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Nazi salutes, taunting black players with monkey noises, anti-Semitic banners in the hands of bulky thugs with shaven heads -- these are Polish and Ukrainian soccer stadiums on the eve of Euro 2012 in the BBC's Panorama documentary Stadiums of Hate.