Igor Lebedev, a member of the Russian Football Union executive and a deputy speaker of the Russian parliament, encouraged the country’s fans to fight England rivals.Lebedev, a member of the ultra-nationalist Liberal Democratic Party, said on Twitter: “I don’t see anything wrong with fans fighting.”Quite the opposite, the guys did well. Keep it up!”Sports commentator and former player Yevgeny Lovchev said that the 2018 World Cup “is not just Russia’s problem,” and that other countries will have to be involved in security.Hooliganism experts in Europe have worries about the World Cup.John Williams, a sociology professor and expert on hooliganism at Leicester University in England, said the lack of control on access to match tickets in Russia was a serious problem in its fight with hard-core troublemakers.”Of course, what happened in Marseille is very negative publicity for the prospects of the World Cup in Russia.”But he said there would be fewer foreign visitors in Russia in 2018 than at Euro 2016.We recommend this video by Citi BankShort trips to Russia would be “more expensive and less seductive” for European fans.”I would also expect the Russian authorities to come down very hard at home on domestic hooligans, both before and, if necessary, during the finals,” said Williams.Top CommentYou are absolutely wrong. You can”t blame an entire nation for such minor incident. On the contrary Muslims are the most dangerous hooligans. They now a days behave like criminal tribe.