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Celtic hit with Uefa charges over behaviour of fans and team

Football News | Article posted on February 27th, 2015

Celtic have been hit with two more Uefa charges – one for their fans’ behaviour and another for their team’s.
Celtic again face a charge relating to supporters letting off fireworks, days after being fined for an identical offence.
But the players have also got the club into trouble after being accused of “improper conduct” during their 1-0 Europa League defeat by Internazionale.
The improper conduct charge is sparked by a team that receives five or more cards during a game.
Ronny Deila’s team had Virgil van Dijk sent off following two bookable offences in the first half of their defeat, which saw them lose 4-3 on aggregate, and a further five players booked.
Deila criticised the referee Ivan Kruzliak for his decision to send off the Dutch defender while the captain Scott Brown felt the Slovakian referee had been too harsh throughout.
Brown, who was not booked, said: “Football is a man’s game there’s always going to be tackles that are a wee bit late due to the pace of the game. These things happen but every single tackle shouldn’t be a yellow card.”
Celtic had appealed for fans to behave at the San Siro after being fined €10,000 (approximately £7,300) on Wednesday after a supporter let off a flare during their group match against Dynamo Zagreb in Croatia.
But pyrotechnics were evident in the visiting section in Milan and both clubs have received the same charge.
It is the seventh time in little over three years that Celtic have faced Uefa punishment because of incidents involving fans.
Uefa’s control, ethics and disciplinary body will consider the charges on 19 March.
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