Russian footballers Aleksandr Kokorin and Pavel Mamaev will be detained in prison until December 8 awaiting trial for assault and hooliganism, Moscow's Tverskoy Court ruled on Thursday. Kokorin's 19-year old brother Kirill was also jailed for two months. The court added assault charges under article 113 to the initial hooliganism charges under article 213 part 2 of the Russia's criminal code... Еще. If Kokorin and Mamaev are found guilty, they face up to seven years in prison. The pair, both former members of the Russian national team, are accused of assaulting Trade Ministry official Denis Pak in a cafe in the Russian capital on Monday. They are also charged with assaulting a driver earlier in the day. Pavel Mamaev's lawyer Igor Bushmanov said his client would appeal the verdict.