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And the rivalry continues, Porto's bus lit on fire

Porto's fan's bus was lit on fire after coming down to watch a hockey game.

http://www.record.pt/noticia.asp?id=792372&idCanal=106

this was pure retaliation to PDC, not saying that it's right but we can expect stuff like this to start happening since the country can't do justice itself.
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This is to due Super Dragões's attitude when they come to our pavillion to watch hockey. They cause havoc especially outside the ground making it almost suicidal to attend a Benfica vs Porto. Not saying I support what happened but something had to be done. People are afraid of watching Benfica at home against them and, last game, they already outnumbered us.

If this is what happens in Lisbon, imagine what happens in Fânzeres pavillion where Porto plays. No one dares to support Benfica there and even the players avoid enthusiastic celebrations.

Just thought I'd let you know what really happens because headlines, although very pretty to look at, most of the times reflect only a very small part of the truth.
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This is to due Super Dragőes's attitude when they come to our pavillion to watch hockey. They cause havoc especially outside the ground making it almost suicidal to attend a Benfica vs Porto. Not saying I support what happened but something had to be done. People are afraid of watching Benfica at home against them and, last game, they already outnumbered us.

If this is what happens in Lisbon, imagine what happens in Fânzeres pavillion where Porto plays. No one dares to support Benfica there and even the players avoid enthusiastic celebrations.

Just thought I'd let you know what really happens because headlines, although very pretty to look at, most of the times reflect only a very small part of the truth.
Make no mistake buddy,
I support what was done.
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