segunda-feira, 30 de agosto de 2010

Ciclo de cinema boleiro em "A Enrestida", Saragoça.

«A partir d’a decada d’as anyadas 60s-70s chovens que s’heban ficau en o mundo d’o fútbol experimentoron una puyada d’iste movimiento. Mods, hardmods, skinheads se prencipioron a veyer en os estadios. Ya en as 70-80s o naiximiento de bandas de mosica Ska y movimientos Mod y Skinheads fación revilcar as gradas en Gran Bretanya.
Supporters como los de Liverpool FC reinventoron as tendencias y modas d’as gradas fendo arribar a iste mundo modas diferents de tot a las cutianas tribus urbanas. Modas que darían una imachen de fer fuera a politica, pero que nomás prebarían d’amagar a suya tendencia frent a la policía u movimientos politicos contrarios.
En l’Estau español plegaría un movimiento muito más politizau y ya en a decada d’as anyadas 80 a estetica d’os movimientos de gradas ya yera bien definida. Por primer vegada os movimientos chovenils prencipiaban en as gradas y dimpués pasaban ta carrera, y no de revés.
Bandas y estilos de mosica, vestimenta, estetica “casuals”, … han feito en os zaguers tiempos que collas ultra que respondeban tradiconalment a una ideolochía de cuchas u antifaixista parixca estar escomencipiando a caminar enta nuevas corrients…
Dende A Enrestida imos a prebar d’analizar tot iste movimiento. Queremos saber qué ye pasando en dentro d’as gradas de fútbol, en dentro d’ixe recinto aon que se son creyando os movimientos politicos de l’esbenidero. Y pa ixo tos ufrimos un ciclo de cine futbolero y de gradas, un ciclo que faiga reflexionar y analizar.»

Banners de luto e de protesto no Adana Demirspor.

Faixas de luto pela morte de ex-presidente do clube turco Adana Demirspor que tinha bastante ligação com a massa adepta, como se pode verificar.
E também algumas faixas de protesto.
Fotos sacadas do dinâmico blog

Este foi um clube que deu que falar há uns tempos pela mobilização dos seus adeptos mais fervorosos em torno dum jogo amigável entre o Adana Demirspor e o Livorno. Tal foi a vontade que as direcções das 2 agremiações acederam a este pedido e foi realizado o tal jogo em ambiente verdadeiramente espectacular e de festa entre as duas partes, como se pode comprovar neste post

Graff com referência ao St.Pauli.

Graff com referência ao St.Pauli.

Sugestão sonora na Festa do Avante 2010 ( EINA, Peste & Sida, Cacique 97, C4 ).

domingo, 29 de agosto de 2010

Armadillo Scooterwear

Armadillo Scooterwear Tough Enough from Armadillo Scooterwear on Vimeo.

Um dérbi é sempre um dérbi...

Roncos do Diabo..

Festa do Avante from Roncos do Diabo on Vimeo.

4 de Setembro - Avanteatro.

Celtic Fans Against The British Army.
«Celtic supporters show their disapproval for members of the British Armed Forces who took to the pitch at the end of the Emirates Cup Tournament in August 2010. The British Army is currently engaged in wars in the Middle East that are purely about oil and an inflated sense of its own imperial past. For 30 years it conducted a dirty war in the occupied 6 Counties of the north of Ireland. Among the most notorious attrocities commited by this army were the 14 innocents murdered by the Paras on Bloody Sunday and the innocents murdered in the Ballymurphy Massacre. The 6 Counties are now thankfully at peace and on their way to become part of a United 32 County Irish Republic. Do not believe the government lies about the wars in the east. DO NOT SUPPORT THE BRITISH MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT AND THE RULING CLASS WHOSE SYSTEM IT UPHOLDS.»

sexta-feira, 27 de agosto de 2010

Entrevista com os editores da Red Attitude do Man.Utd feita pela Fighting Talk (em inglês).

Entrevista já antiga feita pela zine Fighting Talk, da AFA.

Fighting Talk interviews Red Attitude, from FT 16

Q: What was the original idea behind Red Attitude?

A: The original idea to start an overtly anti-fascist fanzine was based on the sound history of anti fascism in Manchester and the success in keeping United fascist free over the years. Initiatives such as Reds against the Nazis in the early eighties broke new ground in opposing fascism at football. The actual decislon to go down the fanzine road was influenced by the success of Celtic Fans Against Fascism and the launch of TAL.

Q. How successful do you think it was in achieving its original objectives?

A. The original objective in any project like this is to secure first base or occupy the territory in which you want to operate. In this respect the fanzine was a major success, however for some people involved at the time, this was their only objective and once achieved there was no ambition to develop the project.

Q. The national press coverage gained from Red Attitude's support for Cantona over the Matthew Simmons attack at Palace gave AFA a high profile. When the Palace fan died at Walsall, Red Attitude remained very quiet. Was this a mistake?

A. In a nutshell yes. The editorial board ducked the issue after the Walsall incident. This caused a great deal of concern, especially in light of the position taken over the Cantona incident. During exchanges of letters on the matter between the editor at the time and United anti-fascists who challenged the editorial board, the editor played down the Walsall Incident, claiming it was non-political and unconnected to the Cantona incident. Basically the people who were running Red Attitude felt they had established themselves off the back of the Cantona issue and they weren't prepared to risk their own credibility or perceived status on defending United fans who were facing serious charges. Needless to say these people have been taken to task and not been reelected.

Q. Since issue 10, Red Attitude has been produced by a new editorial team. Apart from the spectacular new design and layout, what other changes are we likely to see?

A. Whilst there have been changes on the editorial team, much progress has been made by involving and bringing together all the peripheral elements that were involved in the fanzine, along with a number of people who wanted to get involved. This has allowed Red Attitude to develop in a number of areas simultaneously. Red Attitude operates an open door policy for involving United fans and anti-fascists in the work of the fanzine.

Q. Previously Red Attitude was guilty of indulging in slagging off other supporters in a negative way. Now the targets for abuse seem to have been more carefully chosen, like Gasgoine's wife beating. Is this a policy change, and how important do you think the question of slagging other teams is?

A. Slagging off other teams and their fans is part and parcel of the fanzine scene. Many fanzines overcome a lack of informed comment and objective analysis with a vitriolic attack on their nearest and dearest rivals! However if your initial brief is to set up with a distinct political edge to your work, then merely replicating the material available elsewhere is at best unimaginative and at worst could be described as pandering to the prejudices of supporters. There are real issues for fanzines to be tackling on behalf of their own supporters and sometimes it is easier to defer to historical rivalries and antagonisms rather than confront these issues. This is especially relevant to Red Attitude as we have political issues to address as well as football issues.

Q. What do you think of the other United fanzine's and how much competition is there?

A. United fans have Red Issue, United We Stand,and Red News to choose from apart from Red Attitude. Again you pays your money and you takes your choice. People know what we're about and we have a steady uptake in sales.

Q. Do the other fanzines ever carry articles about fascism, and what are they like?

Certainly not in the way that Red Attitude would raise these issues. I believe that United's fanzines are pointed in the right direction although politics can prove to be a bit of a minefield for people who in the main are involved in fanzines for football related reasons.

Q. Given the references to Man Utd's "left wing rabble" in C18 magazines, presumably they take the threat of AFA seriously?

A. I should say so! C18 and the BNP have struggled to get a foothold in Manchester. A few years ago the BNP set up a Manchester branch, and within weeks of going public the branch was put out of commission. Their organiser met AFA on a number of occasions to help with arrangements for his retirement from active right wing politics. It's fair to say that the advent of a BNP branch in Manchester prompted much behind the scenes activity from AFA, not just in combatting the activities of the BNP, but also the disreputable activities of Searchlight and its assets, whose role in the affair was at best 'unhelpful'.

Q. Red Attitude is produced by and promotes Man Utd. anti fascists. Can you explain how this group was formed, what it has achieved, and where you see it going in the future?

A. Man United anti-fascists is an umbrella grouping for United fans and anti-fascists whose main activity is to produce, sell and promote the fanzlne. Given the wide geographical base from which United draw their support. this too is reflected in the support for the fanzine, with regular contributors from all over Britain, Europe and also from a current member of the editorial board who is living it up at Her Majesty's expense! (Only joking Eric). It is hoped to build on this by setting up regional support groups in Manchester, London, and possibly Dublin for next season.

Q. In its first two seasons, RedAttitude made a number of international links, how do you see this developing?

A. Red Attitude has continued to consolidate its links with supporters groups throughout Europe.This year we aim to launch a European wide initiative during the 1997 European anti-racism year.

Q. Should there be an organised international network of antifascist football supporters

A. It can certainly do no harm, and given that progressive elements at many clubs are already in touch with each other, then a 'European super league' shouldn't be too far away. Sooner rather than later if Red Attitude has anything to do with it.

Q. What is Red Attitude's analysis of the lan Wright and Peter Schmeichel 'race row' and why has there been no pubic comment from RedAttitude in the media?

A. Red Attitude did an article in issue 11 entitled 'Great Dane of a Row' after the first altercation back in November 1996. In it we highlighted that Peter Schmeichel denied the allegations and stated that he is not a racist. Ian Wright has consistently refused to make any allegations as he did not hear any racist abuse. The FA and the Press were cauoht investigating a complaint that hadn't been made. The FA were looking for a high profile trial by TV case where they could come aiong and go through the motions on the politically correct anti-racist angle.and come out of it smelling of roses in the European anti-racist year. That they had no track record on positive anti-racist and anti-fascist work and their subsequent handling of this case bears out their lack of principle and integrity in this area. Prior to the second incident, the FA refused to allow the P.F.A (the players union) to mediate between two of its own members. Following the second Incident, the FA has threatened the players with more charges and subsequently offered to drop the charges if they end their dispute. Peter Schmeichel has responded by telling the FA that he is considering legal action to clear his name. The dispute between Wright and Schmeichel is a personal one emanating from events during a football match. This dispute can be ended with a handshake between the players in their own good time. The FA, having introduced and promoted the race row element for their own ends are looking for a sharp exit for themselves. Because lan Wright has refused to play the accusing victim and Peter Schmeichel denies being the racist, the FA have been found out. It is they and not the players who should be facing charges of bringing the game into disrepute.

The lack of public comment from Red Attitude on this issue is not for the want of trying. After the second incident in February at Highbury, Red Attitude put out a press statement and faxed it to the Press, TV and radio stations. Perhaps the contents were too near the truth tor comtort. Judge for yourself, here's the last two paragraphs.

Recently the debate on racism in this country was focussed on the events surrounding the murder of Stephen Lawrence. People were having to confront and digest the appalling reality of racist violence and murder, coupled with the inherently racist response of the police to a young black man Iying in the street, dying from stab wounds, and compounded by the institutionalised racism and antagonism of the judiciary, which allowed the killers to walk away scott free. It is at the expense of the issues raised in the Stephen Lawrence murder, including the exclusion of identification and eye witness evidence), that we now suffer the pantomime of the FA paying lip service to anti-racism by inviting the Police and the Crown Prosecution Service to investigate Peter Schmeichel over an incident for which there is no victim, no witnesses nor any complaint yet been made.

There will be many who will be pleased at this apparent shift in emphasis in the debate over racism in Britain, not least the promoters of racial intolerance. Racist murderers, racist police and racist judges have quietly walked away whilst Peter Schmeichel stands accused in their place, and lan Wright takes on the role of the victim in place of the murdered Stephen Lawrence. Is this what kicking racism out of football means?"

Campanha "Pásate a la Vida Pirata" dos rayistas Bukaneros (II) - Vídeo.

«Elige la vida. Elige un empleo. Elige una carrera. Elige una familia. Elige un televisor grande que te cagas. Elige lavadoras, coches, equipos de compact disc y abrelatas eléctricos. Elige buena salud, colesterol bajo y seguro dental. Elige hipoteca a interés fijo. Elige un piso franco. Elige a tus amigos. Elige ropa deportiva y maletas a juego. Elige pagar a plazos un traje de marca en una amplia gama de putos tejidos. Elige bricolaje y preguntarte quién coño eres los domingos por la mañana. Elige sentarte en el sofá a ver tele-concursos que emboban la mente y aplastan el espíritu mientras llenas tu boca de puta comida basura. ¿pero por qué iba yo a querer hacer algo así? Yo elegí otra cosa; yo elegí LA VIDA PIRATA ¿Y las razones? No hay razones. ¿Quién necesita razones cuando tienes al RAYO VALLECANO?”



quinta-feira, 26 de agosto de 2010

Surgimento de um grupo de cariz "ultra" no seio das bancadas do Aston Villa.

Surgimento de um grupo de cariz "ultra" nas bancadas do Aston Villa.
Coisa rara no Reino Unido, eis que é dado o pontapé de saída para lançamento de um novo grupo no seio dos adeptos deste clube de Birmingham, de seu nome BRIGADA 1874.

Following a meeting of like minded Villa supporters on the 14th August an Aston Villa ultras group was formed, the name of this group is Brigada 1874. The group is composed of those who bleed claret and blue and want to bring colour, vibrancy, noise and passion to the terraces.

In the modern game where many a good supporter has been pushed away from the ground by high ticket prices and draconian policing while those who remain are often subject to over zealous stewarding we want to take something back for those who make the game what it is. We aim to follow in the tradition of ultra groups in Europe and learn from the example made by the handful of ultra groups who've been active in the UK over the past few years.

The group is currently in it's embryonic stages and the next few months will be spent setting the foundations of the group, designing displays and making banners and flags. Owing to the fact that those involved are based in various areas of Villa Park our first appearances this season are likely to be at away games.

The group is based upon five basic principles, these are;

-We support the players for the entirety of the game no matter how well or poorly we are playing.
-We stand throughout the game
-We make as much noise and create as big a scene as possible on the terraces.
-We are anti-fascist, anti-racist and non-sectarian. Those who promote division based upon ethnicity, religion or nationality will not be tolerated in the group.
-We act in unsion as a group, while we may have differences of opinion on some issues regarding the club we will always act in unity and back one another up at the game.

Those who are interested in getting involved with the group can contact us here via pm or email us at Prospective members should agree with the founding principles and bring that spirit into the group. All potential members will be vetted.

sexta-feira, 20 de agosto de 2010

Football: Pinturas de Matthew Thompson (plus The Twang video).

Pinturas do artista Matthew Thompson que, entre outros temas, foca a temática do Futebol Popular e do seu entorno, Ruas, Bancadas....
Para mais obras deste artista sigam este link:

Campanha "Pásate a la Vida Pirata" dos rayistas Bukaneros.

Campanha "Pásate a la Vida Pirata" dos rayistas Bukaneros, que visa mobilizar a massa adepta para uma participação mais activa em torno do clube madrlieno.
Para mais infos aceder a

AFAULTRAS: blog russo.

Diversas imagens de turma do Arsenal, captadas do excelente blog

quarta-feira, 18 de agosto de 2010

Cardiff Punx...

Imagens ZULU & Speed Garage.

Imagens de turma ZULU, acompanhadas pelo som urbano dos 90 chamado Garage, neste caso Speed Garage.

Report do jogo Cliftonville - FCUM, pelo blog COME HERE TO ME.

Report do jogo Cliftonville - FCUM feita pelo blog "Come Here To Me"

«I’ve long been fascinated by F.C United of Manchester.

A football team unlike any other, they are owned by supporters and represent football in its truest form. Cheap tickets, fan culture and a sense of community. The demise of Manchester United F.C as a community entity ultimately paved the way for a club like this in Manchester, and FCUM enjoy cult like support in Manchester and beyond. The idea of seeing them take on North Belfast side Cliftonville at the West Belfast home of Donegal Celtic F.C was an appealing one, so up we went. (...)» Para verem a restante report clikem aqui:

Braga - Sevilha hoje às 19.45.

terça-feira, 10 de agosto de 2010

Sugestão soalheira da Red Square + ADF.

Homenaxe a Segundo Vilaboy: Ferrol, 28 de agosto.

Queremos lembrar a un combatente comunista, organizador de mil combates nos centros de traballo. Sempre coa clase obreira como bandeira.

Queremos lembrar a un loitador antifascista, que co seu mauser ao lombo, percorría os carreiros da nosa Terra sementando o medo nos lobos fascistas.

Queremos lembrar ao que ten de ser todo un exemplo para os que hoxe, seis décadas despois, continúan a combater polo socialismo.


17:00 Ofrenda Floral no cemiterio de Catabois. Cadro 352.

18:30 Charla a cargo de Bernardo Máiz Vázquez(Historiador).
"Segundo Vilaboy no Antifranquismo Galego(136-1954)"
Bar Chimarrao (Rúa Sartaña 61)

21:30 Concerto RPI:
Bar Chimarrao(Rúa Sartaña 61)
Entrada 5€


Video resenha com vários retratos retrospectivos da CCS, crew do Hibernian.

Mais umas faixas da rapaziada JetSet do Bangor City FC..

Mais umas faixas da rapaziada JetSet do clube Bangor, do País de Gales.
Como muitos se devem recordar foi recentemente foi cilindrado pelo Marítimo por 8 bolas a 2.
Apesar de tudo continuam na sua senda e não desistem de apoiar o seu clube e dinamizar a bancada.
Para acompanharem os seus "aires e desaires" sigam o blog, sempre actualizado, consciente e divertido, da "elite de Llandudno":