The conduct of Russian football’s confidence cabinet has warned Manchester United and Liverpool supporters opposite causing difficulty during a clubs’ Champions League matches in Moscow this week, observant they could face “a prolonged stay” in a nation for any incidents.
Liverpool will face Spartak Moscow in a clubs’ second organisation theatre compare on Tuesday, while United will take on CSKA Moscow on Wednesday, with an estimated 2,000 fans set to accompany a Premier League powers during a stadiums.
Security teams from Anfield and Old Trafford have been operative with Russian authorities forward of a visits. However, Russian Football Union arch Vladimir Markin told a Tass state news organisation on Monday there will be serious punishments for any hooliganism.
He said: “I don’t wish to shock anyone though we advise those who devise to come here not to support their side and see a nation though to dedicate hooliganism: The law is a same for all, not only for Russians.
“Those who mangle it will face a suitable punishment, presumably in a form of a prolonged stay in Russia, in conditions a guest won’t like.”
Russian hooligans had warned England fans behind in Feb that they are “100 percent guaranteed” to be targeted during a 2018 World Cup.
And there were scenes of assault during Euro 2016 in France as supporters of a dual countries clashed, with dual England fans left in a vicious condition after 3 days of assault in Marseille while a organisation of Russian fans charged during England supporters inside a Stade Velodrome.
Russia, that will theatre a 2018 World Cup, hosted a Confederations Cup this summer during that confidence was a vital focus. However, a foe went off but vital incident.
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