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Spartak Moscow

Spartak Moscow's crisis reaches historic nadir for Russia's biggest club

Under owner Leonid Fedun, Spartak Moscow are gradually fading into irrelevance in Russian football.

Imagine a Real Madrid fan being voted as Barcelona president. Imagine a Liverpool supporter taking over at Manchester United. Those situations might seem unthinkable, but a similar scenario became reality in Russia back in 2003, when Kiev-born Dynamo Kiev admirer Leonid Fedun bought Spartak Moscow.

The rivalry between Spartak and Dynamo was the most intense of the former Soviet Union. It was not only about the Russian capital versus the Ukrainian capital, but also about different footballing...

Spartak Moscow fined by Russian Football Union for racist banner

Only women and children will be able to attend the fan sector at Spartak Moscow's next two away games.

Spartak Moscow have been fined and their fans barred from two away games after the club lost their appeal against sanctions for a racist banner.

The Russian Football Union said Spartak fans displayed "a banner of discriminatory content with a racist symbol," specifically a Celtic cross, typically used in Russia as a symbol for white supremacist groups.

Spartak were fined 200,000 rubles ($3,700) over the incident, which took place during the team's 1-0 Russian Premier League loss to Arsenal Tula...

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Spartak Moscow donate £5,000 to 102-year-old who had savings stolen

Spartak Moscow players helped come to the rescue of Otto Fischer.

Spartak Moscow have given a 102-year-old supporter more than £5,000 after his life savings were stolen.

Otto Fischer, who has been a Spartak fan since his 20s, lost around £8470, according to Russia Today, after allowing a man he believed to be a social worker into his home.

In response, Spartak players and staff came together to raise the cash and it was given to Fischer by striker Vyacheslav Krotov on television.

"With Otto Fischer, a really cool guy, who wished us more victories! He...