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UEFA punished three European clubs for their fans' racist behavior at Champions League and Europa League matches last month. Slovan Bratislava, Dynamo Moscow and Ruch Chorzow must close sections of their stadiums during matches next week

By SI Wire
August 15, 2014

UEFA punished three European clubs for their fans' racist behavior at Champions League and Europa League matches last month, the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body announced Friday.

Slovan Bratislava, Dynamo Moscow and Ruch Chorzow must close sections of their stadiums during matches next week.

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No details about the fans behavior were published by UEFA. UEFA, the governing body of European soccer, has punished 10 eastern European clubs for fans' racist behavior this season.

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