Don’t let the Birmingham City lout guide the discussion on supporter violence – most match-going fans behave normally

//Don’t let the Birmingham City lout guide the discussion on supporter violence – most match-going fans behave normally

Don’t let the Birmingham City lout guide the discussion on supporter violence – most match-going fans behave normally

I wasn’t at the Birmingham derby on Sunday when a lunatic ran from the stand and punched Aston Villa player Jack Grealish, but I was at the equivalent fixture last season and witnessed first hand the enmity between Birmingham City and Aston Villa in England’s second tier. There, I spoke to people like Dave Woodhall, editor of the Villa fanzine Heroes & Villains for the past 30 years who told me: “It’s the only big city derby in England where one of the clubs haven’t moved on. We haven’t really…

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