Last weekend the ultra's of vak 410 (Ajax Amsterdam) protested against modern football. In there away game against RKC Waalwijk in the 25th minute there were balls kicked into the pitch from behind the stadium. At the same time there were many banners unfolded in the away stand. This to protest early games, commercial football the whole lot. Check out their site for all the pictures. Great work!
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In Germany games are played during week days to. Supporters aren't to happy with this. Like in lasts Mondays game of Fortuna Düsseldorf – Greuther Fürth. The supporters protest against these ridicules dates for matches. For more pictures check out: block24.
Its's just another fucking monday,
I wish it was saturday
During the game BIRKIRKARA - Hamrun banners where shown against modern football.
NO TO MODERN FOOTBALL
Now its not talking time, its time to keep our club at the top.
We are going to be gone fot a few days. But here is a good movie about Portsmouth FC to hold you guys over. Against modern football.
But not to anyone!
Union Berlin prove once again that there a cool club by a great advertising campaign. The club needs money to rebuild the stadium, but they make clear that they want to do this without commercial interference.
As part of the campaign there some controversial spots including Silvio Berlusconi, Sepp Blatter and Red Bull getting moked.
(Thanks to: www.indehekken.nl)
For our second movie day we have a documentary for you.
The Two Escobars
LOS 2 ESCOBAR (ENG subtitles) Pablo Escobar was the richest, most powerful drug kingpin in the world, ruling the Medellin Cartel with an iron fist. Andres Escobar was the biggest soccer star in Colombia. The two were not related, but their fates were inextricably - and fatally - intertwined. Pablo's drug money had turned Andres' national team into South American champions, favored to win the 1994 World Cup in Los Angeles. It was there, in a game against the U.S., that Andres committed one of the most shocking mistakes in soccer history, scoring an "own goal" that eliminated his team from the competition and ultimately cost him his life.
THE TWO ESCOBARS is a riveting examination of the intersection of sports, crime, and politics. For Colombians, soccer was far more than a game: their entire national identity rode on the success or failure of their team. Jeff and Michael Zimbalist's fast and furious documentary plays out on an ever-expanding canvas, painting a fascinating portrait of Pablo, Andres, and a country in the grips of a violent, escalating civil war.
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This is what we want to see.
Last weekend in Rotterdam!
Top commercial clubs.