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Three Russian Football Fans Jailed in France

Three Russian football fans have been jailed in France following fan assault during a European Championships, a Interfax news organisation reported Thursday.

Alexei Erunov, Sergei Gorbachev, and Nikolai Morozov were condemned to dual years, 18 months and 12 months respectively following clashes with England supporters in a streets of Marseille on Jun 11.

All 3 were criminialized from entering France for dual years after being charged with aroused use of makeshift weapons and appearance in a organisation shaped for aroused purposes, French journal Le Monde reported Thursday,

Russian military supposing French authorities with information on a men’s locale in sequence to assist in their arrest, Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin pronounced during a press conference.

Gorbachev is a conduct of a fan bar for a Tula Arsenal football team, Erunov is a executive of fan family during Moscow football bar FC Locomotiv, and Morozov is on a executive cabinet for a fan bar during Moscow football bar Dynamo, a Mediazona news website reported Thursday.

French authorities have so distant changed to expatriate 20 Russian football fans who were arrested with a 3 fans in question, including Russian Fans’ Union personality Alexander Shprygin, a union’s press use pronounced in a matter Wednesday.

Shprygin and a other supporters will be deported within 5 days. The preference was done by a French authorities for confidence reasons, as they see a Russian supporters as a intensity threat, a matter said.

Six England supporters, a Frenchman and an Austrian were also jailed on Jun 13 in propinquity to a violence, Britain’s Sky News reported.

The eccentric UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body handed a Russian Football Union a excellent of 50,000 euros ($168,000) and placed a Russian group underneath dangling suspension — accusing Russian fans with throng disturbances, extremist function and environment off fireworks within a Stade Velodrome.

Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/572809.html

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