Well known [sadly] Polish feminist Magdalena Sroda took to critique Polish football fans when they were celebrating their team's success in winning the league.
In a fbook post that she put up on the evening of Legia Warszawa winning the league, she criticizes the 'vulgar hooligan's' behaviour and somehow manages to mix the government and Church in to it as well, because she must spew her hatred all round.
For those who don't speak Polish, her full text [which can be seen in Polish below], translates more or less as
"It's midnight but no one sleeps in the city because the Legia fans are celebrating. It is not quite clear what they're celebrating, because the main words exclaimed nonstop are [various Polish curse words]. If a bunch of people (non-fans) fired off flairs and screamed in the middle of the square, the police would probably take them away within a few minutes. Today they do nothing. The fan is king. We have thousands of hooligans making noise, drinking, destroying things and behaving in a vulgar way and nothing. As if the supreme authority was out there celebrating. The fans can do anything. The Church gives them its blessing (they will soon be the vanguard of all its pilgrimages), the government empowers them (Kaczyński must be impressed by such screaming bulls) and they will probably soon serve the party as a wing to fight the opposition. Let the boys have their fun, those in power like the roar, the demolition makes them happy. Legia fans - these are first class Polish citizens."