NICE - France Saturday expelled a Russian far-right leader of a football supporters group, Alexander Shprygin, and 19 other fans after the troubles with England fans at Euro 2016. Shprygin and the others were on a plane that left the southern French city of Nice for Moscow on Saturday. French investigators believe the group, officially ordered out for disrupting public order, includes well-prepared hooligans. Thirty-five people were injured in fighting between Russian and English fans around the England-Russia match in Marseille last Saturday.