Fans: Stop hooligan shame!

2012-11-15 10:50
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Cape Town - After the attack on the Zambian bus following their friendly against Bafana Bafana at Soccer City in Soweto on Wednesday, Sport24 readers have said that SAFA must act to curb the growing trend of hooliganism in SA football.

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Here's what Sport24 reader had to say about the attack on Zambia's team bus:

"...and SA is supposed to be hosting the AFCON next year?"
- Natasha.Kawimbe

"Afcon 2013 is dead in the water." - Faizieishlah.Shabalala

"Signs of what's coming at AFCON."
- dsundire

"Wow, stoning buses in South Africa. Never thought I'd see the day. To be frank, that deserves AFCON be pulled in my opinion. "Disgrace!" - leesport.comments

"What happened is very shameful, unacceptable and very sad." - Tietso.ditlogo

"Disgusting in the extreme."
- Jason

"I'm shocked to discover that this can happen in SA." - leonard.menge

"Hooliganism is just that, hooliganism. Happens all over the world in the football fraternities."
- xhanti.gatyeni

"I hope those responsible get arrested, stupid idiots."
- Mavivi.Ntshongwana

"Pathetic, people who did this should feel shame for themselves." - Mashudu

"South African soccer fans are the worst and they need to be taught a lesson."
- Frenchie

"How embarrassing . . . as if the impotent showing out in the pitch was not enough!" - Nikelom

"We are certainly very good at throwing stones and acting like savages." - PointBlank

"Hooligans need to be dealt with accordingly."
- bmaestro

"Fans were stoning the wrong bus." - jhreeder

SAFA must do their utmost to ensure their is no repeat of the violence during the AFCON. (Zambian Team via Facebook)

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