Место гибели фана московского "Спартака" усыпали красно-белыми шарфами и цветами

12 Декабря 2010, 15:33

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A Football fan is arrested by a policeman following clashes with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
A Football fan is arrested by two policemen following clashes with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
A Football fan is arrested by policemen following clashes with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ VASSILY MAXIMOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ANDREY SMIRNOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ANDREY SMIRNOV
Football fans hold the portrait of Yegor Sviridov in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ANDREY SMIRNOV
TOPSHOTS Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
People put flowers on December 11, 2010 in Moscow, at the place where Yegor Sviridov, a supporter of Spartak Moscow football team was killed during a street fight with natives of Caucasus a few days ago. Some 6.000 football fans from different clubs gathered to commemorate their mate. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV
People put flowers on December 11, 2010 in Moscow, at the place where Yegor Sviridov, a supporter of Spartak Moscow football team was killed during a street fight with natives of Caucasus a few days ago. Some 6.000 football fans from different clubs gathered to commemorate their mate. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
Football fans clash with riot police in central Moscow on December 11, 2010, after Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team was shot dead on December 4, 2010. Witnesses said Sviridov was shot in the head in a mass fight with men from the Russian Caucasus. Another Spartak fan was shot in the stomach, the Kommersant daily reported. The incident exposed the close relationship between football fans and nationalist groups.AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV

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