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ars are growing we could see a repeat of this violence between English and Russian football fans on Wednesday.
gland's Football Association voicing serious concerns about security at the Euro 2016 Championship in France. On Wednesday, Russia plays Slovakia and Neil. While England fans gather in the area ahead of their match against Wales on Thursday in nearby Lens.
The Chairman of the FA writing to organizers at UEFA to criticize the lack of segregation that allowed these scenes to unfold in Marseille on Saturday. The England captain begging supporters to do the right thing.>> I'd like to ask the fans, please if you don't have a ticket, don't travel And for the fans with tickets, be safe, be sensible, and continue with your great support for the players.
>> Five England fans already jailed and two Russians arrested for invading the pitch. Moscow desperate to avoid anything that could jeopardize it's plans to host the 2018 World Cup. Moscow correspondent Andrew Osborn explains the mentality behind the hooligans behavior.>> One of the ironies here actually is that, Russian football hooligans have muddled themselves really on their English counterparts.
They've watched some of the films that have idealized a few like the English football hooligan culture in 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. They aspire to be like these people. And what we're seeing in these latest clashes really is the Russian who constrained to show the English who reckoned that, you know what, we're tougher than you, we're better than you, we've seen what you've done, we've copied you and now, we're top dog.
>> UEFA threatened to expel both sides if there's any more violence. While the French government is urging host cities to ban alcohol near venues and fan zones to try to keep things calm, but, with both teams drawing against each other in their first match, there's even more pressure this week in their bid to make it into the final 60.