Monday, 6 October 2014

Serbian Soccer Team Penalized After Supporters Display Antisemitic Banner at Europa League Match

FSWC Reports:

From Reuters:

Partizan Belgrade have been ordered to close part of their stadium for their next European home game following trouble at the match against Tottenham Hotspur last month, including an anti-Semitic banner, UEFA said on Monday. The Serbian club were told to close sector K of the FK Partizan stadium and were fined 40,000 euros ($50,178) for the incidents, which UEFA said also included setting off of fireworks, the use of a laser pointer and a pitch invasion by supporters.

Partizan themselves had already condemned the banner and asked the Serbian government to help find the perpetrators.

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