9000 wild bulkheads are flown to Rome, where Celtic tonight to defend the first place in their Europa Leauge group against Lazio and the Rome club's notorious fans.
It was late in the night two bulkheads expensive, as the pub, they partied on, was attacked by black and masked Lazio hooligans. Two Celtic fans are according to so far unconfirmed reports been stabbed – none of them have, however, been life-threatening to harm, saith the interim reports, as bl.a. The Daily Mail relays.
Two Celtic fans were in the night stabbed at The Flann O'Brien, who in the day is logically guarded by the police. Photo: Remo Casilli/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
the Lazio Ultras attacked the scots on the irish pub ’The Flann O'brien’, in which the scots thoroughly washed rejsestøvet of and in itself, after arrival to the eternal city earlier in the day.
According to the BBC's reporter Chris McLaughlin were two of the scottish guests hit of the knife during the violent attack.
According to The Daily Record was the Italian hooligans masked during the attack, which came out of the blue. The police were on the spot shortly after, and the pub was closed a half hour later.
A witness told The Scottish Sun that he saw a young boy sitting outside with his friend, after he had been hit by the stabs the back of his leg.
They came out of nothing. He had not done anything wrong. They cried, ’Lazio’ and had masked their faces. It was a whole group that came with scarves or masks in front of their faces, telling the anonymous witness to the newspaper.
On the social media you can see the Lazio fans attack another bar, where they are smashing the windows, and the tavern keeper quickly must draw metalpersiennerne down to protect the guests inside.
the Lazio fans are infamous for their extremely violent behavior and fascist-likes, which recently aired as the black and with outstretched arms marched through Glasgow in the end of October. Celtics fans have been warned not to wear klubfarver during the visit in Rome, but it has of course been wasted god's word Balle-Lars.
the Celtics fans had to fight in Glasgow crafted a banner, which shows the dictator Mussolini hanging upside down and the text: Follow your leader! Photo: Rob Casey//Ritzau Scanpix
Glasgow said the scots effectively once again: Celtic won 2-1 on the field, and the fans raised a banner depicting Benito Mussolini hanging with his head downwards, and the text: ’Follow your leader!’
UEFA raised a case on the basis of the banner on the grounds that it could provoke the Lazio fans before tonight's game.
I Wonder if they had gone crazy anyway. The fight starts at. 18.55 – it can be a long day in Rome.
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