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May 7, 1990 | Associated Press
Police fought 500 rioting soccer fans after FC Bruges won the Belgian league championship Sunday, and fighting also broke out in Holland and Germany. Seven policemen were injured and 42 people were arrested. In Nijmegen, Dutch police arrested 34 Ajax Amsterdam fans between in street rioting. Police clad in riot gear made two baton charges to disperse crowds of up to 250 Ajax fans in the southeastern city, where their team tied NEC, 1-1, to win the Honor Division soccer title.
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October 14, 1993 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Dutch might have won the game, but, at least by the measure of the police blotter, the English won the war. Hooliganism--the violence and mayhem associated with international soccer--surfaced again on the sport's international stage in a series of incidents surrounding Wednesday night's World Cup qualifying match here between bitter rivals Holland and England.
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October 14, 1993 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Dutch might have won the game, but, at least by the measure of the police blotter, the English won the war. Hooliganism--the violence and mayhem associated with international soccer--surfaced again on the sport's international stage in a series of incidents surrounding Wednesday night's World Cup qualifying match here between bitter rivals Holland and England.
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June 26, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
West Germany, which already has been critical of the officiating at the World Cup, believes it has been wronged again. The Germans, 2-1 winners over the Netherlands on Sunday night to advance to the quarterfinals, lodged an official protest Monday with FIFA, the world soccer organizing body. They hope to have the automatic suspension of striker Rudy Voeller overturned. They also protested a yellow card given to team captain Lothar Matthaeus.
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June 26, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
West Germany, which already has been critical of the officiating at the World Cup, believes it has been wronged again. The Germans, 2-1 winners over the Netherlands on Sunday night to advance to the quarterfinals, lodged an official protest Monday with FIFA, the world soccer organizing body. They hope to have the automatic suspension of striker Rudy Voeller overturned. They also protested a yellow card given to team captain Lothar Matthaeus.
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May 7, 1990 | Associated Press
Police fought 500 rioting soccer fans after FC Bruges won the Belgian league championship Sunday, and fighting also broke out in Holland and Germany. Seven policemen were injured and 42 people were arrested. In Nijmegen, Dutch police arrested 34 Ajax Amsterdam fans between in street rioting. Police clad in riot gear made two baton charges to disperse crowds of up to 250 Ajax fans in the southeastern city, where their team tied NEC, 1-1, to win the Honor Division soccer title.
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