A Station outside Cardiff
1. What does Buford address in his book "Among the Thugs"?
(a) Thugs in music, sports, and media.
(b) The violent behavior of European football firms.
(c) Thugs in Europe.
(d) Thugs in America.
2. Where is Buford standing at the beginning of the book?
(a) A football field.
(b) A pub.
(c) A train station outside of Cardiff.
(d) An airport.
3. Who does Buford notice approaching him while he is standing at the beginning of the book?
(a) Several police officers.
(b) Football players.
(d) An old lady.
4. What does Buford realize is the reason for those approaching where he is standing at the beginning of the book?
(a) Several hundred football supporters just arrived from Liverpool.
(b) Someone was just mugged.
(c) Someone was just killed.
(d) Teenagers were behaving rudley.
5. What happens to the man that falls at the beginning of the book?
(a) He is taken home.
(b) He is murdered.
(c) He is arrested.
(d) He is given food.
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