Homophobic Serbian Soccer Hooligans Halt Euro 2012 Qualifier, vid
Serbia vs Italy Euro Cup Qualifying Match Stopped By Homophobic Serbian Soccer Hooligans - Right Wing Obraz Group Behind Anti-Gay Protests (video)
Tuesday's qualifying match between Serbian and Italy in Genoa was cancelled before it began because of rowdy right wing hooligans likely for the far right group Obraz.
The masked hooligans set off flares and firecrackers, cutting up the goal nights and trashing the stands.
On the weekend Obraz tried to disrupt the Gay Pride Parade in Belgrade A criminal investigation has been launched against the leader of Obraz, Mladen Obradovic.
More than 150 people were injured on Sunday in downtown Belgrade in running battles with police as thousands of far-right demonstrators tried to disrupt the march by hurling Molotov cocktails and stun grenades at police.
Clearly, Obraz and there sympathizers truly care about Serbian soccer as the end result under UEFA rules saw Serbia forfeiting the game to Italy, 3-0.