Liverpool, Manchester City and Celtic fined by UEFA over Champions League incidents

Posted on: November 26th, 2019 by admin

Liverpool, Manchester Celtic and City have been fined by UEFA for events in Champions League matches.
Liverpool were #8,500 forfield intrusion by audiences following a few fans raced onto the pitch during and at the end of their match in your home to Red Bull Salzburg.
And City have been ordered to pay 13,500 for the throwing of objects by their lovers in the home game against Dinamo Zagreb this month.
UEFAs management, ethics and body given out the punishments.
Celtic have been fined #10,400 earlier this season after their lovers set off fireworks at the Europa League encounter with Cluj.
Here is the second such fine that the Parkhead club have received this year after they were penalized for fans setting off flares and throwing objects during the 4-1 Europa League play-off second-leg triumph over AIK in August.
Celtic vowed to introduce further measures to avoid a repeat of such behaviour and have urged their supporters to stop using pyrotechnics.
Theyll resume their effort at home to Lazio on October 24 prior to going to Rome to the return match on November 7, even when a partial stadium closed will be enforced after UEFA charged the team over
Racist chanting from supporters.

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