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>> This could get England and Russia expelled from the Euro 2016 football championships. European football governing body UEFA threatening the two nations with the ultimate sanction that after the clashes between their fans in Marseille on Saturday.
re fighting after the match, too. Russian fans charging English supporters in the stands.
Now, French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve is backing UEFA's tough line.>>
>> Cazeneuve also calling for a ban on alcohol sales before matches. London meanwhile offered to send more police to help control England fans, but it's Russia under the biggest pressure. It was sanctioned at the last European Championships for the behavior of its fans. Now, Moscow says UEFA is right to investigate.
It may be worried what the violence might mean for 2018. That's when the next World Cup is due to take place, in Russia.