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PostSubject: Balkan Ultras   Fri 26 Aug 2011, 10:46

Ultras from Balkan.Ex-Yu Bulgaria Greece...All of Hools from Balkan Country.
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Fri 26 Aug 2011, 10:56

Hools Firm from Serbia Part I :
1.Grobari 1970 (Undertakers-Gravediggers)
are supporters of the Belgrade football club Partizan Belgrade. They are one of two major football fan groups in Serbia. They generally support all clubs within the Partizan Sprot Society, and mostly wear black and white symbols, which are the club's colors.
Today, Grobari consist of three main groups: Južni Front, Grobari 1970 and Grobari Beograd, with various subgroups form the three larger ones. Some of the subgroups are Ofanziva, Alcatraz, Grobari Zvezdara, Erotica, Grobari Padinjak, Anti-Romi, Niški kartel, Čuvari časti, South Family, Brain Damage, Grobari Nikšić, Head Hunters, Irriducibili NBG, Shadows, 'Extreme Boys, Ludaci - Padinska Skela, Young Boys,Grobari Kosmet,Grobari Kratovo etc.

The group as a whole traditionally maintains good relations with the Greek PAOK football club supporters Gate 4, as well as with the fans of Bulgarian PFC SOFIA Russian PFC CSKA Moscow.
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Fri 26 Aug 2011, 11:01

Part II :
History :
First groups of organized Partizan fan supporters began to visit the JNA Stadium
in the late 1950s. Those were mainly young men from Belgrade, and they
occupied southern stands of the stadium. In those times, support was
expressed by loud singing as well as polling of referees and opposite
team's players.

Partizan's participation in the European Cup
final in 1966 attracted much more fans to the stadium, and is
considered to be the crucial moment of the organized fans moving to a
south stand of the stadium where they are gathering up to this day.
Steady group by the Grobari name was formed in 1970. and during the
following decade, as well as all over Europe, Grobari started bringing
fan equipments to the stadiums such as flares, supporting scarfs, transparents and flags (in the late 70's), which gave a whole new aspect to the sport club supporting.

By the 1980s, Grobari were one of the largest and most organized fan groups in SFR Yugoslavia and began outmarching to all Partizan's games across the country and Europe. Because of their expressed Hooligansism
toward other club's supporters in those times, fans who represented the
core of the Grobari firm were often referred to as a "punishment
expedition".
Južni Front


In 1999, there was a big split when the newly formed fan group named Južni Front (Southern Front) accused several top members of the Grobari 1970 organization for abusing their privileges, and the club itself for favorising those individuals. Grobari 1970 were actually accused of manipulating with the money given by the club for organizing fan support. Several hundred members of Južni Front
left the traditional south stand and occupied the north stand of the
stadium. The split lasted for a few years until 2005, when the fans
settled their differences.

In the 1990s, the unique, yet unofficial mascot of mostly all Globari fan groups was an angry looking bulldog, but in the last few years it has been a sexton standing next to his shovel.
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Fri 26 Aug 2011, 11:07

Part II:
HISTORY II :

Boycott (2005-2007)

Revolted by Partizan being eliminated from the Champions Lagune qualifications, followed by elimination from the first round of the UEFA Cup and from the Nacional Cup competition by a third division team, as well as poor results in the domestic lagune (all at the start of the 2005/06 season), Grobari declared a complete boycott of all Partizan football club matches. Several thousand supporters gathered in September 2005 in front of the club stadium and publicly accused sports director Nenad Bjekovic and general secretary Zarko Zecevic
of tampering with the club's operating budget and transfer policy in
order to line their own pockets. On this occasion, they also reminded
the public of some previous club officials' machinations.

They demanded club management resignations as a condition for getting
back to the stadium stands. Grobari repeated the massive gathering and
reiterated their demands in October 2005 in front of the national
theatre in downtown Belgrade where Partizan's officials were celebrating the club's 60th year anniversary. Both city football derbies
between Red Star and Partizan in the 2005/06 season were played without
traditional support toward Partizan from the south stands. Although
these matches used to gather up tens of thousands and even more fans to
the stadiums, the infamous record was established this season when there
was only a few thousand spectators on the Partizan Stadium, since the rival fans also agreed to boycott the derby. (but for other reasons).

After certain changes in the club board, Grobari decided to stop boycotting. On May 26, 2007 they returned to the stadium for a Super Liga match against Mladost Apatin which Partizan won 7-1, however they kept on singing insulting songs about Partizan's sports director and general secretary.

By the end of the year both Bjeković and Zečević resigned from their positions.2007-08 ban from Europe

In 2007/08 UEFA cup, Partizan Belgrade was disqualified from further competition because of football hooliganism against Zrinjski Mostar. Grobari traveled in numbers to Mostar where they fought with the police and also Zrinjski Fans. Partizan won the tie 11-1 on aggregate.
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Mon 29 Aug 2011, 13:35

Delije (Serbian: Делије)
roughly translated to English as Heroes is an umbrella name referring
to the supporters of various sports clubs that compete under Red Star Belgrade Sports Society banner.

Delije is plural of the singular form delija, which is a word of Turkish origin (deli)
that entered the Serbian language during the Ottoman occupation of
Serbia (15th to 19th century). Nowadays, the term in Serbian generally
signifies a brave, strong or even handsome young man.

Though the Red Star Sport Society has clubs in over twenty sports, Delije mostly focus on football (FK Crvena Zvezda) and basketball (KK Crvena Zvezda).
The name Delije first began to be used by hardcore Red Star supporters
during late 1980s, with official inauguration taking place on 7 January
1989. Up to that point, the die hard Red Star fans were scattered
amongst about eight fan groups that shared the north stand at the Red
Star Stadium (known colloquially as Marakana), most prominent of which
were Red Devils, Zulu Warriors and Ultras.

Delije organizational structure is fairly decentralized with many
subgroups present at the stadium's north stand - the gathering point of
the club's most loyal and passionate fans. At any given time, one or two
subgroups assert themselves as the most prominent through dedication,
regular attendance, willingness to fight, etc. and as a result get to
hang their banners on the most visible parts of the stand, their leaders
get to lead the chants, etc. Currently, the subgroup Belgrade Boys enjoys the greatest clout while others such as Ultra Boys, Brigate, Heroes, KCZ, Ultras, HCZ etc. also wield a lot of influence. In the past, subgroups such as Padina Corps,
etc. have all left their mark. Since Red Star enjoys a lot of support
outside of Belgrade as well, various fan groups exist in cities across Serbia, Montenegro, and Republika Srpska.

As a sign of appreciation, during the late 1990s, Red Star Football
Club painted the word Delije in block letters across their stadium's
north stand. Since the mid 1980s Red Star's most devoted fans maintain
friendly relations with Olympiakos CFP ultras - a friendship based on common Orthodox faith and same club colours. Since the mid 2000s FC Spartak Moscow fans are also included in this friendship.
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Mon 29 Aug 2011, 13:44

Taurunum Boys(FK Zemun Beograd)

The group was formed in 1987.
The first organised supporting groups of back then FK Galenika begin
to appear by mid 1980s. In 1986 the first ultras groups were formed
under the names of Testas Caldas, Pajtosi and Godfathers.
In 1987 the three groups united under the name Taurunum. The name comes
from the Latin name of a setlment tht existed in Roman period in the
place where today Zemun is nowadays, and that was named Taurunum.
The group stands in the north stand of the stadium. Some supporting
groups out of the town of Zemun are formed, the most important being the
Rangers from Pancevo. In 1995 by the end of the Yugoslavia Wars there is a generational turn-over, and the group standing in the east stand formed by younger supporters and named The Boys - Dragons, joins Taurunum in the north stand forming a bigger group renamed Taurunum Boys. The moto of the group becomes "One city, one club, only Zemun".
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Mon 29 Aug 2011, 13:57

Meraklije fans of FC Radnicki from Nis. The firm was formed in September, the 1989th year, three days before the championship match against Red Star but before that was also organized cheering in the south of Cairo.

The name is derived from Turcizmi merak (Turkish mereka), which means a pleasant mood, joy, pleasure.
Meraklije now

At the time of the FRY and Serbia supporting group always tried to emphasize the local patriotism that has often worked through the sharp conflict with Belgrade supporters clubs, which could be seen through banners like "changes Belgrade to Knin" in 1993. year. In the period until 1998. The Meraklije been called the third group behind the fan and Delija Grobara. The weakening of the Group was identical with the weakening of the club, relegation from first division and so on. Thanks to a good relationship with the club Exactly 2000th The fans get the room.

Despite the bad party, a bad position in the standings, remained Meraklije to cheer your team. In 2004. launched the campaign "If you are citizens of Nis, be Meraklija", and fans attending the game did not stay in is guaranteed.
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Mon 29 Aug 2011, 14:01

1989 Red Devils are supporting group founded in Kragujevac 9th March 1989. year. The fans are FC Radnički Kragujevac 1923.

Red Devils today

Along with football games and track competing in the BC Workers and Workers OK in the Hall lake and away games. 1989 Red Devils have their scarves, hats, jerseys, flags, passes, anthem, and the magazine published the wave was recorded disc with fan songs. The disc also includes fan songs written and composed by bands Kragujevac, the Conqueror, 117 Propaganda, ninety minutes. It was noted that the away fans in Smederevo 100 lit torches. The radio had its broadcast While angels sleep.
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Mon 29 Aug 2011, 17:06

Bad Blue Boys of Dinamo Zagreb

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Bad Blue Boys (BBB) were originally founded on 17 March 1986 in Zagreb (Croatia), with members from different areas of Zagreb. The name of the group is said to have been inspired by the 1983 film starring Sean Penn, Bad Boys.

Bad Blue Boys are considered one of the most dangerous supporter groups in the world and are known for their vocal and physical intimidation at football matches.There are two groups within Bad Blue Boys - Udruga navijača Dinama (Dinamo Supporters Union) and Klub navijača Bad Blue Boys (Bad Blue Boys Supporters Club). Their mascot is a bulldog and their official anthem is "Dinamo ja volim" ("I love Dinamo"), by the Croatian pop rock band Pips, Chips & Videoclips. BBB also publish a fanzine about the club and the ultras subculture. The original fanzine was Ajmo plavi (Go Blues) which was replaced in 2006 by Dinamov sjever (Dinamo's North).[citation needed]

At home matches in Dinamo Zagreb's Maksimir Stadium, the Bad Blue Boys are located behind one goal in the North Stand.

Zagreb journalist Andrej Krickovič argued that Bad Blue Boys were at the forefront of the national movement in the country in 1990 and that they had offered their support to Franjo Tuđman (who became the first president of Croatia in the 1990s) in Croatia's first elections. And Sasa Podgorelec, a Zagreb film director who made a documentary about the Bad Blue Boys stated that they were, " conscious enough of their own identity and brave enough to express their wishes for Croatian independence... when others were too frightened to say so. Later on, BBB turned against Franjo Tuđman who pushed for club's name to be changed to NK "Croatia". President was frequent visitor on home games and would usually be greeted by stadium officials before the match started. This would always trigger loud whistling and chanting from Bad Blue Boys forcing Live TV coverage to mute the audio.

In 2008 the group were involved in a controversy over graffiti daubed on the walls of the Zagrebački električni tramvaj building at Remiza, saying, "Death to Journalists, BBB ZG", which appeared on 21 March 2008. The graffiti appeared following the death of a BBB member after a brawl in in Ribnjak park. BBB denied any involvement in either the graffiti or other incidents which had occurred, criticising reporters for "agitation and prejudgement" for stating that Dinamo fans were behind the entire matter. Zagreb's mayor Milan Bandić also offered his support to the Bad Blue Boys, claiming that they were wrongly accused and that the entire story was false. In November 2008 BBB fans were praised by the English media for their support at White Hart Lane in London at a UEFA Cup match against Tottenham Hotspur for continuing to loudly support their team, even when they were losing 4-0.
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Tue 30 Aug 2011, 08:04

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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Thu 03 Nov 2011, 10:35

Torcida Split
Torcida is a Hajduk Split supporters group, from Croatia founded on 28 October 1950. The name "Torcida" is the Brazilian word for "supporters". Club fans operate from Zrinsko Frankopanska-17, Split .
The slogan of the fans, "Hajduk lives forever ", testifies to the long
and continuing tradition of Hajduk Split, which has survived without
change from its establishment until today (While states and leagues have
failed, "Hajduk lives forever").

Torcida members and other fervent fans of the club gather in the north stand at the stadium of Poljud from where they fiercely support their club.
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Thu 03 Nov 2011, 10:41

History


The founding and beginnings


Before the establishment of Torcida, organized supporting existed
since the very beginning of Hajduk in the 1911. The first organized trip
to the fans home visit was recorded in 1927. against HASK in Zagreb, and on foreign visit 1936 against Roma in Rome. Torcida was established on 28 October in the 1950, before the football match against RED STAR BELGRADE.
The students from Split, who studied in Zagreb, wanted to make the
unprecedented spectacle in order to help their club and how they
succeeded. Following the example of Brazilian World Cup. was played in Rio de Janeior),
Hajduk on 29 October won aginst Red Star with result 2-1, with a
triumphant goal that has scored a legendary player of ajduketa]] the
86th minute. That season the team Hajduk won the championship without a
single defeat, which has remained unsurpassed record.

After the game party and government structures, to the personal intervention of Milovan Djilas,
began with repressive measures toward Torcida and its members. Defeat
of the privileged Red Star and the circumstances around it were
extremely disturbed for the regime in Belgrade.
The Hajduk's leadership was sanctioned, Torcida's action and its name
forbidden, and some of the members were detained and against them
proceedings were conducted. One of the founders, Vjenceslav Žuvela, was
excluded from the Communist Party and sentenced to three years in
prison. Later, his sentence was reduced to three months.

Despite the ban highlighting names and organized action, the fans continued to support its great players and team.

The first significant case of violent fans in the stadium dates back to the meeting with "Fk Sarajevo"
from 1 October 1961 when referee Aleksandar Skoric was attacked after
the match, because he denied the equalizing goal for Hajduk player
Vidosevic. Skoric was beaten and in the auditorium, there was a vandal,
with the consequences of which Hajduk had to play three home games in Sibenik.
Another large-scale incident occurred on 11 September 1966, when the
masses of fans, disappointed by the defeat of Hajduk, staged a massive
fight in which they demolished a dorm, bleachers and goals. Hajduk was
then punished by playing one match in Rijeka.
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Sat 19 Nov 2011, 23:46

Black-White wrote:
Torcida Split
Torcida is a Hajduk Split supporters group, from Croatia founded on 28 October 1950. The name "Torcida" is the Brazilian word for "supporters". Club fans operate from Zrinsko Frankopanska-17, Split .
The slogan of the fans, "Hajduk lives forever ", testifies to the long
and continuing tradition of Hajduk Split, which has survived without
change from its establishment until today (While states and leagues have
failed, "Hajduk lives forever").

Torcida members and other fervent fans of the club gather in the north stand at the stadium of Poljud from where they fiercely support their club.

Friends Benficas NNBoys,Siroki Brijeg Škripari, Zrinjski Mostar Ultras

Torcida is the oldest firm in Europe!Torcida got the first pyro to the game,because pyro and flares could only be founded on ships and boats,so Torcida members were stealing them and taking them to the games!
(eto to jos napisi)
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Sun 20 Nov 2011, 10:14

NetHooligan wrote:
Black-White wrote:
Torcida Split
Torcida is a Hajduk Split supporters group, from Croatia founded on 28 October 1950. The name "Torcida" is the Brazilian word for "supporters". Club fans operate from Zrinsko Frankopanska-17, Split .
The slogan of the fans, "Hajduk lives forever ", testifies to the long
and continuing tradition of Hajduk Split, which has survived without
change from its establishment until today (While states and leagues have
failed, "Hajduk lives forever").

Torcida members and other fervent fans of the club gather in the north stand at the stadium of Poljud from where they fiercely support their club.
Napisao si ti.I hvala ti.

Friends Benficas NNBoys,Siroki Brijeg Škripari, Zrinjski Mostar Ultras

Torcida is the oldest firm in Europe!Torcida got the first pyro to the game,because pyro and flares could only be founded on ships and boats,so Torcida members were stealing them and taking them to the games!
(eto to jos napisi)
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PostSubject: Re: Balkan Ultras   Tue 12 Nov 2013, 11:24

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