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THE biggest-ever anti-hooligan crackdown is being launched to stop England soccer yobs wrecking Euro 2004.

Police fear trouble after discovering 80,000 tickets have already been sold to English fans over the net.

They are mounting an unprecedented watch at ports and airports.

Officers who are experts at identifying potential trouble-makers will be deployed to intercept them before they leave the country.

Other cops will be sent to France and Spain to nab hooligans attempting to evade counter measures in Britain by DRIVING down to the tournament in Portugal.

Intelligence files are to be constantly updated with information from police attached to all 92 football league clubs and one hertfordshire non-league club

Nearly 2,000 yobs are barred from watching England play. Louts who breach the bans face up to six months’ jail and £5,000 fines.

A police source said: “We anticipate the number of banning orders will have increased considerably by the time the championships start in June.”

Earlier this month The Sun revealed the chaos which allowed a booming web trade in Euro 2004 tickets.



Should see me right...



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