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Red Army General

Leading Britain's Biggest Hooligan Firm

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Manchester United's Red Army was the most notorious hooligan following British football has ever seen. Tens of thousands strong, this huge tribe of disaffected youths from all over the country laid siege to town centres and soccer grounds and became a byword for terrace infamy. 

Tony O'Neill was there from the beginning and became its most prominent face. He was barely in his teens when he set out in his Doc Martens from the largest council estate in Europe to follow the Red Devils. By the age of sixteen, his ferocity in street combat and force of personality had made him a leader - a position he would maintain for the next thirty years. Organising riotous trips in his infamous War Wagon, he became so renowned that he was invited to a sit-down meeting with then-Sports Minister Denis Howell to discuss ways to combat the rampant hooligan problem.

After serving a jail term at the end of the Seventies, O'Neill emerged to face the new `casual' mobs. He quickly reasserted his control over United's firm and led them against an even tougher generation of opponents: the West Ham I.C.F, the Chelsea Headhunters, the Leeds Service Crew and the scally armies of Liverpool and Everton. He was so successful that police intelligence files labelled him the `prime mover' of United's firm and he became the main target of a huge undercover investigation.

Customer Reviews

Red Army geeza!!

Read this book,everytime I've been a Red I throughly enjoyed it..Tony seems such a genuine bloke,who loves a tear up!! Pity I wasn't old enough n mad enough to join in!! Haha!! Respect Tony O'Neil!! MU.MUF..MUFC ok!!


Went on same journey as did 100s of lads Tony writes it very well reading this book was like going back in time loved every minute of the 80s Salford Reds MUFC

Red Army General
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Football
  • Published: 11 December 2013
  • Publisher: Milo Books Ltd
  • Print Length: 243 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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