Introduction: Heysel and after. Part 1 English fans in Spain; preparations for Spain; English fans in northern Spain; the behaviour of English fans in Northern Spain in non-football contexts; English fans in Madrid. Part 2 The behaviour and control of English fans at "one-off" continental matches: Aston Villa v Bayern Munich - crowd behaviour and crowd control at the 1982 European Cup Final; English fans in Copenhagen, September 1982. Conclusion: tackling the problem. Appendices: crowd disorders abroad reported in English newspapers in which no English teams or fans were involved; crowd disorders abroad reported in English newspapers in which English fans or players were recorded as the aggressors; crowd disorders abroad reported in English newspapers in which English fans or players were regarded as victims; a provisional scheme for limiting the occurrence of football hooligan behaviour by English fans at continental matches.
Hooligans Abroad: Behaviour and Control of English Fans in Continental Europe by John Williams
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