Much of the talk at the Euro 2016 has been of matters off the pitch due to the frequent riots and brawls that resulted in 20 Russian fans being deported by French authorities for hooliganism. While those rowdy Russians arrived back in Moscow on Saturday, others met with harsher punishments.Three other fans were convicted of offenses related to the violence in Marseille and sentenced to prison terms of between one and two years.
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