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LIVE ONLINE EVENT: The DG Reading Club

At the DG Reading Club we take a fascinating long read from our archive and discuss it with the journalist who wrote it.

In September we’re looking at this extraordinary piece about the political rise of some of the violent football fans who helped overthrow the Yanukovych regime in Ukraine. We’ll be interviewing the author, DG’s associate editor James Montague, over Zoom on Thursday 24th September from 7.30-8.30pm. We’ll be talking to James about his experiences of reporting from Ukraine as well as his encounters with extremist football fans around the world whom he met while researching his latest book, 1312: Among the Ultras.

The event is free and open to all. Participants will be able to put their questions on Ukraine and extremist football fans to James. Sign up here (only one sign-up needed per household) and we’ll send you details of how to log in nearer the time.

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