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Russia's Aleksandr Kokorin right to apologise for party incident - RFS chief

Aleksandr Kokorin was seen in footage at a party in Monaco after Russia's Euro 2016 exit.

Russian Sports Minister and President of the Russian Football Union (RFS) Vitaly Mutko says Aleksandr Kokorin was right to apologise after attending a party with Pavel Mamaev following the national team's group-stage exit from Euro 2016.

Video footage online appeared to show Kokorin and Mamaev in a Monaco nightclub, with waiters carrying dozens of bottles of champagne as the Russian anthem played.

Kokorin's side Zenit St Petersburg and Mamaev's team FC Krasnodar said the players would be fined and...

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Russian clubs fine Alexander Kokorin, Pavel Mamaev for party

Alexander Kokorin and Russia exited Euro 2016 in the group stage.

Two Russia players have been fined by their clubs over an ostentatious party following the national team's group stage exit from the European Championship.

Video posted online appeared to show forward Alexander Kokorin and midfielder Pavel Mamaev in a nightclub, with waiters carrying dozens of bottles of champagne, as the Russian anthem played.

Fans commenting online said the party was inappropriate after Russia's poor performance at Euro 2016.

Kokorin's club Zenit St. Petersburg and Mamaev's team...

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Russian politician Vitaly Mutko: Doping cover-up claim revenge for World Cup

Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko says claims he intervened to conceal a Krasnodar player's positive drug test are "laughable" and suggested the doping furore was a response to the nation winning the right to host the 2018 World Cup.

The allegations were made in a documentary aired on Wednesday night by German broadcaster ARD at a time when Russia has been facing serious questions over doping across several sports

Mutko referenced the calls for the 2018 World Cup to be reassigned amid...

Sparta Prague ease past Russian side Krasnodar in Europa League

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Sparta Prague scored three second-half goals to progress past Krasnodar in the Europa League.

The Czechs, leading 1-0 from the first leg, recorded their eighth successive victory in all competitions by winning 3-0 on the night to make it through to the last 16.

They were set on their way by Lukas Marecek's first-time finish from Ondrej Zahustel's pull back and Martin Frydek's header six yards out doubled their advantage just before the hour.

The hosts then lost Charles Kabore to a second bookable...

Lukas Julis goal gives Sparta Prague first-leg win over Krasnodar

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A second-half header from Lukas Julis gave Sparta Prague a 1-0 home win over Krasnodar in the first leg of their Europa League last-32 tie.

Despite missing main marksman David Lafata through injury, Sparta started brightly as Ladislav Krejci's 18-yard effort tested Krasnodar goalkeeper Andriy Dykan.

Krasnodar, who topped Group C ahead of Borussia Dortmund, had come to Prague straight from a training camp in Spain.

The Russian Premier League side needed another fine double stop from Dykan to first...