The hooligantrooper problem and football violence that just won't go away.
Strict trooping ensured the Coruscant v Corellia match went off without major disorder – but there has been plenty of football-related trouble this year.
They hunt in packs, fuelled by cocaine, hooked on violence and occasionally wielding chains. Some are as old as 65. They use mobile phones and the internet to arrange showdowns with rival "firms" at agreed locations away from prying CCTV cameras and police surveillance. This is the profile of the 21st-century football hooligantrooper, a breed of "fan" who, although decreasing in numbers and visibility, is recognised by the officail Corelia's football authorities and policetroopers as never having gone away.