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In this picture taken Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010, a man identified by police as 30-year-old Ivan Bogdanov of Serbia climbs on a partition prior to the start of a Euro 2012 Group C qualifying soccer match between Italy and Serbia, which was later called off, at the Luigi Ferraris stadium in Genoa, Italy. Police on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010 detained 17 people including Bogdanov, the alleged ringleader of rioting at the Italy-Serbia game, as UEFA warned that sanctions could be as serious as disqualification from the European Championship or exclusion from future competitions.The match in Genoa on Tuesday was abandoned after seven minutes when Serbia fans threw flares and fireworks onto the pitch, burned a flag and broke barriers.  (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Photo by: Antonio Calanni
In this picture taken Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010, a man identified by police as 30-year-old Ivan Bogdanov of Serbia climbs on a partition prior to the start of a Euro 2012 Group C qualifying soccer match between Italy and Serbia, which was later called off, at the Luigi Ferraris stadium in Genoa, Italy. Police on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010 detained 17 people including Bogdanov, the alleged ringleader of rioting at the Italy-Serbia game, as UEFA warned that sanctions could be as serious as disqualification from the European Championship or exclusion from future competitions.The match in Genoa on Tuesday was abandoned after seven minutes when Serbia fans threw flares and fireworks onto the pitch, burned a flag and broke barriers. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

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