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football hooligan

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfootball hooliganfootball hooliganBritish English someone who behaves in a noisy or violent way at a football match football
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football hooliganOnce upon a time we were all law-abiding citizens, and now we've got football hooligans.She prowled among the desks and glowered at the action boards as if they were a bunch of football hooligans.The exploits of football hooligans would probably be praised if they were part of resistance to an invading army.Let us look more closely at the football hooligans themselves.The police have also taken on the football hooligans, the hippies, and the criminal gangs.Crowd violence did not arrive with the football hooligans.It is difficult to point to the material goals which football hooligans or juvenile delinquents are chasing.
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