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- April 28, 2017
CSKA Moscow and Zenit Petersburg are 2 of the clubs that have a real chance of winning the Russian Premier League of this current season, both of them have gathered 39 points from their 20 opening league matches.
This shows just how competitive each club and the Russian Premier League is as there are many clubs with a realistic chance of emerging as the champions of Russia.
With less than 11 matches remaining in the league, things are getting fairly intense and fans are feeling it as there was an incident which occurred on March 4 when CSKA Moscow faced off with Zenit Petersburg in a league match that concluded with a goal-less draw but the result was not what shined, the thing that managed to reach the headlines of websites were the fans.
Fans from both clubs clashed in the stands as the match was going on. The game was played at the CSKA Arena and in this stadium there is a tall metal fence which splits the home fans from the away but some supporters started to jump around and cause havoc upon the other section and this is when the trouble began.
Russia has traditionally have had an issue involving hooligans and fans causing problems in football matches and this is something that has concerned people as the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup will be hosted by Russia and if this problem continues to emerge, it could lead to bigger issues which can even put in danger the lives of people and players themselves.
The president of FIFA Gianni Infantino did recently say that he is not concerned about this problem as there are plans believed to be taking place in order to avoid seeing hooligans and this kind of issue emerging in the near future.
- February 9, 2017
CSKA winger Zoran Tosic has confirmed that he got an offer from Turkish side Trabzonspor for a potential move during the January transfer window.
It is believed that the Turkish side is prepared to improve his current salary in order to bring the Serbian player to Turkey.
However, Zoran Tosic has stated that he is not interested to make a move at the moment and that he want to fulfill his current contract with the Russian side.
Zoran Tosic is a former Manchester United player who made the move to CSKA in 2009. He has ever since been an instrumental player for CSKA and Russian fans will be disappointed if ever the player opts to move to Turkey.
However, they will be comforted by the statement of the player that said that he has no intention to leave the club at the moment. The Serbian international said that he is entirely focused on his current contract and that he will take a decision once the current season is over.
Zoran Tosic said that he is happy with CSKA and the club has been wonderful to him. He said that when he left Manchester United, he was disappointed with the way things went at the England club and that it is the CSKA staff that allowed him to get back in form.
He said that loves playing in Russia and that he would to continue playing here for a long time.
Zoran Tosic has currently five years left on his contract and has so far scored 1 goal and made 19 assists for the club.
CSKA has stated that they will like to hold on to the player for as long as they can as Tosic is an important member of the squad and they are looking forward to great things in the future.
- December 20, 2016
The January transfer market is close-by and several reports have linked Luis Adriano to a move away from AC Milan.
Adriano, who is the second highest paid player at the club with an annual salary of €3 million, has not featured much for Milan this year. The club is keen on selling him despite the player’s wish to remain.
Calciomercato.com reports that Russian side CSKA Moscow have made an offer for the player. The report added that the player would be paid the same salary even as he is hesitant about a move to Eastern Europe.
The agent of the player, Gilmar Veloz, prefers a move to the Bundesliga for the player, as potential deals seem unlikely after a move to that part of Europe. The Brazilian joined the Rossoneri last year but was almost sold to China this summer as he failed to impress.
The Brazilian started his professional career with Internacional in the mid 2000s but quickly moved to Shakhtar in 2006.
He played there until he agreed a move to Italy in 2015. The 29-year old forward’s move to Russia might see him end his career as subsequent offers would be difficult, particularly if he does not impress again. That is likely the fear of Veloz.
Veloz would have to make a decision quick as the transfer window will soon open. Veloz reportedly has good rapport with several German sides, and would be hoping to use his influence to get Adriano a new employer. The possibility of Adriano playing in the German Bundesliga seems higher than moving to Russia to join CSKA Moscow. Milan is hoping they can lure Riyad Mahrez from Leicester City to Italy so the Algerian international can supply the other strikers as they struggle to get the goals.
- November 6, 2016
Leonid Slutsky reckons people can come to the Russian capital and can show their support to the Spurs. It would not lead to a violent situation.
But, Tottenham fears for its supporters and does not want them to be on the receiving end of the brutality of the Football fanatics in Russia who are disreputed for their craziness.
Tottenham has therefore advised its supporters through a statement that they must be in a bunch and not on their own if they have to roam around in the night time.
Also, they must not carry anything which gives an impression that they are from London and are supporting Tottenham.
They have also been forbidden from singing club’s official song and showing any message of support to the team while they are out.
It’s been told to them that they can do those things from the stands because there would be enough security inside the stadium, but, once they leave the stadium, they must not do anything which annoys the supporters of the home side.
Tottenham has suggested the names of some certain places the supporters can go and enjoy, but, they must be careful all the time from the notorious elements that can cause them serious harms.
However, as per Slutsky, the visiting supporters don’t have to be reserved and they can back their team with all the freedom and without being concerned about their well-being.
In Slutsky’s words, “The City is going to welcome each and every Englishman with open arms and I can say with a lot of surety that wherever they go in the city, whether to CSKA Arena or to any other place, they would not find any kind of discomfort anywhere. There is nothing to be afraid of, nothing at all.”