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Hooligans warn England fans they’ll face ‘hell’ at World Cup in Russia

Hooligans who attacked Liverpool supporters in Kiev on Thursday night have warned England fans they’ll face ‘hell’ during the World Cup in Russia this summer. ‘Trouble Company’, a notorious hooligan group, and its followers have posted a string of threatening messages on social media since claiming responsibility for the violence in Kiev, which left Brits injured. One message read ‘Welcome to hell’, while a second urged further attacks, writing ‘F**k em up CSKA’, apparently in reference to Russian football club CSKA Moscow. Another simply said: ‘Training for the World Cup.’ Violence marred a Russian Premier League between FC Spartak Moscow and FC Lokomotiv Moscow England fans will visit Russia to cheer on their country this summer. The ‘Trouble Company’ is made up of fans who supported CSKA Kiev, a club which dissolved in 2009. Since then, they have reportedly traveled Europe looking for trouble. Social media accounts linked to the group often post videos of violence, including ‘hooligan factories’ in which they batter each other in woodland camps. The Liverpool fans were attacked while they ate dinner in the city on Thursday. Footage shows the Brits trying to hide inside the restaurant to protect themselves as the hooded thugs hurled chairs and glasses. MR – EP

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