FACES OF HATRED.
THESE are the thugs that shamed Britain Britain (brĭt`ən), alternate term for Great Britain, comprised of England, Scotland, and Wales. Often used synonymously with the United Kingdom, the name Britain is derived from Britannia, .
The Mirror is asking you to help expose the mindless idiots who ran amok Amok (ā`mŏk), in the Bible, post-Exilic Jewish family. in Copenhagen Copenhagen (kō`pənhā'gən, –hä'gən), Dan. København (kö'bənhoun`), city (1992 pop. 464,566; metropolitan area 1,339,395), capital of Denmark and of Copenhagen co. .
Do you recognise any of these faces?
Is one your neighbour or workmate? Does one drink in your local?
These men were clearly involved in violent clashes that shocked genuine football fans. They must be taught that there can be no hiding place No Hiding Place is a British television series produced by Associated-Rediffusion for the ITV network between 16th September 1959 and 22nd June 1967.
The series followed the cases of Detective Chief Superintendent Tom Lockhart (Raymond Francis) at Scotland Yard. for such scum.
Not one of them deserves your protection.
They have to learn how to behave abroad instead of dragging our name through the mud every time a leather ball is kicked on foreign soil.
It is your duty to shop them.
DO IT TODAY.