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Russian Premier League's Spartak Moscow Sells Stadium Naming Rights To Otkritie
Published February 20, 2013
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TRUE COLORS: R-Sport reported Fedun denied "plans were afoot to paint the club's new home in the blue and white colors of bitter rivals Dynamo Moscow." A report claimed Spartak, which plays in red and white, had "agreed to the new paint job as part of an agreement" with Otkritie, which has a blue and white corporate color scheme. Fedun said, "The colors won't change. It's complete nonsense. The stadium is red and white and will stay that way" (R-SPORT, 2/18).