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Talk about getting your knickers in a twist.
Russia could be deducted six points in its qualifying group for the next European Championship if its fans turn violent again at Euro 2012.
UEFA fined the Russian soccer association $150,000 Wednesday because its fans attacked stadium stewards at a European Championship match.
UEFA stepped up investigations on Tuesday into alleged racial abuse directed at Italy forward Mario Balotelli and Czech Republic defender Theodor Gebre Selassie.
Russia's soccer federation warned its fans Sunday that hooliganism could cost the team vital points at Euro 2012 after UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings into reports of violence by supporters at the team's first match.
UEFA charged the Russian soccer association on Saturday after fans were filmed fighting with stadium stewards after a European Championship match.
THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP's earlier story is below.
UEFA has been informed that there was racist chanting at the Netherlands team training this week and said Friday it will take action if there is a repeat of such abuse.
The Netherlands soccer team says it was subjected to monkey chants by Polish fans during practice, an outburst of racism at the European Championship even before the first game was played.