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Real Zaragoza-Chelsea 1995 Cup Winners Cup Help!


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Hi guys

 

This is Luis Fando, spanish sport fan who loves the football culture. I'm preparing a report about the Cup Winners Cup where Chelsea played against Real Zaragoza. I'm focused on that match at La Romareda where blues lose 3-0. Did someone watch the game live at the Zaragoza's stadium? Can you help me just to remember what happened that day between the CFC fans and the spanish police? I would like to know the Chelsea fans point of view.

Thanks for you attention

 

Kind regards

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Hi Luis

It all started when Chelsea fans on the lower tier got fed up with the coins and missiles raining down on them. Typically when they reacted Spanish police including a detachment of evil bastards drafted up from Madrid who were previously doing nothing to stop the missile throwing attacked the away fans with dogs and batons .Lots of fans that were just sitting watching the game  minding their own business and got batoned over the head.  Sp*rs fans got similar at Seville some years later.  Your police, and especially the ones drafted in from Madrid were some of the worst, although the ''English disease'' of hooliganism meant the reputation went before ordinary fans, which didn't help on the night.

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16 hours ago, Fulham Broadway said:

Hi Luis

It all started when Chelsea fans on the lower tier got fed up with the coins and missiles raining down on them. Typically when they reacted Spanish police including a detachment of evil bastards drafted up from Madrid who were previously doing nothing to stop the missile throwing attacked the away fans with dogs and batons .Lots of fans that were just sitting watching the game  minding their own business and got batoned over the head.  Sp*rs fans got similar at Seville some years later.  Your police, and especially the ones drafted in from Madrid were some of the worst, although the ''English disease'' of hooliganism meant the reputation went before ordinary fans, which didn't help on the night.

Thanks mate for your reply. It would be interesting if someone live the match live at Zaragoza and remember about the incidents with the police and that legendary chant of 'Peace and Love'. 

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