Quote of the Day
"They haven't really done anything wrong. Shooting is an Olympic sport -- shooters don't get in trouble for posing in their Speedos."-- Australian swimmer Eamon Sullivan, on his teammates being disciplined for posing with guns and posting the pictures online. (SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, 6/10)
UEFA have "opened disciplinary proceedings" against 2018 World Cup host Russia over the behaviour of their fans during Friday's Euro 2012 victory over Czech Republic, according to the SUNDAY TIMES. Anti-racism campaigners claimed Czech defender Theodor Gebre Selassie "was the victim of monkey chants" during the game in Wroclaw. Fans were also caught on camera "attacking stewards in a walkway" at the Municipal Stadium.
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