He Dynamo Zagreb This Monday, it published a statement addressed to its fans, reminding them that they are prohibited from traveling to European competition matches outside Croatia due to the sanction imposed on them by UEFA, for this season. The Croatian team must visit Real Betis this Thursday at Benito Villamarín (9pm) in the first leg of the round of access to the round of 16 of the Conference League.
After events in Athens Before a match against AEK in the qualifying phase of the Champions League in August, in which a fan of the Greek team died and many were injured, the highest body in world football was very strong. “We note that UEFA has decided that our fans cannot access any stadium as guests in Europe. Therefore, we request and call on Dinamo fans to follow the rules, respect UEFA’s decision and don’t travel to Spain,” read the Croatian club’s statement to its official media.
Croatian fans were already banned from traveling to Athens last summer, but more than 100 ultras traveled to the Greek capital, where they clashed with AEK fans.
Source: La Verdad
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