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Napster

The Horse with no Name⭐
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In court today:
SWALLOW: GRAYS BOSS 'ORGANISED FOOTBALL VIOLENCE'

A football club boss who glorified his links to a notorious hooligan group tried to set up a clash between Millwall and West Ham fans, the Old Bailey heard today (TUES). Andrew Swallow, then chief executive of non-league Grays Athletic in Essex, allegedly plotted to organise 'mass violence' on the day of an FA Cup 3rd round match. The plan was thwarted by the presence of police officers with camcorders and any fighting was restricted to isolated outbreaks, it is claimed. When Swallow was arrested police found a photograph of a group of men in front of a large banner reading 'ICF 30 years undefeated' - referring to the West Ham group known as the Inter City Firm. Prosecutor James Lofthouse said: 'As such he was glorifying his association with the ICF.' - See more at: http://www.courtnewsuk.co.uk/online_archive/?name=grays&sa=Search#results
 
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