Clubs Fight To Hold Onto EPL Riches Close To 1.5M Watch Heavyweight Fight West Brom Takeover Moves Closer Schalke Looking To Extend Gazprom Deal Thai Businessman Only Wants AC Milan Liverpool Manager Respects Fans' Protest Williams F1 Reports '14 Loss Of £42.5M FIFA's Olympic Payments Set To Stagnate Brad Barritt Featured In Marriott Campaign Glasgow Sports Hall Given Go-Ahead
Enter amount in full numerical value, without currency symbol or commas (ex: 3000000).
Upcoming Conferences and Events
SBD Global/June 15, 2012/International Football
Germany And Portugal Fined By UEFA For Fan Behavior
Published June 15, 2012
MORE FANS EXPECTED: The WALL STREET JOURNAL's Marcin Sobczyk reported on the Emerging Europe blog that Polish authorities expect 20,000 Russian fans in Warsaw for Saturday's match against Greece at National Stadium. That is "twice as many" as were on hand Tuesday when violence between Russian and Polish fans left about 12 people injured and led to nearly 200 arrests. Authorities said that, unlike on Tuesday, they "haven’t signaled their intention of marching with Russian and Soviet flags through the city." Warsaw courts are "issuing sentences" to the first of the fans charged with taking part in the brawl (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 6/14).
POSSIBLE APPEAL: The London INDEPENDENT's Ben Rumsby reported that the Russian Football Union (RFS) have vowed "to do everything possible to escape the severe punishment" imposed on them over the behavior of their fans. A RFS spokesman told the PA that the union "had yet to decide" whether to appeal the suspended six-point deduction and €120,000 ($151,000) fine for the "violent, offensive and unsafe conduct" of their supporters during Friday's Group A game against Czech Republic (INDEPENDENT, 6/14).