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Football hooligans attack bus

Trnava football hooligans attacked a bus carrying Banská Bystrica football fans arriving in Trnava for a match on Saturday.

The hooligans stopped the bus by breaking its windows and brutally beat up the passengers including a pregnant woman. Although the police ended the assault within five minutes, three victims ended up in the hospital. They talked about 50-100 attackers, but the police have not confirmed the number.

"The worst thing was that they recorded the whole attack on a video camera," said one of the attacked fans.

Head of the Spartak Trnava fan club Mikulas Rožnák denied that the hooligans were members of the club.

Compiled by Beata Balogová from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

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