Poland tries to crack down on hooligans

Polish matches have been played behind closed doors due to crowd trouble as authorities crack down ahead of Euro 2012.

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    With a year to go until the European Championships in Poland and Ukraine, Matt Rumsey reports from Warsaw on the authorities' attempts to solve the problem of fan violence.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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