Moscow - Russian football authorities will investigate CSKA
Moscow fans' behaviour at Saturday's Premier League match with Anzhi
Makhachkala, local press reported Monday.
"We received a report from the match delegate,"
Artur Grigoryants, Russian Football Union (RFU) disciplinary board chief said.
"The report informed us about the insulting and obscene
chants of CSKA fans addressed to the visiting side's supporters."
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Grigoryants also said his panel would investigate reports
that Moscow supporters displayed an insulting banner. He added that both clubs'
representatives had been invited to Wednesday's disciplinary board meeting.
"The match delegate report gave us a clear view of the
situation. And we're set to give a proper assessment to CSKA fans
On Sunday Anzhi expressed concern over CSKA fans' behaviour
and called on the RFU and police to investigate.
"In case the fans' aggression remains unpunished it
inevitably raises the number of such outbreaks," a statement on Anzhi's
official website announced.
"It turns professional football in our country into a
show with a very shady accompaniment."For
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