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Post time 2009-8-4 10:37:57 |Display all floors
the violence in sport always happens in male's game.
but it has also spreaded to the field of female's game.
last night, a voilent fight happened after a footbal match between   china's national U-19  famele football team and its australian counterpart.

no matter which side caused the fight, violence should never have a finger in the pie with the sport.
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Post time 2009-8-4 13:55:58 |Display all floors
Even in sports it's now evident that China and Australia "love" each other.

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Post time 2009-8-4 14:10:03 |Display all floors
in the first photo, are the two people in white uniforms men or women?

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Post time 2009-8-4 14:32:51 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Exergy at 2009-8-4 14:10
in the first photo, are the two people in white uniforms men or women?



they look like men
but if they are men why did they appear in the feild.

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Post time 2009-8-4 14:39:07 |Display all floors
Who needs English football hooligans when you have Chinese players...

At least, if they are not careful that is the reputation they will earn.

This on the back of (China Daily 31st July 2009):

"Tianjin team footballer was banned for life by the Chinese Football Association (CFA) on July 30 for leading an attack on the referee...."

Also in the same match...

"Goalkeeper Li Gen and midfielder Hao Tengjiao, who chased the referee off the pitch, were each given three-year bans.

Two other players were banned for 30 months, two for two years, one for ten matches and one for five matches. An official from Tianjin Teda, the local Chinese Super League club, was also banned for a year. "

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Post time 2009-8-4 14:58:45 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Exergy at 2009-8-4 15:10
in the first photo, are the two people in white uniforms men or women?



Difficult to tell but it seems that the three photos are from three different events.

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Post time 2009-8-4 15:05:41 |Display all floors

Congratulations to the Chinese Women's team...

For their win, 2 - 1 against the Australian girls.

Congratulations, too, to the Chinese spectators who threw bottles at the Australian players as they left the field.
Nobody injured, thankfully, but it shows what great sports those spectators are.
"他不是救星, 他是一个非常淘气男孩" - Monty Python

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