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A year after World Cup, Russia toasts big soccer crowds

Seattle Times Friday, 14 June 2019 ()
MOSCOW (AP) — A year after hosting the World Cup, Russia is boasting the biggest club soccer crowds since Soviet days and participation at the amateur level is on the rise. Still, there are signs of trouble for the sport. Fans are concerned about efforts to bring tight World Cup security measures to domestic games, […]
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