Soccer is history. The story has chapters of soccer. Disasters are part of history. And, in a violent way, these three have been related.

Not only in America, not only in Europe. Around the world.

We love talking about football as a globalizing phenomenon. Well, external factors that do not benefit are also globalized, and much more than you think.

However, when analyzing violence in football (and sport, in general) we find a key factor: the fans.

On occasion, I’ve wondered if the «bars» or ultras really influence something positive.

Seriously, I do …

This article could be considered an open letter to groups of fans in the world, especially those who ‘kill for their club’.

Support or extra charge?

First, I thank the internet for being able to call them «morons» and not be censored.

By the way, morons!

Second, I recommend analyzing. You yourselves, fanatics. And also all those who are not part of these groups. What is the end?

What was the purpose of throwing objects at the Boca Juniors bus?

What is the purpose of hurting another fan?

Different countries go through a phenomenon that little by little destroys football: fanatics to commit a crime. There are many individuals who take advantage of situations and contexts of support, to commit misdeeds.

They are not fanatics, they are animals.

Although in America the case is more striking, it happens all over the world. The difference is in the police bodies, and that in the most affected continent, they are usually part of what they «fight».

After losing the most attractive final of Copa Libertadores and seeing the wounded in Greece during the AEK – Ajax, it is time to think. Analyze.

There are no short-term solutions without studying the situation.

In one day, violence is not eradicated, but in a day-to-day job, it does decreases.

As a media, we make a call and we become aware.

What are you doing?

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