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[[File:Libero.png|thumb|right|300px|[[Libero]], a project of the [[LM network]]]][[Libero!]] is a football supporters association associated with the libertarian and anti-environmental [[LM network]]. It was established by [[Carlton Brick]] <ref>"[http://www.runnymedetrust.org/uploads/publications/pdfs/310BulletinApr98.pdf Multiple Identities]", The Runnymede Trust website, accessed 31 May 2010</ref> while LM network associates [[Graham Barnfield]] <ref>"[http://www.spiked-online.com/Articles/0000000CA525.htm Football Factory fodder]", Spiked website, accessed 1 Jan 2011</ref>  and [[Duleep Allirajah]] wrote for its journal, ''Offence''. <ref>"[http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a770578676&db=all Taking offence: Modern moralities and the perception of the football fan]", Informaworld website, accessed 6 June 2010</ref> Libero was launched by 1998 <ref>"[http://www.runnymedetrust.org/uploads/publications/pdfs/310BulletinApr98.pdf Multiple Identities]", The Runnymede Trust website, accessed 31 May 2010</ref> and activity was last reported in 2000. <ref>"[http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a770578676&db=all Taking Offence]", Informaworld website, accessed 6 Nov 2010</ref>  
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[[File:Libero.png|thumb|right|300px|[[Libero]], a project of the [[LM network]]]][[Libero!]] is a football supporters rights campaign associated with the libertarian and anti-environmental [[LM network]]. It was established by [[Carlton Brick]] <ref>"[http://www.runnymedetrust.org/uploads/publications/pdfs/310BulletinApr98.pdf Multiple Identities]", The Runnymede Trust website, accessed 31 May 2010</ref> while LM network associates [[Graham Barnfield]] <ref>"[http://www.spiked-online.com/Articles/0000000CA525.htm Football Factory fodder]", Spiked website, accessed 1 Jan 2011</ref>  and [[Duleep Allirajah]] wrote for its journal, ''Offence''. <ref>"[http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a770578676&db=all Taking offence: Modern moralities and the perception of the football fan]", Informaworld website, accessed 6 June 2010</ref> Libero was launched by 1998 <ref>"[http://www.runnymedetrust.org/uploads/publications/pdfs/310BulletinApr98.pdf Multiple Identities]", The Runnymede Trust website, accessed 31 May 2010</ref> and activity was last reported in 2000. <ref>"[http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a770578676&db=all Taking Offence]", Informaworld website, accessed 6 Nov 2010</ref>  
  
 
It was reinterpreted as Liberofootball, an online football magazine, in October 2008. <ref>"[http://liberofootball.com/about/ About ]", Liberofootball website, accessed 6 Nov 2010</ref>  This site is run by [[Viral Shah]], who writes for [[Spiked]] <ref>"[http://www.spiked-online.com/index.php/search/results/5bdbf8f1971e32187ccfdf5173b655f4/ Time to kick back against the kickbacks]", Spiked website, accessed 12 Dec 2010</ref>  and Jason Pereira.
 
It was reinterpreted as Liberofootball, an online football magazine, in October 2008. <ref>"[http://liberofootball.com/about/ About ]", Liberofootball website, accessed 6 Nov 2010</ref>  This site is run by [[Viral Shah]], who writes for [[Spiked]] <ref>"[http://www.spiked-online.com/index.php/search/results/5bdbf8f1971e32187ccfdf5173b655f4/ Time to kick back against the kickbacks]", Spiked website, accessed 12 Dec 2010</ref>  and Jason Pereira.

Revision as of 14:40, 6 August 2011

Libero, a project of the LM network
Libero! is a football supporters rights campaign associated with the libertarian and anti-environmental LM network. It was established by Carlton Brick [1] while LM network associates Graham Barnfield [2] and Duleep Allirajah wrote for its journal, Offence. [3] Libero was launched by 1998 [4] and activity was last reported in 2000. [5]

It was reinterpreted as Liberofootball, an online football magazine, in October 2008. [6] This site is run by Viral Shah, who writes for Spiked [7] and Jason Pereira.

It has no known connection with Libero UK or the Libero Football Academy.

Resources

Website: liberofootball.com

Notes

  1. "Multiple Identities", The Runnymede Trust website, accessed 31 May 2010
  2. "Football Factory fodder", Spiked website, accessed 1 Jan 2011
  3. "Taking offence: Modern moralities and the perception of the football fan", Informaworld website, accessed 6 June 2010
  4. "Multiple Identities", The Runnymede Trust website, accessed 31 May 2010
  5. "Taking Offence", Informaworld website, accessed 6 Nov 2010
  6. "About ", Liberofootball website, accessed 6 Nov 2010
  7. "Time to kick back against the kickbacks", Spiked website, accessed 12 Dec 2010