The UEFA has announced the decisions of its disciplinary commission of the meetings of Champions League on November 7 and where fines were imposed in the conflict between AEK Athens and Olympique de Marseille and in Boys Swiss on his visit to City of Manchester.
In the case of the Greek team, it was a fine of 96,000 euros for everything that happened in their stadium. Of this amount, 60,000 was due to the behavior of its fans in addition to the partial closure of the stadium in its north stand for the next competition match of UEFA to compete as the host club for the lighting of flares. Partial stadium closure suspended for two-year trial period. Additionally, a fine of 16,000 euros for blocking public roads.
In discipline, the second coach of AEK Athenshe Panagiotis Kone Gkergki, through a competitive match for his repeated protests against the referee’s orders or disobeying them. In addition, the French club was fined 80,000 for the lighting flare.
In the case of the Swiss team, UEFA has decided to fine 10,000 euros and ban the Boys sell tickets to your visiting fans for your next competitive match UEFA, for disorderly conduct. Sales ban suspended for a trial period of two years. In addition, another fine of 20,250 euros for the use of flares, 3,000 euros for throwing objects and 5,000 for damages. In fact, it puts pressure on the club Bern to communicate with Manchester City FC within 30 days to liquidate the damage caused by their followers, that is, for broken seats and broken toilets in the visiting sector. A total of 38,350 euros.
Forty two thousand euros to Eintracht for flares
UEFA there is also a sanction Eintracht Frankfurt with 30,000 euros and banning Eintracht Frankfurt from selling tickets to its visiting fans for its next match for lighting flares and throwing objects during its visit to Helsinki on November 9, European League.
In addition, the local club was fined 30,000 euros and ordered the partial closure of the stadium. HJK Helsinki in the area behind the 2000-seat goal by launching flares. A closure that remains pending for two years. And it adds another fine of 12,000 for blocking the exits.
Source: La Verdad
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