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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the game end in "Cambridge"?
(a) When Cambridge scores on itself.
(b) When the guest team scores on itself.
(c) When Cambridge forfeits.
(d) After four rematches.
2. What does Buford wonder about the energy of a crowd in football matches in "Cambridge"?
(a) How people keep their energy the entire game.
(b) Why the energy rises in the second half.
(c) What happens to the energy if it isn't released with a score.
(d) Why the energy depletes at the end of the game before the riots break out.
3. What does DJ think about the football violence's cause in "Dusseldorf"?
(a) It should be supported by the government.
(b) The violence at its roots has no cause.
(c) The violence has great cause.
(d) It should be banned.
4. Where does the National Front operate?
(d) St. Edmunds.
5. Where is Buford walking when he recognizes the man in the stadium in "Cambridge"?
(a) To his hotel.
(b) Down the street.
(c) To his car.
(d) To a pub.
6. What teams does Buford mention in "Cambridge" that when a goal was finally scored the crowd erupts which results in several injuries?
(a) The two Glasgow teams.
(b) The two Cambdrigde teams.
(c) The two Italian teams.
(d) Manchester and Turin.
7. Who does Buford notice fighting a war of sorts against those who go against the nationalism in "Dusseldorf"?
(b) Neil Watson.
8. How are several people injured in the crowd that celebrates the scored goal at the end of "Cambridge"?
(a) Falling down steps.
(b) Bottles were thrown at people.
(c) Fights broke out and riots occurred.
(d) They were shot.
9. What does Buford say happens to the crowd when the violence "goes off" in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
(a) It operates on many levels.
(b) It is too complex to understand.
(c) It has a one track mindset.
(d) There is a moment of single consciousness.
10. What does Buford say about the first person to cross the line in a crowd in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
(a) The first to cross is the leader.
(b) The first to cross will get injured or killed.
(c) Th first to cross is the youngest.
(d) The first to cross the line is rarely a leader.
11. How does Buford describe the conditions of stadiums in "Cambridge"?
(a) He likes the smell and atmosphere.
(b) They are very clean.
(c) They are really unsanitary.
(d) They are horrible, lack seats, and have overflowing toilets.
12. Who is supposed to be Buford's host for the evening in "Bury St. Edmunds"?
13. What does the crowd do that makes it become lawless in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
(a) Set fire to the stadium.
(b) Set firt to police cars.
(c) Killed in the street.
(d) Destroyed buildings.
14. What does Buford say about antisocial behavior and individuality in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
(a) They are detrimental to one another.
(b) Antisocial behavior turns off individuality.
(c) They are very much the same.
(d) They cannot coexist.
15. What does Buford wonder happens to the crowd when the game goes into overtime without scoring a goal?
(a) If they will dissipate without violence.
(b) Where they go.
(c) What happens to the energy if it is not released by a scored goal.
(d) How they will react.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who believes that football violence is more of a true political movement in "Bury St. Edmunds"?
2. What does Buford say about the individual and the conditions of the European football games in "Cambridge"?
3. Who is beaten into unconsciousness and put in a coma for 12 days only to never speak or move again in "Dusseldorf"?
4. Where is the European Championship supposed to be held in the chapter, "Dusseldorf"?
5. What makes the atmosphere of the skinhead's more dangerous in "Bury St. Edmunds"?
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