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(AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis) Russian supporters attack an England fan at the end of the Euro 2016 Group B soccer match between England and Russia, at the Velodrome stadium in Marseille, France, Saturday, June 11, 2016.(AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis) French riot police form a line to confront England supporters in downtown Marseille, France, Friday, June 10, 2016.PARIS (AP) — Don't be fooled by the wacky names like "Music Hall," ''Happy Guys" or "Aliens", highly-trained Russian hooligan groups are as nasty as they come and tune up for ultra-violence on a regular diet of pre-arranged fights throughout their domestic season and — whenever they can — in Europe.Viciousness and organization are the hallmarks of these "firms", who have put aside their domestic rivalries at the European Championship.Russian supporters charges at England fans in the stands at the end of the Euro 2016 Group B soccer match between England and Russia, at the Velodrome stadium in Marseille, France, Saturday, June 11, 2016.

(Niall Carson / PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVES "When you see a compact group moving together, slam into a group of English people and then move away again in a group you can tell that they are organized," Trani added.

But rather than leaving him, two other Russians come across and simultaneously aim hard kicks to each side of his head, sending him slumping forward onto his face.

In another incident, an Englishman was in critical condition after being repeatedly hit over the head with an iron bar. 1 rule among Russian hooligans is supposedly not to carry knives, in a bid to distance themselves from their Polish counterparts.

Usually, Spartak or Lokomotiv Moscow would be trying to take the scalp of city rival CSKA — kingpins of Russia's hooligan world along with Zenit, for whom "Music Hall" are one of their several firms.

When Zenit confronted Spartak on a car park 11 years ago — in the early days of filmed fights — 250 were on each side.

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