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HOOLIGANS

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Laura Sánchez

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
http://co.fotolog.com/historiasdfutbol/15934015/
http://barrabrava.net/historia/historia_del_movimiento_barra_brava.html
http://www.network54.com/Forum/149568/thread/1277940830/sanloforo.htm
HOOLIGANS
"MILLONARIOS"

The social differences produced by the Industrialization and the capitalism caused that several youth groups in England began to imitate Edward´s behavior generating disorder and social chaos.

The Edward´s bad example extended quickly in Germany, Italy, Holland, Turkey and Argentina and became official in the 1966 World Cup. In this tournament the hippies, rockers, rude boys and skins turn the football stadiums in battle fields.
HISTORY OF THE HOOLIGANS
In 1877 Edward Hooligan started this movement with his behavior, he was drunk, lazy, unemployed and he loved to start fights wich anyone.
He scandalize so much to the London society that everyone who was responsible for acts like that was called "Hooligan"
"BARRA BRAVA"
The term "barra brava" is used in Latin America to designate organized groups who was responsible for violent incidents inside and outside of football stadiums.
It appears in Argentina in 1960 and extended in all Latin America.
Generally the "barras bravas" use flags, linen and different musical instruments.
They are characterized by use the popular "tribunas" where there are not seats and the public has to see the game stand.

Even there are many "barras" in America they have common characteristics like the exaltation of force, the nationalism and the honor associate with the ability to fight

Traditionally the "barras bravas" are associated with the urban marginalization, drugs and alcohol.

Generally this "barras" are form by young people between fourteen and twenty five years
"BARRAS BRAVAS" IN COLOMBIA
This movement began in Colombia in the decade of 1990 for the rivalry between fans of clubs from Bogotá and Medellín, extending in the entire country. This became in violent actions and transcended sport stages
In the XXI century the Colombian "barras" had shown very important progress in the organization, and that is good because it bring representation for the clubs, free ticket for the events and patronages for the travels to other cities.
The "barras bravas" in Colombia are characterized by the Argentine influence. The linguistic terms, the activities in the stadiums and streets, the singing and the icons of the "barras" are the prove of the argentinization.

Duwan Fiquitiva
Laura Sánchez Yáñez
CA#13
In 1992 a group of SHARP and approximate thirty fans conformed a "barra" called BLUE RAIN and next to a "barra" called ULTRAZUL conformed COMANDOS AZULES #13.
The CA#13 began to be responsible of violent acts against the "barras" of other teams.
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