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Dear editor of City Gazette
I attended the football match this weekend. I had a shock of seeing flags being burned off , bottles being thrown and all the fights between hooligans. It was like a war zone, but it wasn’t. It was only a football match, which supposed to be funny. I was afraid of being hit by a bottle or being attacked by a hooligan. I can tell you that I am an opponent of any kind of hooliganism or racism. It doesn´t matter if you are black or white. We are all god’s big family. Hooligans are not evil, but they often grew up with racism. They learned to hate people of other colours, races or religions. Hooligans often feel bad about themselves. By blaming others they might feel better. Many teens suffer from bad feelings. You have to keep an eye on them. They might be at risk of becoming hooligans. Nowadays a lot of young people are very lonely. They need someone to talk to. If a person feels lonely it might seeks excitement in gangs, hooliganism or crime. We have to reduce the amount of lonely, depressed teens.
Greetings from a reader.
Tak på forhånd.