Now I can understand the fans wanting to defend their club's honour - they'd be mad not to!
But it doesn't mean that so many people have to be killed and hundreds injured because one team are sore losers.
Rioting costs thousands of pounds each year in repairs to property damaged in riot-related vandalism.
And rioting can even cost lives on both sides of the stand."
Here's what I think are some possible solutions to eventually phase
out the problem of football related violence and vandalism:
- threaten disorderly behaviour with heavy fines and lifetime bans from the
club and/or all international games
- if a player is egging on the crowd (eg spitting, making rude gestures),
then have him suspended (a red card straight off might make the matter worse)
- hire more stewards and police officers to keep an eye on each match
Saza, 14, Rotherham
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