Updated 29 January 2002, 10.23
Have football fans got too violent?
During a footie match on Saturday Liverpool player Jamie Carragher was shown the red card for throwing a coin back into the crowd at Arsenal.
Do you feel safe at football matches?
Or do you think the crowds need to be more controlled and better behaved?
I am a big footie fan but all this violence has put me right off going to live matches.
Ceejay , 12, Hamilton
I think people who throw things on the pitch should be banned from watching games but I don't think it was right when Carragher threw it back into the crowd.
Gemma, 12, Hurst Green
On the whole, football fans are very responsible but it only take one idiot to ruin it for everyone. As for Jamie Carragher he will be dealt with appropriately, I am sure.
Tom, 14, Leicester
If I was playing football and I got a coin thrown at me I'd be tempted to throw it back, but he should have resisted the temptation because he really could have hurt someone.
Francesca, 15, Cheshire
I think the fans should respect the players and not through objects at them and if they do they should be banned or fined.
Grace, 13, Freshwater
I think bad referees are spoiling the game completely! Carragher shouldn't have thrown the coin back in the crowd though and it shouldn't have been thrown in the first place!
Emily, 13, Barnsley
I don't like football but throwing things out of crowds is not necessary. I think Carragher shouldn't have thrown it back but shouldn't have got a red card!
Rachel, 10, London
I love football and I watched that game because I support Arsenal. I think Carragher was very wrong. I hope footballers get there act together for the good of the game.
Bilal Goni, 13, Colchester
I think that violence at football matches is wrong because after all it is only a game and it always will be!
Bethany, 10, Hereford
I think that what happened at Sunday's football was definitely wrong on both parts.
Victoria Fairfax, 16, Rowley Regis
I hate football matches. I've only ever been to one match and people were fighting. It really scared the life out of me - there was swearing, people were hitting each other, and some were throwing bricks. I've never been back since.
Sarah, 14, Grimsby
In the end the football players always get done for retaliating.
Sarah, 13, Leeds
I think that Jamie Carragher was wrong to throw the coin back, but I think that any fans who throw coins, cans or bottles should be banned from stadia forever as they encourage violence.
Oliver Cable, 11, Ipswich
I think the football fans are not too violent, more a bit too over excited. There should be more rules to stop incidents like this happening again.
Annam, 13, Manchester
The game as turned into a disgrace. How as it come to this? Fans throwing things at players is bad enough but when players retaliate its not setting a good example to others. Now you are going to get young kids throwing things at an under 13's match on Sunday mornings because they have seen their idols do it on Saturdays. Something's got to be done and fast.
Karen, 16, Accrington in Lancashire
I don't blame him for throwing it back.
Miranda Callaby, 12, Uxbridge
I think it was wrong of someone to throw a coin at Jamie Carragher, but he's a role model and he should not have thrown it back.
Ben, 11, Lyme Regis
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