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Why Everton should be wary of FK Krasnodar

01/10/2014  Comments (5)  jump
The Russian side's rise to that country's top flight has been rapid since their formation in 2008 but they have a big budget, a number of Brazilian players and scored eight goals without reply in their home fixtures during the Europa League qualifying rounds.

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Harold Matthews
1 Posted 01/10/2014 at 19:36:49
Obviously a pretty hot outfit.
Conn Prosser
2 Posted 01/10/2014 at 20:34:38
They're also under investigation for breach of FFP, along with our lesser cousins.
Steve Orchard
3 Posted 01/10/2014 at 20:49:55
I do hope Roberto isn’t going to underestimate this side. These games are always tough in these sorts of countries – just look at Spurs first match in Belgrade, and I always remember our disastrous trip there too when we lost 5-1 under Moyes.

I hope it isnÂ’t a plastic pitch!!!

Mark Andersson
4 Posted 02/10/2014 at 01:56:21
Just more football corruption.
Christopher Kelly
5 Posted 02/10/2014 at 02:25:28
Their captain is a former Wigan defender it states. That relaxed me a bit. Sounded a bit like Rocky IV for a sec.

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