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Another victim of Mr. Sergey Kiryakov, a master of sport of the USSR, is Mr. Igor Rabiner, a sports journalist. A couple of years ago during a football competition held in Dynamo stadium he knocked out of the participants of the competition.
The Police refuted the false report of a Brazilian woman raped on the territory next to Luzhniki stadium. Interfax received the message from the Press-Secretary of the Moscow division of the Ministry of internal affairs of the Russian Federation, Mr. Yuri Titov.
The Russian football season is starting with the matches of the second Russian division with 20 competitors, 3 of which cannot be promote 2nd teams of Spartak, Zenit and Krasnodar.
The final of the World Cup was interrupted due to the members of the punk band Pussy Riot, who ran out on the field. The pause turned out to be short, as the stadium security worked quickly enough and accompanied the offenders from the field.
The head of the Sustainable Development Department of FIFA Federico Addiechi made an appeal not to show the beautiful fans during the broadcast matches of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Relatives of an English fan, Douglas Moreton, who disappeared in Russia during the World Cup 2018, ask the users of social networks for help.
In order to protect the fans and fight against the illegal resale of tickets for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, FIFA filed an application to the Geneva Prosecutor's Office on June 4, 2018 to initiate criminal proceedings against Viagogo AG for violation of the antitrust legislation.
An employee of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), who came to Moscow to report on the World Cup, was robbed in a taxi. A source in the Moscow Ministry of Internal Affairs told RBC that the BBC reporter born in 1974 turned to doctors for medical help.
A very unpleasant incident occurred before the 1/8 World Cup match between England and Columbia on the premises of Spartak stadium. An English fan defiled a statue of a prominent player of Spartak FC, Fedor Cherenkov, by drawing ENGLAND on it.
On June 28, 2018 about 20 fans of the national team of Japan could not get the NordWind N4-8227 flight and get from Sheremetyevo airport to Volgograd for the World Cup match, irrespective of the fact that they had proper boarding passes.