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Feyenoord fans sightseeing in Rome.

Seems like the whole world is well prepared to apply sarcasm about Italian behavior being it about driving, eating or you name it.

This is what happens when civilized and well behaved foreigners come to my hometown.

Sorry for those of you that were never in Rome before: it won't be the same from now on. Enjoy!
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Re: Feyenoord fans sightseeing in Rome.

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Seems like the whole world is well prepared to apply sarcasm about Italian behavior being it about driving, eating or you name it.

This is what happens when civilized and well behaved foreigners come to my hometown.

Sorry for those of you that were never in Rome before: it won't be the same from now on. Enjoy!
May we kindly refer you to the Metro thread? Confirms the fact that 99% of the world's population already knows. Wanton violence by hooligans posing as soccer fans may lead to racist taunts/violence against any living soul/urinating in public/conflict for the sheer hell of it.

Some people collect stamps as a hobby. Sticking them in albums. Hooligans like stamps too, mainly on other people's heads and are equally proficient at receiving them too when the police kick their butts.
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Old 20.02.2015, 13:14
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Re: Feyenoord fans sightseeing in Rome.

See what happens when you take the Dutch away from their blow.
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Old 20.02.2015, 13:18
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Re: Feyenoord fans sightseeing in Rome.

Italian football also has its awful hooliganism problems. Not just the Dutch and English
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Italian football also has its awful hooliganism problems. Not just the Dutch and English
Glasshouses and all that!

Example of Roma fans

Not to be out down, Lazio
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May we kindly refer you to the Metro thread? Confirms the fact that 99% of the world's population already knows. Wanton violence by hooligans posing as soccer fans may lead to racist taunts/violence against any living soul/urinating in public/conflict for the sheer hell of it.

Some people collect stamps as a hobby. Sticking them in albums. Hooligans like stamps too, mainly on other people's heads and are equally proficient at receiving them too when the police kick their butts.
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So basically insulting someone or destroying hundred-years-old monuments and laying siege to one of the most touristic places in the world (Trinità dei Monti staircase) and, while you're in the process, put in danger the tourists that paid good money to be there is equally dreadful.

Good to know.
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Old 20.02.2015, 13:57
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Re: Feyenoord fans sightseeing in Rome.

Arrigo Sacchi: ‘I’m not racist … but there are too many blacks in youth teams’

http://www.theguardian.com/football/...ks-youth-teams
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