Violence Erupts In Streets As Moronic Hoodlums Clash Before Man City’s Champions League Tie Against Sevilla (Video)

Chris Wright

21st, October 2015



Photo: Cavendish Press (via Mirror Football)

It’s with our heads hung that we’re reporting that violence has broken out in Manchester this evening mere hours before the Champions League game between Man City and Sevilla.

Twitter is currently awash with photos and footage of people scuffling in the streets, hurling chairs at one another and generally behaving like utter louts…

According to the Daily Mail, five fans have been arrested on suspicion of violent disorder and at least one man is thought to have suffered a head injury amid the fray.

Greater Manchester Police confirmed that at least three of them were Polish football fans, rather than supporters of either Manchester City or Sevilla, while the man treated for a head injury was Spanish.

Truly pathetic. There’s nothing like a football match to coax the moron fringe out of the woodwork.

In a case of spectacularly poor timing, Sevilla’s official Twitter account went and praised the “good atmosphere” in Manchester roughly five minutes after reports of disturbances began filtering through…

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  1. Ron says:

    Fucking pathetic. I’ve gotten into a fight while COMPETING, but I have absolutely zero fucking interest in getting in a fight over some pro squad’s match. Goddamn, why do we have to share the planet with such scumbags?

    I honestly can’t fathom feeling this level of attachment to a bunch of well-paid dudes I’ve never met…

  2. Pete says:

    If you think football violence has anything to do with the game or teams themselves you are mistaken. It’s a lot of drunken half wits looking to brawl to add some excitement to their shitty lives. The only part where the teams come into it is to decide who you’re fighting next.

  3. Alan says:

    What a clown this writer is!! Polish (he even knows this as he’s wrote it) fan kick off with Spanish fans and he is putting it on City fans? If anyone should ‘hang there head in shame’ it’s this writer!

  4. ERG1008 says:

    Nowt to do with City fans this one, Chris.

  5. Chris Wright says:

    Article has been revised.

  6. HeavyRiffs says:

    Article may have been revised, but it shouldn’t have been published until you were aware of all the facts. Anything other than that is mere conjecture and speculation and you’ve been rightly ridiculed for it.
    Aided in no small that there’s been no hint of an apology either.
    Vote with your feet folks, there’s an option on NewsNow to block publications, this seems ripe for that.

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