Top leagues are to implement tougher plans to
combat hooliganism
Europe's top football leagues have agreed, at a meeting in Spain, to implement tougher measures to combat the rise in football-related violence in the past year.
The meeting took place shortly after thousands attended the funeral in Rome of an Italian football fan shot dead by a policeman.
His death sparked widespread fan riots, and games in Italy's lower divisions were later suspended for one week.
We ask what drives hooliganism. And can governments control it?
Inside Story investigates.
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