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The UEFA imposed a fine of 40 thousand euros to PSV Eindhoven and the ban on selling tickets to his followers for your next away gamefor the incidents recorded in the group stage match of the Europe League who played in the field of Arsenal the last day October 20.

The sanction to the Dutch club is due to throwing objects and incidents from the public in the stadium of the London club, with which you must contact in a within 30 days to bear the damage caused.

The UEFA banned the PSV Eindhoven sell tickets to their fans for next week’s game in Norway against Bodø/Glimt. Arsenal expired 1-0 to the PSV on October 20 in a duel that was originally scheduled for September 15, four days before the funeral of queen elizabeth ii.

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Although the Chelsea received the salzburg in London that week, the UEFA and the local authorities did not allow the crash Arsenal-PSV It will be done for security reasons. The Dutch team has secured its ticket for the knockout stage in February, either from the Europe League Or the Conference League.

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