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Russian Footballer Faces UEFA Disqualification
Thursday 18-February-2016, 11:37,
Russian Footballer Faces UEFA Disqualification
Russian midfielder football club Lokomotiv Moscow could be benched for displaying a shirt depicting President Vladimir Putin, after his team was defeated by Fenerbahce in Turkey, a source said on Wednesday.


MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Lokomotiv beat Fenerbahce 2: 0 in the European Union of Football Associations (UEFA) 's Europa League fixture on Tuesday. After the game, the Russian Dmitri Tarasov fans approached the Russian team and the team took off his shirt to reveal a second group with Putin's face on it and reading words "President more polite."
"This is a clear violation of disciplinary rules and an obvious provocation," a source in the European football governing body told R-Sport.
According to the source, the 28-year-old faces a long time off the field for at least 10 games and could bring additional penalties for its football club.
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