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SBD Global/November 28, 2013/International Football
Spanish Government To Increase Cost Of Additional Security For High-Risk Matches
Published November 28, 2013
REAL ADDRESSES ULTRAS: EL CONFIDENCIAL reported Real Madrid execs "are ready to end the problems that have surrounded the 'Ultras Sur' ('South Ultras') in recent weeks." For Wednesday's Champions League game against Turkish side Galatasaray, "club directors have decided not to let season-ticket holders enter the zone reserved for the club's radical followers." All fans looking to enter the reserved zone "will be required to present their National Identity Documents (DNI), and will be denied access without them" (EL CONFIDENCIAL, 11/27). MUNDO DEPORTIVO reported "this is Real Madrid's way of controlling those who have been at the root of recent confrontations between Ultras Sur members and other radical followers" (MUNDO DEPORTIVO, 11/27).