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Ex-director of Euro 2012 in Ukraine: UEFA security strategy to be revised
13:56, 13 June 2016
Ex-director of Euro 2012 in Ukraine: UEFA security strategy to be revised

National football federations to carry more responsibility for inappropriate activities of their fans

13:56, 13 June 2016

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After most recent fights between football fans in France, the UEFA will revise their security strategy and increase the legal liability for infringements. Markiyan Lubkivsky, director of UEFA Euro 2012 in Ukraine, said this as quoted by his own press service.

‘First of all, the Association will make tough decisions directed against the national football associations, whose fans violated public order in France – first of all, the Russian football federation’, he said.    

UEFA will also extend the list of football hooligans to be banned from visiting official football matches. Many of those will be banned for life.       

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