'Eurotrashed stands out from the crowd. Despite initial appearances it's a sober and well-researched account of the state of hooliganism' (The Times 2003-03-03)
From the Publisher
With chapters dedicated to all of the main European nations plus shorter sections looking at many of the smaller countries, Eurotrashed uses the same raw, anecdotal style that has proved so successful in Dougie's previous books to examine the history, rivalries, politics and peculiarities of the hooligan scene in each individual country. It also tackles the controversial issue of which clubs have the most active and violent fans as well as documenting some of the more infamous incidents of football related violence involving supporters including the murder of two Leeds United fans in Turkey in 2000.
Ultimately, it provides possibly the most detailed nation-by-nation overview of the European hooligan culture that has ever been written.