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Celtic fined for provocative banner following Queen Elizabeth II dying

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Celtic have been fined €15,000 by UEFA for displaying a provocative banner following Queen Elizabeth’s dying throughout their Champions League draw towards Shakhtar Donetsk, Europe’s soccer governing physique stated on Tuesday.

Final month’s match in Warsaw was held per week after the Queen’s dying and Celtic followers unfurled a banner which UEFA’s Management, Ethics and Disciplinary Physique stated carried a “message not match for a sports activities occasion.”

Whereas one banner carried an expletive directed on the royal household, one other learn, “Sorry to your loss Michael Fagan.”

The second was a sarcastic reference to the unemployed labourer who made his means into the Queen’s Buckingham Palace bed room in 1982 and spoke briefly to her earlier than being hauled off by safety guards.

Sevilla have been additionally fined €5,000 and requested to contact Manchester Metropolis inside 30 days for the settlement of damages brought on by the Spanish membership’s supporters after they broke a window of the group bus earlier than the match final month.

German facet Borussia Dortmund have been fined €5,000 and equally requested to contact Metropolis for settlement prices for unspecified acts of injury. Metropolis beat each groups within the two group video games.

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