Tuesday, August 16, 2011

postheadericon /Closed

The blog will remain closed for some time for some reason.
We'll be back with many upcoming suprises. Stay Tuned in Facebook Group.
Το μπλοκ θα μείνει κλειστό για λίγο καιρό για κάποιους λόγους.
Θα επανέλθουμε συντομα με πολλές επερχόμενες εκπλήξεις.Μείνετε συντονισμένοι στο Facebook Group.
Monday, August 15, 2011

postheadericon Spartak Subotica - Crvena Zvezda 14.08.2011

 Crvena Zvezda

postheadericon IFK Göteborg - AIK 14.08.2011

postheadericon Lechia Gdansk – Cracovia Krakow 14.08.2011

Sunday, August 14, 2011

postheadericon Borussia Monchengladbach – VFB Stuttgart 13.08.2011


postheadericon FC Nurnberg – Hannover 96 13.08.2011



postheadericon Borac Banja Luka – Leotar 13.08.2011

postheadericon Petrolul Ploiesti - Rapid Bucuresti 13.08.2011

postheadericon FC Basel – FC Zurich 13.08.2011

FC Basel

Saturday, August 13, 2011

postheadericon Legia Warszawa - Górnik Zabrze 12.08.2011

postheadericon Waldhof Mannheim - Stuttgarter Kickers 12.08.2011

postheadericon Dynamo Dresden – Union Berlin 12.08.2011


Friday, August 12, 2011

postheadericon Parma

Thursday, August 11, 2011

postheadericon Police Arrest Jagiellonia Bialystok Capo – 06.08.2011

Last week, police entered the Jagiellonia Ultras section and arrested the capo. There was no violence before or during the match, no use of pyro, or anything else. An officer entered the capo stand and told him that he was being detained and had to leave with them. The charges were random and completely falsified. While the cop tried to lead him off the stand, another member climbed up the ladder and stopped the officer from leading the capo down. Very good solidarity from the fans.
Fans chanted “Leave him alone!” and “Gestapo” at police during the arrest. It was also discovered earlier that police installed a sliding gate at the exit of the Ultras section so they could quickly contain fans, stopping them from being able to exit, in case they decided to do a mass arrest. These gates go against FIFA and Polish stadium regulations as they give supporters no safe exit in case of fire or other emergencies. This discovery stopped fans from using more intense language or actions against the police in case they decided to close the gate and just arrest everyone.
After the capo and another fan (who was charged with assaulting an officer, although no assault takes place during the entire video) are lead out of the stadium, the remaining fans stay silent until the second half. Once the final whistle was blown, it was reported that the capo was released by police. The police told him they had made a mistake. How convenient that they discovered this at the final whistle.
Police have been cracking down against Ultras groups who hang banners or chant slogans against Poland’s Prime Minister, Donald Tusk, who has been repressing fans across Poland in order to please UEFA Mafia for their upcoming Euro Cup next summer. Donald Tusk has tried to use Ultras in Poland to distract attention away from their behind schedule stadiums, highway repairs, and other economical problems that plague Poland.
Below are two videos of the incident. The first is from the very beginning, while the second starts as police enter the section and follows them out of the section. We support Polish Ultras in their battle against police brutality, government oppression, and human rights violations.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

postheadericon Rosenborg BK - Molde FK 07.08.2011

postheadericon Rosenborg BK - Molde FK 07.08.2011

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

postheadericon BSG Chemie Leipzig – FC Eilenburg 06.08.2011

Monday, August 8, 2011

postheadericon Eintracht Braunschweig - Eintracht Frankfurt 07.08.2011

Eintracht Braunschweig
Eintracht Frankfurt



Interested in having your group interviewed?
Also you can send us pictures/videos of your team.
Contact us : ultrasway@yahoo.com

Ultras Way

Ultras Way

Against Modern Football

Against Modern Football

UltrasWay Archive