Of course the comparison with football had to come upYeah, you are going to probably deny that this isn't the common behaviour of 'Super Dragões', well known to do the same to several football referees. An organisation that has several members working in a private security company, who is the same company who has been protecting W52 in the last cycling races they attended.
An organization known for backing the current president of the sports team and his squad, who has several associations to corruption and who has a son very active in dealing the assets of the team, at times in clear prejudice of the sporting interest of the team.
And an organization where some members are associated with drug trafficking and with internal disputes that resulted in the killing of one of them by other members of the support group during the last football title celebrations which sparked a climate of threats and attacks throughout the city of Porto (a great city, not to be associated with the club - which had everything to be a reputable club if not for the group of shady people who took its reigns) in the subsequent weeks.
I don't deny that Super Dragões are a troublesome bunch. But your whole "argument" was not there. It's just what-aboutism. Sorry, but you're not dealing here with the common thug.
There's a long stretch about the case you're trying to make. It doesn't hold up. Guilty by association would make every organization crumble.