Egypt’s football violence poses uncomfortable political questions – The Guardian


The Guardian
Egypt's football violence poses uncomfortable political questions
The Guardian
When the anti-Mubarak uprising first burst to life a year ago, young football fans known as ultras were at the vanguard. They have remained there ever since, taking the fight to riot police in Tahrir Square and relishing their role as an irritant to
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