not seen this web site myself, but £5million is a bit extreme to ban little kids running around in burberry romper suits isn't it.

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i remember BNP literature being handed out outside the old blackburn end, 13-15 years ago.

as far as i know Blackburn Youth were Mill Hill based gang that expired in the late 80's

most proper hooligans don't tend to bother going to the games any more- they jsut meet up and scrap outside, so what good it'll do stopping them getting in i don't know.

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i remember BNP literature being handed out outside the old blackburn end, 13-15 years ago.

as far as i know Blackburn Youth were Mill Hill based gang that expired in the late 80's

most proper hooligans don't tend to bother going to the games any more- they jsut meet up and scrap outside, so what good it'll do stopping them getting in i don't know.

EXACTLY WASTE OF MONEY.

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Are these not the result of the trouble in the Postal Order after the ManU game last season?

These banning order are largely pointless, they banned a load of PNE hooligans but even the Evening Post noted the fact that these lads didn't go on the games just drank in the nearby pubs and then waited for the away fans. The court banned them from the ground but not the surrounding area so they could carry on doing exactly the same as before.

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Are these not the result of the trouble in the Postal Order after the ManU game last season?

These banning order are largely pointless, they banned a load of PNE hooligans but even the Evening Post noted the fact that these lads didn't go on the games just drank in the nearby pubs and then waited for the away fans. The court banned them from the ground but not the surrounding area so they could carry on doing exactly the same as before.

That is a very good point. Surely you are going to get more of these people consuming a LOT more alchohol in and around the town centre, or even around the train station which is very daangerous. I think its more risky to ban these people, at least you know where they are if they are in the ground.

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It’s pathetic to see people who call themselves “football supporters” who aren’t bothered at all about watching the game and all they’re bothered about is looking for fights all day.

If it’s them who I’m thinking of, I have seen them a few times, I can remember them giving the finger to Bolton fans as they were getting escorted by Police outside the Reebok a while back.

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i wouldnt believe everything you read in the press mate. There is no way in this world that we have £5 mill available to combat football hooligans in blackburn!

The Goverment have funded Lancashire Constabulary the £5Million to get rid of football hooligans before the European Championships, which didnt happen

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i wouldnt believe everything you read in the press mate.  There is no way in this world that we have £5 mill available to combat football hooligans in blackburn!

The Goverment have funded Lancashire Constabulary the £5Million to get rid of football hooligans before the European Championships, which didnt happen

where did you read this?

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i wouldnt believe everything you read in the press mate.  There is no way in this world that we have £5 mill available to combat football hooligans in blackburn!

The Goverment have funded Lancashire Constabulary the £5Million to get rid of football hooligans before the European Championships, which didnt happen

where did you read this?

The lancashire Evening Telegraph

The Times

Citizen

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i wouldnt believe everything you read in the press mate.  There is no way in this world that we have £5 mill available to combat football hooligans in blackburn!

The Goverment have funded Lancashire Constabulary the £5Million to get rid of football hooligans before the European Championships, which didnt happen

where did you read this?

The lancashire Evening Telegraph

The Times

Citizen

Actually you deserve all you get.

Of course you neglect to mention that you are one of those 17 who the Police have applied for banning orders against. Good riddance to bad rubbish.

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First published on Thursday 29 April 2004:

Judge hits out at soccer bans trial

A JUDGE has criticised police over moves to ban alleged football hooligans from travelling to Euro 2004 in Portugal.

District judge Paul Firth asked why it had taken police five months to bring the matter to court and why the prosecution then expected the defence to be ready to conduct trials in just three weeks.

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First published on Thursday 29 April 2004:

Judge hits out at soccer bans trial

A JUDGE has criticised police over moves to ban alleged football hooligans from travelling to Euro 2004 in Portugal.

District judge Paul Firth asked why it had taken police five months to bring the matter to court and why the prosecution then expected the defence to be ready to conduct trials in just three weeks.

He didnt criticise the police for bringing the banning orders against the idiots, just the way that they had done it.

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First published on Thursday 29 April 2004:

Judge hits out at soccer bans trial

A JUDGE has criticised police over moves to ban alleged football hooligans from travelling to Euro 2004 in Portugal.

District judge Paul Firth asked why it had taken police five months to bring the matter to court and why the prosecution then expected the defence to be ready to conduct trials in just three weeks.

He didnt criticise the police for bringing the banning orders against the idiots, just the way that they had done it.

I totally understand that

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First published on Thursday 29 April 2004:

Judge hits out at soccer bans trial

A JUDGE has criticised police over moves to ban alleged football hooligans from travelling to Euro 2004 in Portugal.

District judge Paul Firth asked why it had taken police five months to bring the matter to court and why the prosecution then expected the defence to be ready to conduct trials in just three weeks.

He didnt criticise the police for bringing the banning orders against the idiots, just the way that they had done it.

I totally understand that

If you totally understand that then why highlight it then. What is the point you are trying to make. The police are incompetent? No argument from me. Football hooligans should be left to their own devices as they cause no real harm do they? rollocks.

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