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UEFA fine Lokomoiv Moscow's Dimitry Tarasov for Vladimir Putin T-shirt

Dmitry Tarasov revealed the t-shirt following a 2-0 loss to Fenerbahce in Istanbul last month.

UEFA has fined Russian midfielder Dmitry Tarasov 5,000 euros for wearing a T-shirt bearing Russian President Vladimir Putin's face at a Europa League game.

The Lokomotiv Moscow player took off his team shirt to reveal the image while on the field following a 2-0 loss to Turkish club Fenerbahce last month in Istanbul.

Beneath the image of Putin wearing a Russian Navy cap were the words in Russian: "The most polite president."

UEFA said the shirt broke rules on displaying political slogans or advertising...

Russia add Brazil goalkeeper Guilherme to friendlies squad

Guilherme has played in Russia for the past eight years.

MOSCOW -- Brazil-born goalkeeper Guilherme has been called up to the Russia's national team.

Guilherme has played in Russia since 2007 with Lokomotiv Moscow and could become Russia's No. 2 keeper behind CSKA Moscow's Igor Akinfeev if he impresses in friendlies against Lithuania and France this month.

Besides Guilherme, Russia are also considering naturalising German-Ukrainian defensive midfielder Roman Neustaedter of Schalke and Brazilian right-back Mario Fernandes of CSKA.

The additions could strengthen...

Lokomotiv Moscow's Tarasov wears Vladimir Putin vest at Fenerbahce

A Souza brace saw Fenerbahce defeat Lokomotiv Moscow comfortably in Istanbul.
Lokomotiv Moscow's Dmitri Tarasov, pictured with teammate Aleksandr Samedov, showed support for Vladimir Putin.

Lokomotiv Moscow's Dmitri Tarasov sparked controversy with a picture of Vladimir Putin on his vest while bottles were thrown at the Russian club's team bus in a politically charged game against Turkish side Fenerbahce on Tuesday.

Turkish police detained three people after bottles were thrown as the bus headed for Istanbul's Sukru Saracoglu Stadium for the first leg of the teams' Europa League round-of-32 clash, which Fenerbahce won 2-0.

Police said the three people were drunk and that one of the...