Because of its history of violence, Councillor McLuckie of the UK's Cleveland Police Authority said Roma should be
thrown out of Europe altogether. "[Roma] should not be involved in the Champions League or the UEFA Cup, and that should be the case until they clean up their act," he said. The authorities also prove
that fans can safely attend games at the Stadio Olimpico.
McLuckie pointed out that English clubs were once given a five-year European ban for hooliganism, a punishment that he says was pivotal in getting British police to successfully tackle the problem. "We have a real grip on this kind of thing and I know the British police would be happy to give the Italian authorities any help they require," he said. "At the end of the day, the authorities in Rome have failed to keep control of these fans time after time after time, and the Italian authorities as a whole must get in there."