UEFA fined Eintracht Frankfurt because of Fanrandale

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Eintracht Frankfurt is not allowed to sell for the next two away games in the Europa League has no cards of their own Fans. The UEFA disciplinary body also Borussia Dortmund punished.

Police in the Frankfurt Fan Block in front of the game in Guimaraes

Hard punishment for Eintracht Frankfurt: The Bundesliga club is due to repeated riots of their Fans in the Europa League with a spectator exclusion in the matches at Standard Liege (7.11.) and the Arsenal FC (28.11.) been punished. As the control, ethics and disciplinary body of the European football Union announced UEFA, the Frankfurter, because of the incidents on 3. October at the Europa League game with Vitoria Guimaraes in Portugal (1:0) condemned. In the process, Fans had pelted both teams shortly before kickoff, with the seat shells. The police admitted to a Frankfurt fan block. UEFA told the Bundesliga club to put up within 30 days with the Portuguese club to replace the of the Eintracht supporters caused damage in the stadium.

Board Of Directors Hellmann, Eintracht -: “A Hard Decision”

Already on 10. January, the Concord had been sentenced because of repeated vandalism of his followers to a spectator exclusion on probation for two years and a fine of 80 000 Euro. The probation was to call the new judgment to resist. The team left open the question of whether he will go in appeal. “This is certainly a tough decision by the UEFA”, – said Board member Axel Hellmann. “Of course we will, as soon as the reasons for the decision are available, at least with regard to the game in London, the prospects of success of an appeal, check.”

The UEFA disciplinary body has also condemned Borussia Dortmund. The BVB has to pay a fine of 29.875 Euro. Supporters of Dortmund were at the 2. October ignited during the Champions League game at Sparta Prague (2:0) fireworks and articles on the field of play thrown in. Also, the BVB must record within 30 days of the contact to Slavia to pay the damages incurred.

sn (dpa, UEFA)