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Chechen football players Dzhabrail Kadaev (L) and Zaur Sadaev, signed from Russian League club Terek Grozny, show off their new shirts during their introduction by the Beitar Jerusalem football club to the press in Jerusalem on January 30, 2013. Beitar Jerusalem, owned by Russian-Israeli Arkady Gaydamak, is in turmoil after some fans lashed out at the owner's plan to sign the two Muslim players, insisting the club would remain 'pure' and causing uproar during a weekend game. (AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP/Getty Images)

Chechen football players Dzhabrail Kadaev (L) and Zaur Sadaev, signed from Russian League club Terek Grozny, show off their new shirts during their introduction by the Beitar Jerusalem football club to the press in Jerusalem on January 30, 2013. Beitar Jerusalem, owned by Russian-Israeli Arkady Gaydamak, is in turmoil after some fans lashed out at the owner’s plan to sign the two Muslim players, insisting the club would remain ‘pure’ and causing uproar during a weekend game. (AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP/Getty Images)

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