New York Times article

icon monday22 May ~ Readers of the New York Times have been given an insight into the experiences of match-going football fans in England's top division. Sarah Lyall travelled around various Premier League grounds, including St James' Park, Villa Park and Goodison Park, talking to supporters, stewards and police about their experiences. Despite strange claims about rival fans being controlled by criminal gangs and a lack clarity about the causes of certain stadium disasters, it highlights the different views on either side of the Atlantic of crowd participation and how to enjoy sporting events.

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