The Disciplinary Committee of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has ruled on incidents at matches in the group stage of European competition.

Marseille was punished by holding the next Champions League match in an empty stadium due to the behavior of the fans at the game against Eintracht Frankfurt, informs UEFA press office

A German club has been banned from selling tickets for the next away match in Europe for racist fan behavior. Eintracht was also fined €45,000 for fans using pyrotechnics.

“Nice” should play the next home match of the Eurocup Conference League in empty stands for the excesses of the fans in the game with “Cologne”. The French club is also prohibited from selling tickets for the next away game. Cologne will pay a fine of €100,000 and will not be able to sell tickets to fans for two away games.

Marseille will play Sporting on 4 October. Nice will play on October 6 away with Slovacko.

Barcelona striker Dembele has said that his main goal is to win the Champions League.


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