Celtic Soccer Crew: What the Hell Do We Care?
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The CCS had a set-to with the Utility after the match whilst the Dundee boys were waiting on their train 
Hibs neds blamed for sparking violence before and after Sunderland friendly". Daily Record. 9 August 2011. Archived from the original on 20 April 2013 . Retrieved 9 August 2011. Hibs and Hearts both played Scottish Cup ties in the city on the same day and the CCS and CSF clashed at a pre-arranged fight at the Polwarth Tavern. 
Celtic Soccer Crew attack a Dundee pub
Dykes, Derek (26 May 2008). These Colours Don't Run: Inside the Hibs Capital City Service. Fort Publishing Ltd. ISBN 978-1-905769-12-4.
January 2014; About 20-25 were prevented by police from leaving the outside of New Broomfield and escorted to Airdrie town centre after a league match with Rangers. Pennant, Cass (2006). Top Boys: True Stories of Football's Hardest Men. John Blake Publishing, Limited. ISBN 9781844542765. The CCS fought with various English hooligan firms at different times and locations in central London throughout the day as well as inside the stadium during the match and outside it after the game had finished, there were several Hibs casuals arrested at all incidents.    During the encounter with Chelsea Headhunters in Leicester Square a Hibs boy attempted to stab a Chelsea hooligan. Poling, Samantha (Presenter) (2004). Policing the casuals (Television production). Scotland: BBC Scotland . Retrieved 8 September 2013. Football hooliganism constitutes violence and other destructive behaviors perpetrated by spectators at association football events. What is Football Hooliganism?
Dinwoodie, Robbie; Raymond Duncan (6 June 1990). "Hibs in hunt for wealthy defender MERCER'S HOME GUARDED BY POLICE DOGS". The Herald . Retrieved 9 September 2013.EVIL!; The rude the bad and the ugly... return of the scum that tried to shame all of Scotland. - Free Online Library". www.thefreelibrary.com. After the rubbish that’s been written about us, we don’t need to cash in on books with publishing politics to put a few things straight’ A lot has been said about this incident and a lot of stuff ignored and airbrushed over. We’d like to put a few records straight with on a game, a game which must be up there with any of the biggest Hooligan incidents in history. We’ll do this by giving accurate accounts from the lads that were there; those involved, arrested, remanded and jailed for the incident. Shaun The Capital City Service (CCS) is a Scottish football hooligan firm associated with Hibernian and active from 1984 when the casual hooligan subculture took off in Scotland. Their roots were in the previous incarnations of hooligans attached to the club and also the wider Edinburgh and surrounding areas gang culture. They are more commonly known in the media and amongst the public as the Hibs Casuals though within the hooligan network they may also be referred to as Hibs boys.   T-shirt created in 1980s Criteria for inclusion [ edit ]