On April 27, 2013, we went to see Julie take questions at the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo at McCormick Place, in Chicago.
Dunning, Eric, Patrick J. Murphy, and John Williams. By the time a police horse had managed to clear the pitch, seven constables were injured and the north goal was broken. Cass Pennant, who was a general of the ICF, has published several books about his time in the firm — he survived being shot three times in a feud with another football gang.  A steward died after serious clashes between firms from Aston Villa and Queens Park Rangers after a League Cup game in September 2004. , Use of bovver boots in football hooliganism was countered in 2012 by warnings to fans that they would have to remove such boots in order to attend football matches. Play now. Be anything but an architect" - Kurt Vonnegut. , —The Glasgow Herald on English hooliganism in Europe, 1 June 1984, On 11 May 1985 (the same day as the Bradford City stadium fire) a 14-year-old boy died at St Andrew's stadium when fans were pushed by police onto a wall which subsequently collapsed following crowd violence at a match between Birmingham City and Leeds United. But I did follow the Blues throughout the following 1988/89 season, both home and away in the original Second Division. From the 2000s Hooliganism has declined in Scotland but Aberdeen, Dundee Utility, Celtic, Hibernian, Hearts, Motherwell, Partick Thistle, Airdrie, St. Mirren and Rangers still have a number of hooligans. We owe them, for what we allowed to happen to them.’ – Carrol Walsh, Liberator, 37 Snapshots of Manchester In The 1970s Via: MMU, "Advice my father gave me: never take liquor into the bedroom. [nb 1] The fighting that day was described by Justice Popplewell, during the Popplewell Committee investigation into football in 1985, as more like "the Battle of Agincourt than a football match". But they've also been involved in serious fighting in recent years. He claims the Dutch police kicked him to the floor and stamped on his leg, breaking it, during the fighting that occurred before and after the matchDate: 30/05/1974, Stripped to the waist, a man is led away by police at Brisbane Road ground before the League Division Two match between Orient and Manchester United on the opening day of the 1974/75 season.Date: 17/08/1974, Police in Action at Chelsea. But even more recently, Headhunters were among the 300 hooligans who smashed up shops and cafes in Paris in 2014. (Ap Photo/Str/Jacques Langevin)Date: 16/06/1982, Soccer – FA Cup – Fifth Round – Chelsea v Liverpool – Stamford BridgePolice try to hold back Chelsea fans as they surge across the terraces towards opposing Liverpool fans.Date: 13/02/1982, Hooligans Arsenal v VillaPolice wrestle a spectator to the ground after fighting broke out at Highbury during the match between Arsenal and Aston Villa.Date: 02/05/1981, Hooligans Arsenal v VillaFighting on the pitch at Highbury during the match between Arsenal and Aston Villa.Date: 02/05/1981, Soccer – Canon League Division One – Queens Park Rangers v Arsenal – Loftus RoadFans are led away by police after fighting broke out in the crowdDate: 01/10/1983, Soccer – European Championship – Group Two – England v BelgiumEngland fans riot in TurinDate: 12/06/1980, Soccer – Football League Division One – Liverpool v Tottenham HotspurA Tottenham fan is escorted past the Anfield Road end by police after having a dart thrown at him by hooligansDate: 06/12/1980, occer – Football League Division Two – West Ham United v ChelseaThe West Ham United goalmouth is covered by fans who spilt onto the pitch after fighting erupted on the terraces behind the goalDate: 14/02/1981, Soccer – European Championships 1988 – West GermanyAn England fan is loaded into the back of a police van after an outbreak of violence in the streets of Frankfurt the day after England were knocked out of the tournamentDate: 19/06/1988, Soccer – European Championships – Euro 88 West Germany – Group Two – Netherlands v England – RheinstadionAn England fan is arrested after England and Holland fans fought running battles in the streets of Dusseldorf before the gameDate: 15/06/1988, Soccer – FA Cup – Third Round – Arsenal v Millwall – HighburyAn injured Policeman is stretchered away following crowd violence ahead of kick-off.Date: 09/01/1988, ccer – FA Cup – Third Round – Arsenal v Millwall – HighburyPolice handle a fan who has been pulled out of the crowd at the start of the match.Date: 09/01/1988.