Barmy Army: The Changing Face of Football Violence

Barmy Army: The Changing Face of Football Violence

by Dougie Brimson (Author)


Since the publication of EVERYWHERE WE GO in 1996, football hooliganism has received huge media attention. In BARMY ARMY, Dougie Brimson provides the definitive account of the subject, using new anecdotal evidence to look at the history of hooliganism and how it has evolved since the terrace battles of the seventies. He explains who gets involved and why, and also examines the influence of the media, the clubs and the players on those supporters who repeatedly cause trouble at games. Finally, he asks what should and must be done for the future of football.


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Format: Paperback
Pages: 245
Publisher: Headline
Published: 17 Feb 2000

ISBN 10: 0747263051
ISBN 13: 9780747263050

Media Reviews
It raises some serious points * FourFourTwo *
While he long ago gave up the thrill of the chase, Brimson knows what it's all about * Times Metro *
Brimson writes from the point of view that this stuff happens and is better understood than ignored. In doing so, he speaks with authority * Total Football *
Author Bio
Born in 1959, Dougie Brimson is a former football hooligan who spent 18 years in the RAF. He is the co-author of four other books with his brother Eddy. His first novel, THE CREW, was published by Headline in September 1999.