Fans of the Russian football clubs Zenit, CSKA and Spartak issued a joint appeal in which they expressed concerns about their prospects if a law on fans was adopted in Russia. “As people with an active civic stance, we cannot help but react to what is happening. We can’t silently expect the adoption of a law designed to kill the resurgent movement of football fans, of which we are fans,” the appeal says, in particular, the text of which is published on the site Landscrona.ru.
Fans expressed their belief that the problem of violence in stadiums is currently minimal, and it’s also the fault of the organizers of football matches. Continue reading