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Partizan captain stripped of armband by football hooligan

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Renown football hooligans are not be trifled with as a general rule.

Rarely though, does one get so annoyed and intent on making change that he strips the armband off the captain of his own team. 

This was exactly the case after Serbian team Partizan Belgrade's shock 3-1 defeat in a Champions League qualifier against Bulgarian outfit Ludogorets Razgrad.

The infamous Partizan Ultras voiced their anger by chanting insults directly aimed at the club's board. When the Partizan players moved to quell the disturbance by approaching the stands and telling fans to calm down, things went to a whole new level.

Milos Radisavljevic Kimi, a well-known, troublesome Ultras leader, jumped down onto the pitch and proceeded to approach the captain of Partizan and remove his armband.

Radisavljevic then returned to the stands with the armband, unobstructed by security or the player in question.

You can view the denouncing of the Partizan skipper above.

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