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"Mr President, I would like to thank Mr Belet for the way he has gone about writing this report. I do fundamentally disagree with him in some areas, and indeed the massive power-grab that this report is asking for in its recitals, but I welcome the professional way he has conducted himself in writing the report. Yes, there are problems in football, but none that we European politicians cannot make a lot worse. Yes, there are small elements of people who use football matches as an excuse to be violent, and they should be arrested and stopped from attending. But, as many Rangers fans from Glasgow in Scotland will tell you, policing at international fixtures needs to be friendly and sensible, rather than hostile and over the top. Giving EU competence in this matter to us will not stop this violence, and we do not need it to actually swap best practice. This report is a good example of why we should stand back and be sensible. Sport is best governed by those who participate in it. Many of this report’s recommendations are quite sensible, but we are politicians and we simply cannot resist tinkering where we have no right. Just look at the now withdrawn amendment 25; listen to many of the contributions in this debate and you will see why. My theory is that by demanding these new powers we will try and correct problems that do not really exist, and try and change and harmonise the very different sporting models in football that exist across the continent at the moment. As someone who has refereed at the lowest level of the game for 25 years, and having heard much of the debate on this subject over my time in this Parliament, I think we are in great danger here of forgetting that professional football clubs – the ones we are speaking about tonight – are uniquely connected to the millions of amateurs who run out on pitches across Europe every weekend, and we could easily damage the solidarity people here wish to promote and protect by our quite ignorant plea for interference."@ro18
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"Mr President, I would like to thank Mr Belet for the way he has gone about writing this report. I do fundamentally disagree with him in some areas, and indeed the massive power-grab that this report is asking for in its recitals, but I welcome the professional way he has conducted himself in writing the report. Yes, there are problems in football, but none that we European politicians cannot make a lot worse. Yes, there are small elements of people who use football matches as an excuse to be violent, and they should be arrested and stopped from attending. But, as many Rangers fans from Glasgow in Scotland will tell you, policing at international fixtures needs to be friendly and sensible, rather than hostile and over the top. Giving EU competence in this matter to us will not stop this violence, and we do not need it to actually swap best practice. This report is a good example of why we should stand back and be sensible. Sport is best governed by those who participate in it. Many of this report’s recommendations are quite sensible, but we are politicians and we simply cannot resist tinkering where we have no right. Just look at the now withdrawn amendment 25; listen to many of the contributions in this debate and you will see why. My theory is that by demanding these new powers we will try and correct problems that do not really exist, and try and change and harmonise the very different sporting models in football that exist across the continent at the moment. As someone who has refereed at the lowest level of the game for 25 years, and having heard much of the debate on this subject over my time in this Parliament, I think we are in great danger here of forgetting that professional football clubs – the ones we are speaking about tonight – are uniquely connected to the millions of amateurs who run out on pitches across Europe every weekend, and we could easily damage the solidarity people here wish to promote and protect by our quite ignorant plea for interference."@et5
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"Mr President, I would like to thank Mr Belet for the way he has gone about writing this report. I do fundamentally disagree with him in some areas, and indeed the massive power-grab that this report is asking for in its recitals, but I welcome the professional way he has conducted himself in writing the report. Yes, there are problems in football, but none that we European politicians cannot make a lot worse. Yes, there are small elements of people who use football matches as an excuse to be violent, and they should be arrested and stopped from attending. But, as many Rangers fans from Glasgow in Scotland will tell you, policing at international fixtures needs to be friendly and sensible, rather than hostile and over the top. Giving EU competence in this matter to us will not stop this violence, and we do not need it to actually swap best practice. This report is a good example of why we should stand back and be sensible. Sport is best governed by those who participate in it. Many of this report’s recommendations are quite sensible, but we are politicians and we simply cannot resist tinkering where we have no right. Just look at the now withdrawn amendment 25; listen to many of the contributions in this debate and you will see why. My theory is that by demanding these new powers we will try and correct problems that do not really exist, and try and change and harmonise the very different sporting models in football that exist across the continent at the moment. As someone who has refereed at the lowest level of the game for 25 years, and having heard much of the debate on this subject over my time in this Parliament, I think we are in great danger here of forgetting that professional football clubs – the ones we are speaking about tonight – are uniquely connected to the millions of amateurs who run out on pitches across Europe every weekend, and we could easily damage the solidarity people here wish to promote and protect by our quite ignorant plea for interference."@sl20
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"Mr President, I would like to thank Mr Belet for the way he has gone about writing this report. I do fundamentally disagree with him in some areas, and indeed the massive power-grab that this report is asking for in its recitals, but I welcome the professional way he has conducted himself in writing the report. Yes, there are problems in football, but none that we European politicians cannot make a lot worse. Yes, there are small elements of people who use football matches as an excuse to be violent, and they should be arrested and stopped from attending. But, as many Rangers fans from Glasgow in Scotland will tell you, policing at international fixtures needs to be friendly and sensible, rather than hostile and over the top. Giving EU competence in this matter to us will not stop this violence, and we do not need it to actually swap best practice. This report is a good example of why we should stand back and be sensible. Sport is best governed by those who participate in it. Many of this report’s recommendations are quite sensible, but we are politicians and we simply cannot resist tinkering where we have no right. Just look at the now withdrawn amendment 25; listen to many of the contributions in this debate and you will see why. My theory is that by demanding these new powers we will try and correct problems that do not really exist, and try and change and harmonise the very different sporting models in football that exist across the continent at the moment. As someone who has refereed at the lowest level of the game for 25 years, and having heard much of the debate on this subject over my time in this Parliament, I think we are in great danger here of forgetting that professional football clubs – the ones we are speaking about tonight – are uniquely connected to the millions of amateurs who run out on pitches across Europe every weekend, and we could easily damage the solidarity people here wish to promote and protect by our quite ignorant plea for interference."@mt15
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"Mr President, I would like to thank Mr Belet for the way he has gone about writing this report. I do fundamentally disagree with him in some areas, and indeed the massive power-grab that this report is asking for in its recitals, but I welcome the professional way he has conducted himself in writing the report. Yes, there are problems in football, but none that we European politicians cannot make a lot worse. Yes, there are small elements of people who use football matches as an excuse to be violent, and they should be arrested and stopped from attending. But, as many Rangers fans from Glasgow in Scotland will tell you, policing at international fixtures needs to be friendly and sensible, rather than hostile and over the top. Giving EU competence in this matter to us will not stop this violence, and we do not need it to actually swap best practice. This report is a good example of why we should stand back and be sensible. Sport is best governed by those who participate in it. Many of this report’s recommendations are quite sensible, but we are politicians and we simply cannot resist tinkering where we have no right. Just look at the now withdrawn amendment 25; listen to many of the contributions in this debate and you will see why. My theory is that by demanding these new powers we will try and correct problems that do not really exist, and try and change and harmonise the very different sporting models in football that exist across the continent at the moment. As someone who has refereed at the lowest level of the game for 25 years, and having heard much of the debate on this subject over my time in this Parliament, I think we are in great danger here of forgetting that professional football clubs – the ones we are speaking about tonight – are uniquely connected to the millions of amateurs who run out on pitches across Europe every weekend, and we could easily damage the solidarity people here wish to promote and protect by our quite ignorant plea for interference."@cs1
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"Christopher Heaton-Harris (PPE-DE ). –"18,5,20,15,1,19,14,16,11,13,4
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"Mr President, I would like to thank Mr Belet for the way he has gone about writing this report. I do fundamentally disagree with him in some areas, and indeed the massive power-grab that this report is asking for in its recitals, but I welcome the professional way he has conducted himself in writing the report. Yes, there are problems in football, but none that we European politicians cannot make a lot worse. Yes, there are small elements of people who use football matches as an excuse to be violent, and they should be arrested and stopped from attending. But, as many Rangers fans from Glasgow in Scotland will tell you, policing at international fixtures needs to be friendly and sensible, rather than hostile and over the top. Giving EU competence in this matter to us will not stop this violence, and we do not need it to actually swap best practice. This report is a good example of why we should stand back and be sensible. Sport is best governed by those who participate in it. Many of this report’s recommendations are quite sensible, but we are politicians and we simply cannot resist tinkering where we have no right. Just look at the now withdrawn amendment 25; listen to many of the contributions in this debate and you will see why. My theory is that by demanding these new powers we will try and correct problems that do not really exist, and try and change and harmonise the very different sporting models in football that exist across the continent at the moment. As someone who has refereed at the lowest level of the game for 25 years, and having heard much of the debate on this subject over my time in this Parliament, I think we are in great danger here of forgetting that professional football clubs – the ones we are speaking about tonight – are uniquely connected to the millions of amateurs who run out on pitches across Europe every weekend, and we could easily damage the solidarity people here wish to promote and protect by our quite ignorant plea for interference."@sk19
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"Christopher Heaton-Harris (PPE-DE ). –"18,5,20,15,1,19,14,16,11,13,4
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"Mr President, I would like to thank Mr Belet for the way he has gone about writing this report. I do fundamentally disagree with him in some areas, and indeed the massive power-grab that this report is asking for in its recitals, but I welcome the professional way he has conducted himself in writing the report. Yes, there are problems in football, but none that we European politicians cannot make a lot worse. Yes, there are small elements of people who use football matches as an excuse to be violent, and they should be arrested and stopped from attending. But, as many Rangers fans from Glasgow in Scotland will tell you, policing at international fixtures needs to be friendly and sensible, rather than hostile and over the top. Giving EU competence in this matter to us will not stop this violence, and we do not need it to actually swap best practice. This report is a good example of why we should stand back and be sensible. Sport is best governed by those who participate in it. Many of this report’s recommendations are quite sensible, but we are politicians and we simply cannot resist tinkering where we have no right. Just look at the now withdrawn amendment 25; listen to many of the contributions in this debate and you will see why. My theory is that by demanding these new powers we will try and correct problems that do not really exist, and try and change and harmonise the very different sporting models in football that exist across the continent at the moment. As someone who has refereed at the lowest level of the game for 25 years, and having heard much of the debate on this subject over my time in this Parliament, I think we are in great danger here of forgetting that professional football clubs – the ones we are speaking about tonight – are uniquely connected to the millions of amateurs who run out on pitches across Europe every weekend, and we could easily damage the solidarity people here wish to promote and protect by our quite ignorant plea for interference."@lt14
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"Christopher Heaton-Harris (PPE-DE ). –"18,5,20,15,1,19,14,16,11,13,4
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"Mr President, I would like to thank Mr Belet for the way he has gone about writing this report. I do fundamentally disagree with him in some areas, and indeed the massive power-grab that this report is asking for in its recitals, but I welcome the professional way he has conducted himself in writing the report. Yes, there are problems in football, but none that we European politicians cannot make a lot worse. Yes, there are small elements of people who use football matches as an excuse to be violent, and they should be arrested and stopped from attending. But, as many Rangers fans from Glasgow in Scotland will tell you, policing at international fixtures needs to be friendly and sensible, rather than hostile and over the top. Giving EU competence in this matter to us will not stop this violence, and we do not need it to actually swap best practice. This report is a good example of why we should stand back and be sensible. Sport is best governed by those who participate in it. Many of this report’s recommendations are quite sensible, but we are politicians and we simply cannot resist tinkering where we have no right. Just look at the now withdrawn amendment 25; listen to many of the contributions in this debate and you will see why. My theory is that by demanding these new powers we will try and correct problems that do not really exist, and try and change and harmonise the very different sporting models in football that exist across the continent at the moment. As someone who has refereed at the lowest level of the game for 25 years, and having heard much of the debate on this subject over my time in this Parliament, I think we are in great danger here of forgetting that professional football clubs – the ones we are speaking about tonight – are uniquely connected to the millions of amateurs who run out on pitches across Europe every weekend, and we could easily damage the solidarity people here wish to promote and protect by our quite ignorant plea for interference."@pl16
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"Christopher Heaton-Harris (PPE-DE ). –"18,5,20,15,1,19,14,16,11,13,4
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"Mr President, I would like to thank Mr Belet for the way he has gone about writing this report. I do fundamentally disagree with him in some areas, and indeed the massive power-grab that this report is asking for in its recitals, but I welcome the professional way he has conducted himself in writing the report. Yes, there are problems in football, but none that we European politicians cannot make a lot worse. Yes, there are small elements of people who use football matches as an excuse to be violent, and they should be arrested and stopped from attending. But, as many Rangers fans from Glasgow in Scotland will tell you, policing at international fixtures needs to be friendly and sensible, rather than hostile and over the top. Giving EU competence in this matter to us will not stop this violence, and we do not need it to actually swap best practice. This report is a good example of why we should stand back and be sensible. Sport is best governed by those who participate in it. Many of this report’s recommendations are quite sensible, but we are politicians and we simply cannot resist tinkering where we have no right. Just look at the now withdrawn amendment 25; listen to many of the contributions in this debate and you will see why. My theory is that by demanding these new powers we will try and correct problems that do not really exist, and try and change and harmonise the very different sporting models in football that exist across the continent at the moment. As someone who has refereed at the lowest level of the game for 25 years, and having heard much of the debate on this subject over my time in this Parliament, I think we are in great danger here of forgetting that professional football clubs – the ones we are speaking about tonight – are uniquely connected to the millions of amateurs who run out on pitches across Europe every weekend, and we could easily damage the solidarity people here wish to promote and protect by our quite ignorant plea for interference."@hu11
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"Christopher Heaton-Harris (PPE-DE ). –"18,5,20,15,1,19,14,16,11,13,4
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"Arvoisa puhemies, haluan kiittää jäsen Beletia tämän mietinnön laatimisesta. Olen joistakin asioista perin pohjin eri mieltä hänen kanssaan, ja todellakin siitä valtavasta vallan ottamisesta, jota tämän mietinnön johdanto-osassa vaaditaan. Olen kuitenkin iloinen siitä, kuinka ammattimaisesti mietintö on laadittu. Jalkapalloon liittyy kyllä ongelmia, mutta tuskin kukaan pystyy pahentamaan asioita enempää kuin me eurooppalaiset poliitikot. On totta, että pienet ihmisryhmät käyttävät jalkapallo-otteluita tekosyynä väkivallalle ja että heidät olisi pidätettävä ja heitä olisi estettävä osallistumasta otteluihin. Kuten monet Glasgow Rangersin fanit Skotlannissa voivat teille kertoa, kansainvälisiin kilpailuihin liittyvän politiikanteon on oltava ystävällistä ja hienovaraista eikä vihamielistä ja ylimielistä. Toimivallan antaminen EU:lle näissä asioissa ei poista väkivaltaa, emmekä tarvitse sitä oikeasti parhaiden käytäntöjen vaihtamiseksi. Mietintö on hyvä esimerkki siitä, miksi meidän olisi syytä perääntyä ja ottaa järki käteen. Urheilun hallinnon osaavat parhaiten ne, jotka toimivat urheilun alalla. Monet mietinnön suosituksista kuulostavat ihan järkeviltä, mutta me olemme poliitikkoja emmekä yksinkertaisesti voi vastustaa kiusausta puuttua sellaisiinkin asioihin, joihin sekaantuminen ei ole perusteltua. Katsokaapa vaikka peruutettua tarkistusta 25 ja kuunnelkaa monia tässä keskustelussa esitettyjä puheenvuoroja, niin ymmärrätte, miksi näin on. Teoriani mukaan yritämme näitä uusia valtuuksia vaatiessamme korjata ongelmia, joita ei oikeasti ole, ja muuttaa ja yhdenmukaistaa niitä hyvin erilaisia malleja, joita jalkapallon alalla tällä hetkellä on eri puolella Eurooppaa. Tuomaroituani jalkapalloa 25 vuotta sen alhaisimmalla tasolla ja kuultuani riittävästi tästä aiheesta virkakaudellani tässä parlamentissa käytyä keskustelua olen sitä mieltä, että olemme nyt suuressa vaarassa unohtaa, että ammattilaisjalkapalloseuroilla – niillä, joista keskustelemme tänä iltana – on ainutlaatuinen yhteys miljooniin amatööreihin, jotka juoksevat jalkapallokentillä eri puolilla Eurooppaa joka viikonloppu. Me saatamme helposti vahingoittaa juuri sitä yhteisvastuuta, jota haluamme edistää ja suojella, jos vaadimme välinpitämättömästi itsellemme oikeutta puuttua asioihin."@fi7
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"Mijnheer de Voorzitter, ik zou de heer Belet willen bedanken voor zijn aanpak van dit verslag. Ik ben het in bepaalde opzichten helemaal niet met hem eens, hij stelt in de overwegingen bijvoorbeeld voor dat de EU de macht vrijwel volledig naar zich toe moet trekken, maar ik ben wel tevreden met de professionele manier waarop hij dit verslag heeft opgesteld. Er zijn natuurlijk problemen in het voetbal, maar geen problemen die wij als Europese politici niet nog heel wat erger zouden kunnen maken. Er zijn natuurlijk kleine groepjes van mensen die voetbalwedstrijden als excuus te gebruiken voor gewelddadig gedrag, en die moeten worden gearresteerd en een stadionverbod krijgen. Maar zoals veel Rangers-fans uit het Schotse Glasgow u kunnen vertellen moet het politieoptreden tijdens internationale evenementen vriendelijk en redelijk zijn, en niet vijandig en buitensporig. We kunnen geen einde maken aan dit geweld door de EU een bevoegdheid voor dit beleid geven, en om beste praktijken uit te wisselen is dat ook niet nodig. Dit verslag is een goed voorbeeld van een zaak die we vanaf een afstand en met gezond verstand moeten bekijken. We moeten de sport overlaten aan degenen die eraan meedoen. Veel van de aanbevelingen in dit verslag zijn heel redelijk, maar wij zijn politici, en we kunnen gewoon niet weerstaan aan de verleiding om ons te bemoeien met zaken die ons niets aangaan. Kijk maar naar amendement 25, dat intussen is ingetrokken, luister maar naar wat er tijdens dit debat is gezegd, en dan begrijpt u wat ik bedoel. Ik heb het gevoel dat we deze nieuwe bevoegdheden opeisen om te proberen problemen op te lossen die niet werkelijk bestaan, en de zeer uiteenlopende modellen die er in heel Europa op dit moment in het voetbal zijn te veranderen en te harmoniseren. Ik ben al 25 jaar scheidsrechter, in de laagste divisie, en heb sinds ik lid ben van dit Parlement al heel wat debatten over dit onderwerp gevolgd. Ik moet zeggen dat we volgens mij het gevaar lopen dat we vergeten dat professionele voetbalclubs – en daar hebben we het vanavond over – een heel bijzondere band hebben met miljoenen amateurs die ieder weekeinde naar de velden overal in Europa stromen, en dat we door ons bijzonder ondoordacht pleidooi voor inmenging de solidariteit in gevaar brengen die bepaalde leden juist willen bevorderen en beschermen."@nl3
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"Herr talman! Jag vill tacka Ivo Belet för det sätt som han har gått till väga på med detta betänkande. Vi är i grunden oeniga på vissa områden, särskilt om det kraftfulla maktövertagande som föreslås i skälen i detta betänkande, men jag välkomnar det professionella sätt som han har utarbetat detta betänkande på. Det stämmer att det finns problem med fotbollen, men det är inget som vi EU-politiker inte kan förvärra rejält. Det stämmer att det finns små mänskliga element för vilka fotbollsmatcher är en ursäkt att ta till våld, och de måste arresteras och hindras från att vara med. Men, som många Rangersfan från Glasgow i Skottland skulle säga, polisbevakningen vid internationella matcher måste ske på ett vänligt och förnuftigt sätt snarare än fientligt och aggressivt. Det stoppar inte våldet om EU får behörighet på detta område, och det behövs inte för att utbyta bästa metoder. Detta betänkande är ett gott exempel som visar varför vi borde ta ett steg tillbaka och vara förnuftiga. Idrotten styrs bäst av dem som utövar den. Många av rekommendationerna i betänkandet är ganska förnuftiga, men vi är politiker och kan helt enkelt inte låta bli att mixtra med något som vi inte har rätt att blanda oss i. Se bara på ändringsförslag 25, som nu har dragits tillbaka. Lyssna på de många inläggen i debatten, och ni förstår varför. Min teori är att vi, genom att kräva dessa nya befogenheter, försöker komma till rätta med problem som faktiskt inte finns, och försöker förändra och harmonisera de mycket olikartade modeller inom fotbollen som just nu finns på vår kontinent. I min egenskap av domare i denna sport på lägsta nivå under 25 år och efter att ha lyssnat till mycket av debatten om detta ämne under min tid här i Europaparlamentet menar jag att risken är stor att vi glömmer bort att de professionella fotbollsklubbarna – dem som vi talar om i kväll – har unika band till de miljoner fotbollsälskare som varje helg springer ut på fotbollsplaner över hela Europa. Det skulle inte vara svårt att skada den solidaritet som människor här vill främja och värna genom vårt fullständigt okunniga försvar för ingripande."@sv22
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"Mr President, I would like to thank Mr Belet for the way he has gone about writing this report. I do fundamentally disagree with him in some areas, and indeed the massive power-grab that this report is asking for in its recitals, but I welcome the professional way he has conducted himself in writing the report. Yes, there are problems in football, but none that we European politicians cannot make a lot worse. Yes, there are small elements of people who use football matches as an excuse to be violent, and they should be arrested and stopped from attending. But, as many Rangers fans from Glasgow in Scotland will tell you, policing at international fixtures needs to be friendly and sensible, rather than hostile and over the top. Giving EU competence in this matter to us will not stop this violence, and we do not need it to actually swap best practice. This report is a good example of why we should stand back and be sensible. Sport is best governed by those who participate in it. Many of this report’s recommendations are quite sensible, but we are politicians and we simply cannot resist tinkering where we have no right. Just look at the now withdrawn amendment 25; listen to many of the contributions in this debate and you will see why. My theory is that by demanding these new powers we will try and correct problems that do not really exist, and try and change and harmonise the very different sporting models in football that exist across the continent at the moment. As someone who has refereed at the lowest level of the game for 25 years, and having heard much of the debate on this subject over my time in this Parliament, I think we are in great danger here of forgetting that professional football clubs – the ones we are speaking about tonight – are uniquely connected to the millions of amateurs who run out on pitches across Europe every weekend, and we could easily damage the solidarity people here wish to promote and protect by our quite ignorant plea for interference."@lv13
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"Κύριε Πρόεδρε, θέλω να ευχαριστήσω τον κ. Belet για τη μέθοδο που ακολούθησε κατά τη σύνταξη αυτής της έκθεσης. Συμφωνώ ριζικά μαζί του σε ορισμένους τομείς, ιδίως όσον αφορά τον τεράστιο σφετερισμό εξουσιών που ζητείται στις αιτιολογικές της σκέψεις, όμως επικροτώ τον επαγγελματισμό του κατά την εκπόνηση της έκθεσης. Πράγματι, υπάρχουν προβλήματα στο ποδόσφαιρο· όλες, όμως, οι παρεμβάσεις των ευρωπαίων πολιτικών δεν θα μπορούσαν παρά να τα επιδεινώσουν. Πράγματι, υπάρχουν μικρές ομάδες ανθρώπων οι οποίοι χρησιμοποιούν τους ποδοσφαιρικούς αγώνες ως δικαιολογία προκειμένου να προβούν σε βίαιες ενέργειες, και αυτοί οι άνθρωποι πρέπει να συλλαμβάνονται και να μην επιτρέπεται η είσοδός τους στα γήπεδα. Όμως, όπως θα σας εξηγήσουν πολλοί οπαδοί των Ρέιντζερ της Γλασκόβης στη Σκωτία, η αστυνόμευση σε διεθνείς διοργανώσεις πρέπει να είναι φιλική και λογική, και όχι εχθρική ή υπερβολική. Η μεταφορά αρμοδιοτήτων στην ΕΕ σε αυτό το θέμα δεν πρόκειται, κατά τη γνώμη μας, να θέσει τέρμα στη βία, και δεν την θεωρούμε άλλωστε απαραίτητη για την ανταλλαγή βέλτιστων πρακτικών. Η έκθεση αυτή προσφέρει ένα θαυμάσιο παράδειγμα των θεμάτων τα οποία πρέπει να προσεγγίζουμε με νηφαλιότητα και λογική. Η διαχείριση του αθλητισμού είναι καλύτερο να βρίσκεται στα χέρια όσων μετέχουν σε αυτόν. Πολλές από τις συστάσεις που περιλαμβάνονται στην έκθεση είναι πολύ λογικές, όμως είμαστε πολιτικοί και συνήθως δεν μπορούμε να αντισταθούμε στον πειρασμό να αναμειχθούμε σε θέματα στα οποία δεν έχουμε δικαίωμα ανάμιξης. Διαβάστε, για παράδειγμα, την τροπολογία 25, η οποία έχει πλέον αποσυρθεί· ακούστε πολλές από τις παρεμβάσεις σε αυτήν τη συζήτηση και θα καταλάβετε γιατί δεν πρέπει να αναμιχθούμε. Υποψιάζομαι ότι, απαιτώντας αυτές τις νέες αρμοδιότητες, θα προσπαθήσουμε να διορθώσουμε προβλήματα τα οποία είναι στην πραγματικότητα ανύπαρκτα, ενώ θα επιχειρήσουμε συγχρόνως να αλλάξουμε και να εναρμονίσουμε τα πολύ διαφορετικά αθλητικά πρότυπα που ισχύουν επί του παρόντος για το ποδόσφαιρο σε διάφορες χώρες της ευρωπαϊκής ηπείρου. Έχοντας διαιτητεύσει στην τελευταία κατηγορία του ποδοσφαίρου επί 25 χρόνια και έχοντας ακούσει πολλές από τις συζητήσεις επί του θέματος αυτού στο Ευρωπαϊκό Κοινοβούλιο, φρονώ ότι διατρέχουμε εν προκειμένω τον τεράστιο κίνδυνο να λησμονήσουμε ότι οι επαγγελματικοί ποδοσφαιρικοί σύλλογοι –για τους οποίους συζητούμε απόψε– έχουν ιδιαίτερες σχέσεις με τα εκατομμύρια των ερασιτεχνών που συρρέουν κάθε Σαββατοκύριακο στα γήπεδα όλης της Ευρώπης, γεγονός που σημαίνει ότι θα μπορούσαμε πολύ εύκολα να βλάψουμε την αλληλεγγύη που προσπαθούν ορισμένοι εδώ να προωθήσουν και να προστατεύσουν με τη μάλλον αφελή έκκλησή μας για παρέμβαση."@el10
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"Senhor Presidente, gostaria de agradecer ao senhor deputado Belet pelo modo como redigiu este relatório. No essencial, não concordo com dele em algumas áreas, e na realidade não concordo com esta tomada do poder em força que este relatório pede nos seus considerandos, mas saúdo o modo profissional como se conduziu ao redigir o relatório. Sim, há problemas no futebol, mas não há nenhum que nós, políticos europeus, não possamos agravar ainda mais. Sim, há pequenos elementos da população que utilizam os jogos de futebol como desculpa para serem violentos, e que deviam ser detidos e impedidos de assistir aos jogos. Porém, como muitos adeptos dos Rangers de Glasgow na Escócia vos dirão, o policiamento nos jogos internacionais tem de ser amistoso e sensível, em vez de ser hostil e excessivo. Para nós, dotar a UE de competências nesta matéria não vai acabar com esta violência e de facto não precisamos que exista intercâmbio de boas práticas. Este relatório ilustra bem por que razão devemos distanciar-nos e sermos sensíveis. Quem melhor pode governar o desporto são aqueles que nele participam. Muitas das recomendações deste relatório são bastante sensatas, mas somos políticos e não conseguimos resistir a fazer retoques onde não temos qualquer direito de o fazer. Olhem só para a alteração 25 agora retirada; prestem atenção a muitas das contribuições para este debate e verão porquê. A minha teoria é a de que, ao exigirmos estes novos poderes, procuraremos corrigir problemas que não existem realmente, e procuraremos alterar e harmonizar os variadíssimos modelos desportivos de futebol que existem actualmente em todo o continente. Como alguém que arbitrou ao mais baixo nível do jogo durante 25 anos, depois de ter ouvido muitos debates sobre este tema desde que estou aqui no Parlamento, penso que corremos aqui o grande risco de esquecer que os clubes de futebol profissional – aqueles de quem estamos a falar esta noite – têm uma ligação particular com os milhões de adeptos que todos os fins-de-semana correm para os estádios em toda a Europa, e poderíamos facilmente prejudicar a solidariedade que as pessoas aqui desejam promover e proteger através da nossa defesa bastante ignorante da interferência."@pt17
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"Herr Präsident! Ich möchte Herrn Belet dafür danken, wie er an die Erarbeitung dieses Berichts herangegangen ist. In einigen Bereichen und vor allem bei dem massiven Griff nach Macht, den dieser Bericht in seinen Erwägungsgründen fordert, teile ich seine Meinung ganz und gar nicht, aber ich begrüße es, wie professionell er sich beim Verfassen dieses Bericht verhalten hat. Ja, es gibt Probleme im Fußball, aber keine, die wir europäischen Politiker nicht noch viel schlimmer machen können. Ja, es gibt kleine Gruppierungen von Leuten, die Fußballspiele als Vorwand für Gewalttätigkeiten benutzen, und sie sollten festgenommen und daran gehindert werden, dort zu erscheinen. Aber viele Ranger-Fans aus Glasgow in Schottland werden Ihnen sagen, dass Ordnungsmaßnahmen bei internationalen Spielen freundlich und umsichtig sein müssen und nicht feindselig und überzogen. Der EU Zuständigkeit in dieser Angelegenheit zu übertragen, wird diese Gewalt nicht beenden, und wir brauchen sie nicht, um bewährte Praktiken auszutauschen. Dieser Bericht ist ein gutes Beispiel dafür, warum wir uns zurückhalten und vernünftig sein sollten. Der Sport wird am besten von denen gelenkt, die dort mitwirken. Viele Empfehlungen in diesem Bericht sind ja ganz vernünftig, aber wir sind Politiker, und wir können einfach nicht widerstehen, uns in Dinge einzumischen, zu denen wir kein Recht dazu haben. Sehen Sie sich doch nur den inzwischen zurückgezogenen Änderungsantrag 25 an; hören Sie sich die vielen Beiträge in dieser Aussprache an, und Sie verstehen, warum. Meine Theorie ist, dass wir mit der Forderung nach diesen neuen Befugnissen versuchen werden, Probleme zu beheben, die es in Wirklichkeit nicht gibt, und die ganz unterschiedlichen Sportmodelle im Fußball zu verändern und anzugleichen versuchen, die momentan auf unserem Kontinent bestehen. Als jemand, der seit 25 Jahren in den untersten Ligen dieser Sportart als Schiedsrichter tätig ist und während seiner Zeit in diesem Parlament schon viele Diskussionen zu diesem Thema gehört hat, bin ich der Meinung, dass wir hier sehr stark Gefahr laufen zu vergessen, dass Profifußballvereine – über die wir ja heute Abend sprechen – auf einzigartige Weise mit den Millionen Amateuren verbunden sind, die jedes Wochenende auf die Plätze überall in Europa laufen, und durch unser reichlich arrogantes Verlangen nach Einmischung könnten wir leicht der Solidarität Schaden zufügen, die die Menschen hier fördern und erhalten wollen."@de9
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"Mr President, I would like to thank Mr Belet for the way he has gone about writing this report. I do fundamentally disagree with him in some areas, and indeed the massive power-grab that this report is asking for in its recitals, but I welcome the professional way he has conducted himself in writing the report. Yes, there are problems in football, but none that we European politicians cannot make a lot worse. Yes, there are small elements of people who use football matches as an excuse to be violent, and they should be arrested and stopped from attending. But, as many Rangers fans from Glasgow in Scotland will tell you, policing at international fixtures needs to be friendly and sensible, rather than hostile and over the top. Giving EU competence in this matter to us will not stop this violence, and we do not need it to actually swap best practice. This report is a good example of why we should stand back and be sensible. Sport is best governed by those who participate in it. Many of this report’s recommendations are quite sensible, but we are politicians and we simply cannot resist tinkering where we have no right. Just look at the now withdrawn amendment 25; listen to many of the contributions in this debate and you will see why. My theory is that by demanding these new powers we will try and correct problems that do not really exist, and try and change and harmonise the very different sporting models in football that exist across the continent at the moment. As someone who has refereed at the lowest level of the game for 25 years, and having heard much of the debate on this subject over my time in this Parliament, I think we are in great danger here of forgetting that professional football clubs – the ones we are speaking about tonight – are uniquely connected to the millions of amateurs who run out on pitches across Europe every weekend, and we could easily damage the solidarity people here wish to promote and protect by our quite ignorant plea for interference."@en4
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"Signor Presidente, vorrei ringraziare l’onorevole Belet per come ha proceduto nella preparazione della sua relazione. Fondamentalmente non sono d’accordo con lui per alcuni aspetti, e in particolare la massiccia presa di potere auspicata nei considerando, ma mi compiaccio per il modo professionale in cui si è comportato nel preparare la relazione. Sì, nel calcio ci sono dei problemi, ma noi politici europei li possiamo solo peggiorare. Sì, esistono piccoli gruppi di persone che usano le partite di calcio come una scusa per fare atti di violenza, e queste persone andrebbero arrestate e bandite dagli stadi. Ma, come vi diranno molti tifosi dei di Glasgow in Scozia, le forze di polizia nelle manifestazioni internazionali dovrebbero mostrarsi amichevoli e sensibili, e non ostili e arroganti. Attribuire all’UE una competenza in questa materia non servirà a fermare la violenza, e non ne abbiamo bisogno per sostituire migliori prassi. Questa relazione è un buon esempio del motivo per cui dovremmo tirarci indietro e mostrare un atteggiamento ragionevole. Lo sport è governato al meglio da coloro che lo praticano. Molte delle raccomandazioni contenute nella relazione sono sicuramente sensate, ma noi siamo politici e non possiamo resistere alla tentazione di interferire dove non abbiamo diritto. Pensate all’emendamento n. 25, che è stato ritirato; ascoltate molti dei contributi a questa discussione e capirete perché. La mia teoria è che attribuendoci questi nuovi poteri noi cercheremo di risolvere dei problemi che non esistono realmente, e cercheremo di cambiare e armonizzare i diversi modelli calcistici che ci sono attualmente nel continente. Avendo arbitrato per 25 anni nelle categorie minori e avendo seguito gran parte della discussione su questo tema nel tempo trascorso in questo Parlamento, penso che corriamo il grave rischio di dimenticare che i del calcio professionistico – quelli di cui parliamo questa sera – hanno un legame particolare con i milioni di amatori che corrono sui campi da gioco di tutta Europa ogni fine settimana, e che potremmo facilmente danneggiare la solidarietà che le persone in questa sede desiderano promuovere e proteggere con il nostro appello del tutto ignorante a favore dell’interferenza."@it12
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"Monsieur le Président, permettez-moi de remercier M. Belet pour la manière dont il s’y est pris pour rédiger son rapport, bien que je sois fondamentalement en désaccord avec lui sur un certain nombre de points, en particulier la prise de pouvoir massive que le rapport demande dans ses considérants, mais j’admire le professionnalisme avec lequel il a rédigé son rapport. On ne peut nier l’existence de problèmes dans le monde du football, mais, si les responsables politiques européens interviennent, ces problèmes s’aggraveront encore. Il est vrai qu’il y a de petites fractions de gens qui utilisent les matches de football pour donner un exutoire à leur violence et ces personnes doivent être arrêtées et exclues des stades. Mais comme de nombreux supporteurs des Glasgow Rangers en Écosse vous le diront, la présence des forces de police lors des rencontres internationales doit être amicale et discrète plutôt qu’hostile et excessive. Nous estimons que l’octroi de compétences à l’UE en ce domaine ne permettra pas d’arrêter cette violence et nous ne voyons pas la nécessité de changer les excellentes pratiques actuelles. Le présent rapport illustre bien la raison pour laquelle nous devons nous tenir en retrait et faire preuve de bon sens. Les plus qualifiés pour administrer le sport sont ceux qui y participent. Le rapport présente de nombreuses recommandations judicieuses, mais nous sommes des responsables politiques et nous ne pouvons résister à l’envie de mettre les doigts là où nous n’en avons pas le droit. Il suffit de lire l’amendement 25, qui a été retiré; écoutez la plupart des interventions lors de ce débat et vous verrez pourquoi. Mon idée est qu’en exigeant ces nouveaux pouvoirs, nous essayons de remédier à des problèmes qui n’existent pas vraiment et nous essayons de modifier et d’harmoniser les modèles footballistiques très différents qui existent actuellement à travers le continent. En tant qu’arbitre exerçant cette activité depuis 25 ans à un échelon inférieur et après avoir entendu l’essentiel de ce qui a été dit à ce sujet depuis que je suis député européen, j’estime que nous sommes en grand danger d’oublier que les clubs de football professionnels - ceux dont nous parlons ce soir - entretiennent des liens uniques avec les millions d’amateurs qui courent après le ballon tous les week-ends en Europe. Notre prétention à interférer, qui dénote une certaine ignorance des vrais problèmes, pourrait facilement porter préjudice à la solidarité que certains souhaitent ici promouvoir et défendre."@fr8
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"Señor Presidente, quiero dar las gracias al señor Belet por la forma en que ha redactado este informe. Aunque discrepo básicamente con él en algunos aspectos y, en particular, con la masiva acumulación de poderes que plantea este informe en sus considerandos, me complace la profesionalidad con la que se ha redactado el informe. Es cierto que hay problemas con el fútbol, pero ninguno que nosotros, los políticos europeos, no podamos agravar todavía más. Es cierto que hay pequeños grupos de personas que utilizan los partidos de fútbol de excusa para sus actos de violencia, y habría que detenerlas y prohibirles el acceso. Pero como dirían muchos seguidores del Glasgow Rangers en Escocia, la vigilancia policial en los encuentros internacionales tiene que ser amistosa y prudente, no hostil y autoritaria. Transferir las competencias a la UE en este terreno no pondrá fin a la violencia y tampoco es necesario para intercambiar realmente buenas prácticas. Este informe es un buen ejemplo de por qué debemos contenernos y ser prudentes. El deporte lo gobiernan mejor por los que participan en él. Muchas de las recomendaciones del informe son bastante sensatas, pero nosotros somos políticos y simplemente no podemos resistirnos a meternos donde no nos importa. Fíjense simplemente en la enmienda 25, que ahora se ha retirado; escuchen muchas de las intervenciones en este debate y verán por qué. Mi teoría es que si exigimos esas nuevas competencias, trataremos de corregir problemas que en realidad no existen, y trataremos de cambiar y armonizar los muy diferentes modelos deportivos en el fútbol que existen hoy día en nuestro continente. He arbitrado en la categoría más baja de este deporte durante 25 años y, después de haber escuchado gran parte de los debates sobre este tema durante el tiempo que llevo en este Parlamento, creo que corremos el grave peligro de olvidar que los clubes de fútbol profesionales –de los que estamos hablando esta noche– están conectados como nadie con los millones de aficionados que acuden a los campos de Europa todos los fines de semana, y que podríamos dañar fácilmente la solidaridad que aquí queremos promover y proteger con nuestro alegato más bien ignorante a favor de la intromisión."@es21
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"Hr. formand! Jeg vil gerne takke hr. Belet for hans tilgang til udarbejdelsen af denne betænkning. Jeg er grundlæggende uenig med ham på nogle områder, herunder navnlig med hensyn til de massive magtbeføjelser, der stilles krav om i betragtningerne, men jeg glæder mig over hans professionelle tilgang til udarbejdelsen af betænkningen. Ja, der er problemer inden for fodboldverdenen, men disse bliver blot langt mere alvorlige, hvis vi som europæiske politikere griber ind. Ja, der er en lille minoritet, der bruger fodboldkampe som en undskyldning for at udøve vold, og de bør arresteres og nægtes adgang til kampene. Men som mange Rangers-fans fra Glasgow i Skotland vil sige, skal overvågningen af internationale sportskampe være venlig og fornuftig og ikke fjendtlig og overdreven. Volden vil ikke blive stoppet, selv om EU får kompetence på dette område, og vi har rent faktisk ikke brug for denne, når vi skal udveksle bedste praksis. Denne betænkning er et godt eksempel på, hvorfor vi bør være tilbageholdende og fornuftige. Sporten forvaltes bedst af de involverede aktører. Mange af betænkningens henstillinger er meget fornuftige, men vi er politikere, og vi kan simpelthen ikke lade være med at blande os i områder, der ligger uden for vores kompetence. Tænk blot på ændringsforslag 25, der nu er trukket tilbage, og lyt til mange af bidragene under denne forhandling, der er tydelige eksempler herpå. Min teori er, at vi ved at stille krav om disse nye beføjelser forsøger at løse problemer, der egentlig ikke eksisterer, og at ændre og harmonisere de nuværende meget forskellige sportsmodeller på fodboldområdet i Europa. Jeg har fungeret som foldbolddommer på laveste niveau i 25 år, og jeg har fulgt med i det meste af debatten om dette spørgsmål i min tid som medlem af Europa-Parlamentet. Jeg mener, at der er stor fare for, at vi glemmer, at professionelle fodboldklubber - de klubber, vi drøfter i aften - på enestående vis er forbundet med de millioner af amatører, der løber ud på fodboldbanerne i hele Europa hver weekend, og vi kan nemt komme til at skade den solidaritet, som vi ønsker at fremme og beskytte, hvis vi i uvidenhed stiller krav om indblanding."@da2
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