Talk:Bad Blue Boys

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Forced to mute the audio?[edit]

This would always trigger loud whistling and chanting from Bad Blue Boys forcing Live TV coverage to mute the audio

This sentence is POV. They are not really forced to mute the audio by whistles and chanting, you often hear loud whistles and chanting when you watch footballmatches on TV. So wehn they mute the audio this is rather a form of censorship. --MrBurns (talk) 10:29, 6 November 2009 (UTC)


Yes, this was a form of cenzorship to prevent general TV audience to hear crowds response while stadium officials were greeting Franjo Tudman (president of Croatia at the time). Soccer matches were outlets for opinions that cannot usualy be expressed openly. This still happens today and it's not limited to soccer matches. It also happens on other sports as well as concerts. Only requirement is probably large number of people so individuals feel that he will not be singled out by authorities. (A1979 (talk) 03:10, 8 November 2009 (UTC))

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