Olympiakos - Panathinaikos riot

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  1. El_Pato Nunca Caminaras Solo

    Greek league match abandoned after rioting Panathinaikos fans clash with police

    By Sportsmail Reporter
    PUBLISHED: 04:02 EST, 19 March 2012 | UPDATED: 06:52 EST, 19 March 2012

    The Athens derby between Panathinaikos and Olympiakos was abandoned on Sunday after serious rioting broke out between home fans and the police.
    Police announced that 57 people had been detained and a further 20 arrested, while nine police officers were injured, two of them seriously.

    Mindless: Hundreds of fans went on the rampage and fires engulfed many sections of the stadium


    Clashes between police and fans started before the game, when hundreds of youths without tickets tried to enter the stadium. The conflict continued throughout, forcing the second half to start 35 minutes late.
    A group of about 200 hooded individuals were seated in a VIP section, next to the players' tunnel. Some of them carried clubs and iron bars. They were confronted by a line of riot police on the other side of a trough, who they attacked at halftime.

    Running battle: Nine police officers were injured in the riots - including two who were surrounded by a large group and beaten with sticks (below)


    At one stage, about 30 of the hooded hooligans isolated two policemen and attacked them with clubs and bars. The beating went on for about five minutes before another detachment of riot police came to their colleagues' rescue.
    In the second half, Panathinaikos fans set fire to seats in the upper and lower decks of the stadium. Referee Tassos Kakos then abandoned the game when firebombs were added to the mix of projectiles thrown at police and photographers.

    Abandoned: The referee eventually called a halt to proceedings as the battles raged in the stands


    The firebombs - which were also thrown at police outside the stadium - were water bottles filled with gasoline, liquid ammonia and sticks of dynamite.
    The stadium's electronic scoreboard caught fire and was damaged. Fire trucks entered the stadium's track to put out the fires but were attacked by fans, so trucks with water cannons were used instead.

    Ablaze: A number of large fires broke out around the stadium


    Olympiakos, four points ahead of Panathinaikos before the game, were leading 1-0 from Djamel Abdoun’s 51st-minute goal when trouble flared up.
    No Olympiakos fans attended the game at Olympic Stadium in accordance with a league policy not to allow visiting fans due to fears of violence.

    Fire damage: The electronic scoreboard was set alight and emergency services had to enter the ground to dampen the flames


    'We dedicated several thousand personnel to policing the game and we faced, beginning two hours before the game started, escalating attacks,' police spokesman Athanassios Kokalakis said.
    Sports general secretary Panos Bitsaxis said on television that the state had taken 'the best possible security measures' and accused football clubs of doing nothing to curb the fanatical supporters and of opposing the state's attempts to impose tougher sanctions.

    Arrests: police detained 57 with a further 20 arrested after the disturbing scenes at the Olympic Stadium


    Bitsaxis left open the option of postponing the next round.
    According to league rules, Panathinaikos is facing having three points deducted and a steep fine and could play several games in front of empty stands. They could also face a two-point deduction.

    Restoring order: police eventually brought the disturbance under control


    'The noise was so much that the players could not concentrate,' Olympiakos coach Ernesto Valverde said.
    'We had been co-operating with the police for almost a month in preparation for the game,' league general manager Michalis Anagnostou said. 'The result was not what we wished for.'
  2. El_Pato Nunca Caminaras Solo

  3. ChileanNole New Member

  4. broXcore headphone bleed make the shit sound real

    greek fans are fucking crazy
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  5. ChileanNole New Member

    Hooliganism is still alive and well in the Balkans and other Eastern European countries. Not to mention South America.
  6. zeberdee the city is my church

    just so I'm clear on this, they were rioting and beating the shit out of police during the first half, but it wasn't until firebombs started being thrown on the pitch in the second half that the match was abandoned? they need to start televising more of these games. I'd buy the next match on pay-per-view.
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  7. broXcore headphone bleed make the shit sound real

    that shit is fascinating to me

    red star - partizan derby would be so fucking crazy to attend
  8. ChileanNole New Member

    When i was watching International Football Factories, they showed hooliganism at basketball games in Greece, Turkey and the rest of the Balkans. Fucking nuts. Flares at basketball games.
  9. ChileanNole New Member

    Me too for some strange reason. I know is bad overall for the sport, it brings horrible attention and not to mention that many people get injured and even die. But I am fascinated by hooliganism.
  10. zeberdee the city is my church

    yea Real Football Factories International was awesome. I think the Turks were the most nuts on that iirc, but it's been a couple years.
  11. ChileanNole New Member

    Well he got shot at in Brazil. And Argentina was fucking nuts too, but yeah Turkey and the Balkans were crazy. Remember the dude that rape a fan from the opposing team I think it was in Serbia. Crazy shit.
  12. El_Pato Nunca Caminaras Solo

    Number 1 game I want to attend, besides a Liverpool game, would be Boca-River. My friends are too afraid to die though.
  13. Yer Grace Eat and Drink and Fuck and Shit

    I remember the Fenerbache fans chanting "WE WILL FUCK YOUR MOTHERS GALATASARAY" at one point.

    The Balkans episode was also apeshit.
  14. 514 Bing Bong (514)

  15. Corky Bucek Formerly known as TheFreak55

  16. prerecordedlive Fan of: hoofball, good hair, two-footed tackles

    Greece is just clicking on all cylinders these days. Model country if you ask me.
  17. OopsPowSurprise science

    link to this Real Football Factories?
  18. tne Now tagging people with spaces in their name

    cool stadium
  19. ChileanNole New Member

    Must attend before I die.
  20. ChileanNole New Member

    this is the first episode which is in London. In Season 1 he travels all over UK, in Season 2 all over the world. I think you can find links to all the episodes there too


    well i dont know why that link wont work but here try this:

    https://www.google.com/#q=real football factories&hl=en&prmd=imvns&source=univ&tbm=vid&tbo=u&sa=X&ei=uQFoT-OiOYSx0QGNjvGoCQ&sqi=2&ved=0CEoQqwQ&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=6f9a12109a728444&biw=1600&bih=775
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  21. prerecordedlive Fan of: hoofball, good hair, two-footed tackles

    Do you have a preference over whether or not you'll die there? No? Good.
  22. ChileanNole New Member

    are those links working at all?
  23. ChileanNole New Member

    Not at all. I would prefer to go to La Bombonera. If so I would wear all Boca stuff to blend in.
  24. ChileanNole New Member

    If the links dont work just search for real football factories on google and one of the video results is the first full episode in London. My bad.
  25. Yer Grace Eat and Drink and Fuck and Shit

    I'm pretty sure you can find them all on youtube, broken into 9 minute segments.
  26. animal_mother New Member

  27. Shocker A free born man of the USA

    I has fond memories of that place
  28. Charlie Sadler red ragin'

    Friend of mine plays in the Greek A1 basketball league. I visited him last year and saw him play, it was the wildest sports atmosphere I've ever been a part of. One side of the stadium is for the regular fans and the other is for the diehards/hooligans. 15 minutes before the game, the die hards started chanting (I guess like at soccer matches) and just going crazy in general. I was sitting next to my friend's agent (Greek-American) and asked him what they were saying and he said stuff along the lines of "Fuck your mother in the ass" and "we will rape your sister" among other things. Very loud and intimidating.

    During a game against Olympiakos earlier in the year, the die hards threw a flare on the court and stopped the game for 20 minutes.
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  29. Charlie Sadler red ragin'

    Game One of the Finals postponed, PAO's bus attacked - May 18, 2012

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    Game One of the Greek league Finals, which supposed to be played last night, is postponed. According to various sources, the Panathinaikos bus was attacked with stones and one window is broken. The Greek police and HEBA officials agreed to postpone the game. After the incident, Stratos Perperoglou (203-F-84) and Steven Smith (203-F-83, college: La Salle) went immediately to the hospital due to eye injuries. Fortunately, examinations showed no serious damage for the players. It is not known at this moment when the game will be played.


  30. ckl26 New Member

  31. Taques A right stylish cunt

    it's a shame that Livorno is total shit because Livorno/Lazio would be an interesting game to take in

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