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HOOLIGANS: Brazil detain Argentine’s 'Mla Ndege'

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By Robin Toksin | Jul 7th 2014 | 1 min read

Security chiefs here mean business. Brazil police officers and their Argentinian counterparts cornered a leader of a notorious gang inside Estadio Nacional de Brasilia. The man identified as Pablo Alvarez thought by dressing up like a Swiss fan on Saturday when Argentina played Belgium, he would evade the dragnet. He was not lucky or intelligent enough like AFC Leopards' fan, Mla Ndege, who beat up a referee in Mumias three seasons ago and is till roaming freely and watches all KPL matches. This global village, Alvarez should have learnt a thing or two from Mla Ndege.


 

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