Uefa's fines bonanza
Uefa have been able to raise nearly £335,000 in fines on teams taking part in Euro2012. Mind you, that's only 0.2 per cent of the £158m prize money.
The Russians have racked up almost £150,000 in fines together with a suspended six point deduction for the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign. Croatia have picked up £85,000 in penalties for the behaviour of their fans with Germany being charged £8,000 for the same offence along with England (£4,000) and Poland (£3,200).
Somewhat bizarrely, Portugal were fined £4,000 for a delayed kick-off and Nicklas Bendtner lost £80,500 for displaying the logo on his underwear.