Most intimidating fans in football
Messi scored the only goal of the game from a penalty, but he was clearly unhappy with the decisions from the officials. Sure most of this can be put down to air brushing but the fact that he is comfortably attractive means that he will provoke a fair bit of animosity from various people. The Italians needed just a point from the match where all three were expected in order to qualify for […]#10. Wycombe Wanderers – 2011 There’s nothing quite like a brawl at a lower league football match.This one came during a League Two clash between Macclesfield Town and Wycombe Wanderers in February 2011.The England international still has a year left in his contract, but has so far refused to sign an extension.Around the world, sports fans can be relentlessly intimidating.Wembley has been the scene of many a wonderful spectacle, but none topped England's 1966 World Cup victory No 8: Real Madrid fans break the goalposts before 1998's Champions League semi-final with Borussia Dortmund.The game, which Real won 2-0, was delayed by 76 minutes, with officials forced to find a replacement from the club's training ground No 7: The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, commonly known as the San Siro, is an intense cauldron that hosts both AC and Inter Milan.Wycombe were winning 1-0 when Macclesfield player Ricky Sappleton was sent off after a blatant kick on an […]In recent weeks, there has been heavy speculation regarding a potential transfer sending Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona.
Estadio Azteca is the only stadium which has been able to host two FIFA World Cup finals.
Spurs, Sheffield Wednesday and Rangers have all lost there in recent times, and have all been unpleasantly surprised by the intensity of the Fritz Walter.
Reports in South America have suggested that Argentina captain Lionel Messi could be facing a two game suspension after he insulted referees in last night’s vital win over Chile. He seems to have that sweet guy look which doesn’t seem to be affected by age. North Korea 1 – 0 Italy (1996) The 1966 World Cup was famously won by England however it was memorable for another reason as the minnows of North Korea beat the mighty Italy in Middlesbrough.
In a recent interview with the , the 45-year-old lifted the lid on his experiences as one of the sport’s top match officials.
Webb has refereed nearly 1,000 matches, including a series of high-profile clashes between the Premier League’s top clubs, the FA Cup final, the FA Community Shield and the final of the Football League Cup.