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Krakow mayor says no worries of England hooliganism at Euro 2012

The mayor of Polish city Krakow, Jacek Majchrowski, says he is not worried about potential hooliganism at next summer's European Championships.

With the England national team confirming their intention to make Krakow their home during the tournament, the mayor of the city does not believe that England fans will be coming over to cause any fuss.

"I have no worries at all," he said.

"I believe there are no grounds at all for what a lot of journalists are saying about security problems.

"We are very happy for the English tourists and supporters to come here.

"I don't think there will be any problem with local Polish supporters either.

"I don't really see what could happen, unless perhaps we played a game with England. That might be a little bit of a problem."

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