"Record numbers of football trouble-makers will be banned from travelling to Portugal this summer for Euro 2004, according to Government figures released today.
Currently 2,188 individuals are banned from attending domestic and international football matches, compared to around 100 for Euro 2000."
Home Office Minister Caroline Flint also said on Sky News that there are some 500 banning orders going theough the system at present, so that the Home Office expects there to be more than 2700 people who are banned from travelling to Portugal.
Portugal has introduced temporary border controls, as allowed under the Schengen agreement, but obviously the Sirene and Schengen Information System II will be in use.
As a result, all the tens of thousands of innocent England fans are being monitored and are "guilty by association until proven innocent". Their travel bookings , hotel bookings, mobile phone records etc. will all be under analysis by UK and Portuguese and European police forces using Intelligence Visualisation software from companies like i2 and Xanalys.