The Control and Disciplinary Committee of the Russian Football Union (RFU) punished Spartak Moscow for a banner dedicated to nationalist Maxim Martsinkevich (Tesak). Reported by RIA Novosti.
One of the fan sectors of Muscovites will be conditionally closed for one match, the restriction will last until the end of the season. In addition, the red and white will pay a fine of 200 thousand rubles. A banner with Nazi symbols that appeared on the stands of Spartak fans during the match against Zenit was sanctioned.
The meeting of the tenth round of the Russian Premier League (RPL) between the Moscow and St. Petersburg clubs took place on Saturday, October 3. The game ended with the score 1: 1.
Martsinkevich was found dead in a solitary confinement cell, where he was temporarily for further transfer to Moscow, in mid-September. Nearby was a suicide note, which said that Tesak did not want to “cause trouble for the administration of the detention center” and asked to give his common-law wife, living in Yekaterinburg, a book about communism and a personal diary. Cleaver’s cause of death recognized asphyxia – suffocation.