Alexander Shprygin is among 20 fans set to be sent home from Euro 2016.
Take it from former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon: "In this kind of match, there is no favorite."
Detractors fail to recognize the sport is no more dangerous than many other combat activities.
Messi gave the youngster two soccer jerseys and a ball, all signed by the player.
Lokomotiv Moscow midfielder Alan Kasaev said he had to pay 300 euros.
Liverpool plays the first leg of its Capital One Cup semifinal against Stoke City on Tuesday night, while Manchester City faces Everton on Wednesday.
Newsweek looks at the five conclusions from a madcap midwinter Sunday.
"I will fight this to the end," he said.
Premier League clubs face a fight to make the quarter finals against two giants of European soccer.
It is not yet clear why Arnold Peralta, a former player for Scottish soccer team Rangers, was attacked.
Two vice presidents of soccer's international governing body were among those named in corruption probe.
Arrests are believed to be linked to ongoing investigation into racketeering, money laundering and fraud
Two Neville brothers are both now at the La Liga side, with Phil staying in charge for next match
Many places are still up in the air as the competition enters its final round of group matches
The suspended FIFA president says he was close to death following a collapse in November
The incident came four days after a series of deadly attacks in Paris killed at least 129 people.
France tightened its border controls in response to deadly attacks at a concert venue, stadium and restaurant.
UEFA have fined Barcelona for fans flying the flags twice this year.
Manuel Valls, a lifelong Barcelona fan, cited the example of AS Monaco as a precedent.
Eight candidates have publicly declared their intention to succeed the outgoing FIFA president.