Awaydays is one of the offerings is the British "Football Hooligan" genre, a genre which has pretty much been done to death and is dead in the water. This film tries to do something new, but ends up falling flat on its arse.
Characters are too shallow and underdeveloped to care about, and the film just feels like events are being repeated OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER again.
If you want the only film in my opinion that deals with the subject of Football Hooliganism in an worthwhile way, watch Alan Clarke's "The Firm" (1988), a brilliant film dealing with the topic in an intelligent way. At a push, "The Football Factory" (2004) directed by Nick Love, is also a good look into the topic.