We Hate Humans is a landmark in the study of soccer violence. The first book to give voice to the denizens of the terraces, it followed seven years of research onto the violent `ends' of Britain's football grounds, such as Chelsea's Shed and Manchester United's Stretford End. Through the vivid speech of the fans themselves, it chronicles a subculture of disaffected young men, their lives and backgrounds and their reasons for fighting. We Hate Humans is a bizarre, scary, sometimes funny and always thought-provoking look at one of the most intriguing social topics of our times. . . .