Spartak Moskva News and Features
Games That Changed My Life "Howard Wilkinson got me to play on the wing. I’ve no idea why, because I wasn’t a winger – or even that fast," the South Africa and Leeds legend recalls in his career-defining matches
John Terry John Terry, who insists he feels physically sharp and hungry for more success, is reportedly close to joining Spartak Moscow.
Quincy Promes Netherlands international Quincy Promes has moved to Sevilla, signing a five-year contract to complete a reported €20million move.
Just over 75 years after a game was played in the shattered remains of Stalingrad, the World Cup soothed scars on the banks of the Volga.
FIFA World Cup At Euro 2008, they looked like one of Europe’s most exciting emerging sides – yet their World Cup build-up has been a shambles, as Michael Yokhin explains
A police officer died following violence between Athletic Bilbao and Spartak Moscow fans in February and UEFA has charged both clubs.
Leonid Mironov will not face action from UEFA after an investigation found no evidence of racist abuse towards Rhian Brewster in December.
Spain's National Police Corps say a local officer died after there was fighting between Athletic Bilbao and Spartak Moscow supporters.
Spartak Moscow tweeted a video at their training camp with a racially insensitive caption, but FIFA says sanctions must come from Russia.
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