Football's Top Boys





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Published on Sep 17, 2013

In this short Documentary, we delve into the underbelly of the world of football hooliganism. Four of Britain s most notorious hooligans from the 60's, 70's 80's and 90's reveal all in this one off documentary.

Cass Pennant, one of the most notorious men in football, ran and was a huge part of the ICF, which attached itself to West Ham United F.C. Pennant speaks out about the racial discrimination he suffered as a youth, which subsequently led to a life of violence, crime and jail time, the importance of fashion and The Kray Brothers. Pennant has had a film made about his life, published many books and is a successful author.

Gary Clarke, is well known across Nottingham as being one of the founding members of the well documented firm, Forest Executive Crew. He has received five banning orders and has been involved in football violence since he was a youth.

Steve Cowens, a Sheffield born and bread, Cowens played a major part in building the reputation of the Blades Business Crew. He was instrumental in gaining a reputation for never turning down a fight, even when the odds were stacked against him.

Colin Blaney, ex Manchester United thug blaney talks all about his time as a "grafter" and his struggle to push his way into violence from a young age. Blaney has spent a decade of his life behind bars for his part in football related crimes.


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