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UEFA impose Anzhi home game ban


UEFA impose Anzhi home game ban


For the second season running UEFA have banned Russian topflight club Anzhi from playing their European matches at home due to security concerns in Dagestan and the North Caucasus.

European football’s governing body added that this decision will remain in force for subsequent seasons until further notice.

The big spending club who boast Cameroon striker Samuel Eto’o and Dutch coach Guus Hiddink came third in the league last season to secure a spot in the Europa league.

Last season they played their European matches in Moscow.

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