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    Brazilian fans behead soccer ref on the field

    This is the craziest thing I have ever heard of. Just sickening. Although he should not have pulled a knife on a player. I love how they say a soccer match in Brazil ended badly. Holy SH*T.

    http://www.webpronews.com/decapitate...brazil-2013-07

    A soccer match in Brazil has ended badly.
    Long story short: A referee flags a player; player gets ticked off and fights the referee; the referee breaks out a knife and stabs the player in self-defense; the player dies; the fans storm the field, decapitate the referee, and stake his head at mid-field.
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    I read this story yesterday, and I couldn't believe it. That had so be some insane **** to witness/take part in, and I don't mean that in a good way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinsPhan11 View Post
    I read this story yesterday, and I couldn't believe it. That had so be some insane **** to witness/take part in, and I don't mean that in a good way.
    How can they allow fans to bring rocks and knives into the stadium? I watched a show about Brazilian soccer fans and they have gangs that control things inside and outside the stadiums, and the police just kind of look the other way, because they fear these gangs. The same thing happens in the prisons over there. It's crazy. I wonder if they will be able to have the Olympics and World Cup with all the crime, corruption, murders and other issues they have in Brazil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roman529 View Post
    How can they allow fans to bring rocks and knives into the stadium? I watched a show about Brazilian soccer fans and they have gangs that control things inside and outside the stadiums, and the police just kind of look the other way, because they fear these gangs. The same thing happens in the prisons over there. It's crazy. I wonder if they will be able to have the Olympics and World Cup with all the crime, corruption, murders and other issues they have in Brazil.
    I'm sure they'll have a better handle by then, but this is still crazy. Everything isn't the same in other countries. There's no chance of coming close to what those people in stadiums/arenas here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinsPhan11 View Post
    I'm sure they'll have a better handle by then, but this is still crazy. Everything isn't the same in other countries. There's no chance of coming close to what those people in stadiums/arenas here.
    These people in Brazil treat their soccer teams like a religion. I remember some soccer player was murdered for kicking the ball into his own team's goal by mistake. I think that may have been a Columbian guy? They also have some serious rioting at these games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roman529 View Post
    These people in Brazil treat their soccer teams like a religion. I remember some soccer player was murdered for kicking the ball into his own team's goal by mistake. I think that may have been a Columbian guy? They also have some serious rioting at these games.
    His name is escaping me, but I remember ESPN did a 30 for 30 on that. Pretty crazy stuff.
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    too bad it wasn't nba ref joey crawford...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    too bad it wasn't nba ref joey crawford...
    That's terrible, but I wouldn't be broken up about it to be honest...
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    i actually attended a soccer match in Medellin Columbia . The rich people and tourist have a special section that has armed police protection..The referees enter and exit protected by police with riot shields. Half the stadium was waving red flags for Bogota and the hometown waved green flags. About every 10 mins there were huge fights involving dozens of fans all still waving their flags.
    They served shots of a local drink called aqwa deenta which is hard liquor so everyone is drunk and ready to fight at the first bad call. Things got pretty violent so we bailed before the end.
    Most of the people are poor and have nothing so soccer is their way to express their discontent. Life is cheap to say the less.

    As far as i know no one was killed but i was glad we left because the home town lost
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