LONDON, Reuter: Britain, angered by television film of English fans on the rampage kat the European soccer champion- ships, plans new laws to outlaw its football thugs.

Government Ministers drew up a five point plan at emergency talks chaired by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher on Thursday to check hooliganism after violence during the championships in West Germany this week.

More than 600 mainly British and West German soccer fans were arrested for street fighting and vandalism in Stuttgart and Dusseldorf.

But Dusseldorf’s police chief, Hans Lisken, said West German fans were mostly responsible for starting the violence in his city and not the English.

Of the 501 hooligans detained there on Tuesday and Wednesday nights, only about 100 were English.

The government plan suggested five possible measures: whether U.K. national teams should compete in inter- national tournaments, imposing long- term travel restrictions on fans, further

SEOUL, Reuter: Two goals in as many minutes earned Olympic qualifiers Iraq a place in the quarter-finals of the President’s Cup International Soccer Tournament on Monday.

Karim Allawi scored in the 64th minute and Saad Nouman two minutes later in the 3-1 group D win over Gimnasia of Argentina.

Group B was thrown wide open after Yugoslavian league side Velez, scorers of four goals in their opening match, were held to a 1-1 draw by Turkeys.

Article extracted from this publication >> June 24, 1988