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Football Flares: Young Fans Are 'Used As Mules'


Premier League officials made the claim as a new campaign is launched warning fans of the dangers posed by setting off flares and smokebombs inside grounds.

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It is an illegal continental football craze that has been catching on at English grounds all too quickly. And the authorities have had enough. This incident happened at Aston Villa’s home game against Tottenham at the end of October. An assistant referee struck on the neck by a flare. Those who use pyrotechnics at matches often describe them as harmless fun. No so, says one mother whose 8-year-old son was hit and burnt by a smoke bomb before last season’s Merseyside derby at Anfield.

My husband took him to be treated by St. John’s ambulance and brought him to his seat, but he was too shaken to stay, he left before the game started.

The use of flares at games is commonplace in Europe, and it’s a growing trend in English football. In 2010-2011, there were 8 incidents in the hall of the top 4 divisions, the football conference and the domestic cup competitions. The following year, it rose to 72, last year it jumped farther to 172. And last season there were 71 arrests for possession of flares, a rise of 154%.

Fans were getting a bit fed up of it, fans were saying look, we thought this was a laugh first, but you know, it isn’t, we’re worried about it, we don’t want them near us, we certainly don’t wanna bring our kids to matches, and that’s a big concern, and people understand they don’t wanna bring their children to a match, they think there’s gonna be flares or smoke bombs going off near them, people are really affected by the smoke, people often just can’t see the game. And that gets really irritating for people.

Researchers found that children as young as 8 have been caught smuggling flares on behalf of adults.

Well, this new campaign has the backing of the premier league, the football league and the football association, and its message could not be any more simple—by all means, come and support your team, but if you even try to get any kind of pyrotechnic into a ground, you will be arrested.

Some clubs are already using specially trained dogs to catch the culprits before they get inside the ground, like here at Manchester United’s recent clash against arsenal. A trainer posing as a fan is picked out for an extra search because the dog has detected the scent of the firework.

Andy Brady, Sky News.
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[Homework]2013-12-07 英超再现足球流氓 球迷向边裁扔烟花致其受伤

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[Homework]2013-12-07 英超再现足球流氓 球迷向边裁扔烟花致其受伤

It is an illegal continental football craze that is catching on its English ground all too quickly and the authority has had enough. This incident happened at Aston Villa's home game against Tottomham at the end of October. An assistant referee struke on the neck by a flare. Those who use pyrotechnics at matches often describe them as harmless fun. Not so. says one mother, whose 8-year-old son was hit and burnt by a smokebomb before last season's Merseyside derby at Anfield.
My husband took him to be treated by St.John's ambulance and brought him back to the seat, but it was too shaken to stay, so we left before the game started.
The use of flares at games is commonplace in Europe, and it's a growing trend in English football. In 2010, 2011, there were 8 incidents in the whole of the top four divisions, the football conference and the domestic cup competitions. Following year, it rose to 72. Last year, it jumped farther to a 172. And last season, there was 71 arrested for possession of flares, arised of 154 percent.
Fans were getting a bit fed up of it. Fans were saying look, we felt it was a laugh at first. You know, it isn't, we are worried about it. We don't want them near us, so we certainly don't want to bring our kids to match. It's not a big concern people think that they don't want to bring their children to match. They think it's going to be flares of smoke bombs going off near them. People are feeling really affected by the smoke. People often can't see the game. And that gets really irriating for people.
Researchers found the children as young as eight has been caught smuggling flares on behalf of adults.
Well, this new campaign has the backing of the premier league, the football league and football association. And its message could not be any more simple.
By all means, common support your team, but if you even try to get any kind of pyrotechnic into a ground, you'll be arrested.
Some clubs are already using specially trained dogs to catch the culprits before they getting inside the ground, like here at Manchester United's recent against Arsenal. A trainer posing as a fan is picked out for an extra research because the dog has detected the scent for firework.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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It is an illegal continental football craze that is catching on at English grounds all too quickly, and the authorities have had enough. This incident happened at Aston Villa’s home game against Tottenham at the end of October. An assistant referee struck on the neck by a flare. Those who use pyrotechnics at matches often describe them as harmless fun.

Not so, says one mother whose eight-year-old son was hit and burned by a smoke bomb before last season’s Merseyside derby at Anfield.

“My husband took him to be treated by St. John’s ambulance and brought him back to the seat. But he was too shaken to stay, so we left before the game started.”

The use of flares at games is commonplace in Europe, and it’s a growing trend in English football. In 2010/2011, there were eight incidents in the hall of the top four divisions, the football conference and the domestic cup competitions. The following year, it rose to 72. Last year, it jumped further to 172. And last season, there were 71 arrests for possession of flares, a rise of 154%.

Fans were getting a bit fed up of it, fans were saying: “Look, we thought this was a laugh first, but you know, it isn’t. We’re worried about it, we don’t want them near us, we certainly don’t wanna bring our kids to matches, and that’s a big concern, and people understand they don’t wanna bring their children to a match, they think there’s gonna be flares or smoke bombs going off near them. People have been really affected by the smoke, people often just can’t see the game. And that gets really irritating for people.”

Researchers found children as young as eight have been caught smuggling flares on behalf of adults.

“Well, this new campaign has the backing of the Premier League, the Football League, the Football Association, and its message could not be any more simple -- by all means, come and support your team. But if you even try to get any kind of pyrotechnic into ground, you will be arrested.”

“Molly, watch this. Molly.”

Some clubs are already using specially trained dogs to catch the culprits before they get inside the ground. Like here at Manchester United’s recent clash against Arsenal. A trainer posing as a fan is picked out for an extra search because the dog has detected the scent of firework.

Enda Brady, Sky News.
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