Shprygin holds a flag as he leaves the international Sheremetevo airport near Moscow after being expelled from France.
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A Russian fan group leader is being kicked out of France again – days after he was deported for alleged involvement in hooliganism and slipped back into the country illegally.Alexander Shprygin's actions exposed failings in Europe's internal border security, and kept attention on Russian football fans despite Russia's elimination from the Euro 2016 tournament Monday night.Shprygin sits on a Russian government commission overseeing Moscow's preparations for the 2018 World Cup and has become a sort of spokesman for Russian fans at the Euro 2016, tweeting actively about the fans detained in the wake of violence at the Russian-England match in Marseille June 11 .
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