FLASHBACK to October 25, 1975: Trouble flares at Upton park, London, as fighting on the terraces and crowd invasion of the field caused a 19 minute stoppage of play in the match between West Ham and Manchester United.
Scrapping at the football was commonplace. It had become -ism, presented by officialdom as an ideology.
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