MOSCOW, June 15 (Reuters) - Alexander Mostovoi's sacking from Russia's Euro 2004 squad on Tuesday caused shockwaves back home but it was very much a case of deja vu.
The most experienced and influential player in the squad was
axed by coach Georgy Yartsev to continue a familiar story of
bitter squabbles and infighting at major international
The Russians had been reeling from a lacklustre 1-0 defeat
by Spain in their Group A opener and were preparing for