Discussion in 'The Bar' started by stripes, Feb 1, 2012.
they were rioting over the outcome, good stuff
allah akbar indeed
i think it happened in the stadium itself
...such a peace loving people
Sounds like a good start, hope thet can keep it going.
Walk like an egyption
The police are doing such a wonderful job!
Al-Masry claimed a rare 3-1 victory at home to Al-Ahly but ugly scenes followed the final whistle, with hundreds of the winning team's fans pouring onto the field.
A security official claimed they attacked players and fans of their opponent, and cornered Al-Ahly supporters on the field and around the stadium, throwing stones and bottles at them.
A medic at a morgue in Port Said said some of the dead were security officers, though the causes of the deaths were not immediately known.
The two teams have a long history of bad blood, and clashes have erupted in recent years between their fans.
The players were later taken to the dressing room for protection, Al-Ahly striker Sayed Hamdi told state TV.
Soon after the violence, a match in the Cairo Stadium between the Al-Ismailiya and Zamalek was called off in mourning for the violence, but state TV showed sections of the Cairo stadium on fire.
The announcer claimed angry fans of Zamalek protested the cancellation and set alight to some sections of the stadium.
dawg just reported death tolls going up
Soccer and the middle east suck, shit.
Fat; fingers + phone. Sorry.
The roit actually made soccer watchable for a about five minutes.
We should have nuked the Mid East on 9/12 2001.
The Beautiful Game....................indeed.
why is anyone surprised when animals behave like animals?
nothing better than muslims killing each other and leaving the rest of us alone! ULULULULULULULULULULULULULU!