To learn more about the hooligans who are threatening the Euro 2016 talked with Ian Whitfield of John Moores University in Liverpool. Ian Whitfield, John Moores University in Liverpool: Some positive messages were released this morning. I heard, for example, that the behavior of the people of Russia was finally condemned by the Kremlin, which is a positive step. I also heard that the French authorities are taking active measures to try to prevent the movement of Russian fans who consider a potential threat. Therefore, another plus. I heard yet, this morning, the English supporters, heading to the venue for the next match, are listening to advice provided and adopted a more subtle profile.