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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] and Duleep Allirajah [2] while LM network associate Graham Barnfield [3] wrote for its journal, Offence. The first sourced reference is from 1997. [4] Brick was quoted as from Libero in 1998 [5] and activity was last reported in 2000. [6]

It was reinterpreted as Liberofootball, an online football magazine, in October 2008. [7] This site is run by Viral Shah, who writes for Spiked [8] and Jason Pereira.

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




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