Euro organizers on alert around group A decider
Euro 2008 organizers in Geneva warned of potential trouble from fans later Sunday as the Czechs and Turkey were due to battle out a quarter-final berth from group A. "We are expecting less well-behaved fans," Geneva's Euro spokesman Michael Kleiner told reporters, citing the decisive nature of the encounter. Turkey and the Czech Republic were to due to play the last game of the tournament in Vienna, with the winner of the match - which could be decided on penalties - to face Croatia in the quarter-finals. French police was providing backup once more for Swiss forces to ensure that trouble is averted or contained. Nine Czech flights were due in to Geneva Sunday with many more bus loads of fans expected, according to the Swiss wire agency ATS, dpa reported.