The blow is tough for OM. In an official press release published this Friday evening, UEFA announced that the Olympian club, following the incidents against Eintracht Frankfurt, will have to play its Champions League match against Sporting CP on October 4 behind closed doors. revocation of the current stay. But that’s not all. The body also specified that the North Bend would be closed for the reception of Tottenham, on November 1, during the last day of the group stage.
UEFA clarifies that these sanctions were taken because of “lighting of fireworks, throwing of objects, use of lasers, crowd disturbances and blocking of public passageways“. For its part, Eintracht has also been sanctioned. The German club is fined 15,000 euros, a partial closure of its stadium (at least 1,000 suspended seats, editor’s note), a ban on selling tickets to its supporters for the next away match suspended for “racist behavior”. Due to the damage caused by its supporters at the Velodrome, Frankfurt must contact OM within 30 days.
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Nice also sanctioned
Also in a press release, UEFA issued a travel ban for OGC Nice supporters during the meeting which will take place in Slovacko on October 6, in addition to a total camera at the reception of the Czech club. , October 13. The Riviera club, sanctioned in particular for throwing objects, use of fireworks or even crowd disturbances, will not appeal.
Due to the behavior of its supporters, FC Cologne has been fined 100,000 euros, and its supporters will be banned from traveling to the next two European matches.
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