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What can be done about football hooliganism?

Postby TalkingPoint » Tue Aug 05, 2003 4:11 pm

What can be done about football hooliganism? Is football hooliganism a real problem? If so, what should governments do to stop it?

hooligan (noun) = a violent (young) troublemaker
hooliganism (noun) = the action and behaviour of hooligans
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Zero

What to do about football hooligans.

Postby Zero » Fri Aug 29, 2003 11:22 pm

Shoot them!

But first...hang, draw and quarter them.

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Postby ttj88 » Sat Oct 11, 2003 7:42 am

they must be punished

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Postby ttj88 » Sat Oct 11, 2003 7:42 am

they must be punished

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Re: What can be done about football hooliganism?

Postby Guest » Tue Oct 21, 2003 11:33 am

I think that hooliganism is a social phenomenon and it's a result rather than a cause. I agree with most people ideas about the fact that they must be punished. But, 'crime and punishment' is a delicate topic. In the fact of holiganism, we should also think the real reasons under the surface such as poor life conditions, dissatisfaction in their lives, a world without love and the system that says some people 'sorry you are the victims, you have no chance to live better like others'. I think it is very hard to cope with holiganism. It needs radical solutions which may affect the source of the crime in society. You can not take holiganism apart from the other criminal events. Moreover, you can not escape from the responsibility of the crime as a member of a society.

antony

Postby antony » Wed Oct 22, 2003 12:32 pm

My opinion about the hooliganism is that hooligans sent away people from stadium and do bad to their teams.

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Postby Guest » Wed Oct 29, 2003 3:28 pm

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hooliganism

Postby too drunk » Sun Nov 23, 2003 11:12 pm

the boys just want to have fun drinking beer and cheer! :D

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Re: What can be done about football hooliganism?

Postby awang » Tue Nov 25, 2003 8:03 am

Talking Point wrote:What can be done about football hooliganism?

Some people think that football hooligans are a menace to society. They think that they should go to prison for a long time. Some countries - England, for example, where many of the hooligans seem to come from - try to stop known hooligans travelling to matches. But many people argue that this is a weak response to a serious problem.

What are your views?

Is football hooliganism a real problem?
If so, what should governments do to stop it?

hooligan (noun) = a violent (young) troublemaker
hooliganism (noun) = the action and behaviour of hooligans
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Postby Golgotha » Mon Dec 15, 2003 8:04 am

It's their own bussiness I think. If the law is unable to punish 'em, let them be 8) .

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Postby leen@rasel » Sat Jun 18, 2005 3:15 pm

well this is for sure a big problem and i think that the governments are trying thier best in terms of security but the media must play a big rule in making these groups aware that this is JUST A GAME and that these violent actions will lead them to death some times :x irealy think that some of those people have mental problems and this should be put in mind

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Postby Coolfish » Wed Jun 29, 2005 2:25 am

I like soccer. It's a kind of sport which could make people very excited.
But I think football hooliganism is for sure a real problem, too. In some country, such as England, it is especially remarkable, whereas other countries do have, but much less remarkable. I think these countries should find the real problem under the surface, and what makes football hooliganism to be so violent in your regions ?

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Postby Etore » Wed Jun 29, 2005 2:20 pm

In my opinion, hard punishment is the way to stop them.
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