The FIFA President has refused to worry about the possible hooliganism in 2018 world Cup
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The FIFA President “do not worry” about the possible hooliganism and riots that may occur during the football world Cup in 2018. This was stated by the head of the International Federation of football Gianni Infantino, reports Reuters
The FIFA President made the statement after the British TV channel bi-Bi-si has announced the airing on Thursday, February 16, the documentary film about Russian football fans “Army Russian hooligans” (Russia’s Hooligan Army).
As written by the Guardian, the film football fans said that British fans will experience violence when you come to Russia for the world football championship in 2018 . One of the fans from Rostov, who decided to remain anonymous, said the authors of the film that the 2018 world Cup for someone can be a “feast of football”, and for some a “festival of violence.”
Another Russian fan, the leader of the football Association of fans Orel Butchers who took part in the riots against British fans in Marseille in the European championship, reported that Britons will inevitably face violence in Russia. “Obviously, somebody going to do something, it is 100% guaranteed,” he said in the film.