The New Russian League Begins, The Strip of Violence Happens
A series of violent incidents occurred when the new Russian Premier League began Agen Sbobet. Clashes between supporters, clashes of supporters with police and the country’s police force are cracking down on fans who are making a fuss.
After the FIFA Confederations Cup runs well, the start of the Russian League season is tarnished with various violent incidents both on and off the pitch. Racism and police action are cruel since July 15th.
Even the player became the target of violence last month. First Spartak Moscow midfielder Roman Zoblin was injured by Dinamo Moscow fans who broke into the VIP ranks during the derby on 18 July. They take revenge as the player moves to city rivals.
Last week Russian striker Aleksandr Panov, who was a hero at Euro 2000 at the Stade de France, was attacked before Zenit’s game against Spartak Moscow at St. Petersburg.
Until the special Russian troops arrive (OMON), the fans release a punch to Panov and throw a coin at him. They were angry that Panov was known as a Spartak supporter even though he was born in St. Petersburg. Petersburg and played more than 100 matches for Zenit.
A few hours later the police used a batter while clashing with Spartak supporters who played a fire hose.
A week earlier St. Petersburg had to enter the stands during Tosno and Zenit’s match because of the many fans who used the firecrackers at the time.
The small fines of the Russian Football Federation for the misbehavior of their supporters proved to be impervious to them. Moscow’s dinamo was fined 425,000 rubles after their supporters fought in the stands with Spartak fans, lighting firecrackers and ridiculing black opponents.
This raises major concerns for the 2018 World Cup as they will host it next summer. Russia was repeatedly asked to prove they could maintain security, but this tarnished their efforts after successfully hosting the Confederations Cup. (Source: espnfc.com)