La loc comanda: ordine in fotbal!

FINALLY, SOME ACTION! Legea Dragomir e pe cale sa fie promulgata, asa ca o sa avem parte de normalitate pe stadioane:

1. detinerea de torte intr-o baza sportiva se pedepseste cu inchisoare de la 6 luni la 3 ani

2. utilizarea tortelor sau a petardelor intr-o baza sportiva se pedepseste cu inchisoare de la 1 la 4 ani

3. ocuparea altui loc decat cel de pe bilet se pedepseste cu o amdenda de 200 de lei

4. steagurile de orice tip sunt interzise pe stadioane, fiind considerate corpuri contondente

5. de asemenea, organizatorii pot primi amenzi de pana la 5.000 de lei si chiar suspendarea pana la 6 luni pentru nerespectarea obligatiilor

Acum, sa le comentez din punctul meu de vedere:

1. din cauza tortzelor se distrug stadioane, se intrerup meciuri, se interpune fum intre obiectivul camerei de filmat si teren, degradand calitatea vizionarii meciului din fotoliu.
2. vezi 1.
3. m-am certat vreo juma de ora cu unii la meciul Dinamo-Lazio ca sa ma asez pe locul de pe bilet! am ajuns tarziu, cu cateva minute inainte de inceperea partidei... si ce? care-i problema? daca am locul acolo, acolo vreau sa stau. fara kkt-uri de genu' "hai frate, ca si altzii stau pe locurile noastre". asa, si?
4. nu ma intereseaza coregrafiile, nu vin sa vad catziva suporteri fanatici maimutzarindu-se. vin pentru spectacolul din teren, asa ca steagurile si chiuturile ma lasa rece. asta imi atrage, probabil, porecla de "samantzar".
5. in sfarsit, pedepse mai serioase. cand o sa se suspende terenul frunei echipe de tot din campionat pentru 24 de meciuri, sa vedem care mai tolereaza intratul cu tortze & stuff.

Cantatorii de peluza, incantatzi de ideea de a fi la meci pentru atmosfera, normal ca nu sunt de acord. Numai ca normal e ca fotbalul sa se apropie de Anglia, unde lumea sta la 2 metri de jucatori si vezi femei de 70 de ani in tribune, nu de Italia, unde acelasi latinism ca si la noi face ravagii.

Cum au oprit englezii manifestarile caricaturistice din tribune? Cam tot asa, cu legi:

Over the years, the government introduced legislation which it hoped would help combat the problem of football hooliganism.

The Public Disorder Act of 1986 allows the courts to make exclusion orders banning fans from grounds.
The Football Spectators Act of 1989 allows courts to impose “restriction orders” on convicted fans to prevent them attending matches abroad involving England and Wales.
The Football Offences Act 1991 focuses on three offences of disorderly behaviour:
- Throwing missiles towards the pitch or spectators.
- Taking part in indecent or racist chanting.
- Going on the pitch or its surrounds without lawful authority.
The Football Disorder Act 2000 allows the police to obtain from a Magistrates’ Court ‘banning orders’ for any convicted or suspected hooligan, restricting them from travelling abroad to international games.
Preventing people not convicted of any crime, ’suspected hooligans’, from leaving the country bypasses normal protections for those accused of crimes and some think it is an infringement of human rights.

Alte masuri importante:

- Over the years, the most significant development made to combat hooliganism has been the introduction of all-seater stadiums. This is a significant development because the authorities are now able to segregate fans more easily.
- The consumption of alcohol inside stadiums has been banned and the police can close pubs and bars close to stadiums on match days.
- Improvements in security have also become a priority - clubs now require the presence of a high number of police officers to quickly stamp out any trouble and contracts with private stewarding companies have improved safety and security.
- Most recently, clubs have introduced ticketing schemes (membership, season ticket, team card, family section etc.) which enable them to keep a track on supporters - especially when they travel abroad.
- Under anti-hooliganism laws, it is also a criminal offence for anyone in the United Kingdom, other than official bodies, to offer to sell tickets for England games.

Mai multe detalii despre Football Hooliganism aici.