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When The Crowd Turns Ugly 1964 to 2005
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Soccer - UEFA Champions League - Quarter Final - Second Leg - Juventus v Liverpool - Stadio Delle Alpi
Juventus fans hold up a message.Keep
A policeman with an Alsatian herds the Newcastle...Keep
Policemen apprehend one of the hundreds of...Keep
An injured fan is carried away as the police try...Keep
Leeds United fans riot at matchKeep
Leeds United fans riot at the European Cup Final...Keep
England fans riot in TurinKeep
Clouds of tear gas rise from the terraces behind...Keep
Belgium players wipe their eyes after Italian riot...Keep
Police move in as crowd trouble erupts at...Keep
Millwall fans riot, fighting pitched battles with...Keep
Liverpool fans square up to the police inside the...Keep
Riot police and Liverpool fans fighting inside the...Keep
Liverpool and Juventus fans fighting on the...Keep
Liverpool and Juventus fans clash on the terracesKeep
Riot policemen break up fighting between rival...Keep
Two Lansdowne Road officials carrying seat-backs...Keep
6.4.95. .................Real Zaragoza v Chelsea,...Keep
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