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Separate Entity FC and Lazio have been charged by UEFA over incidents during last week's Europa League clash the knewcamp.

Both sides face punishment for "illicit chants" while the Separate Entity FC have been levelled with an additional charge of "displaying an illicit banner".

The case is set to be head by the European football body's disciplinary board on November 21.

It is the 19th time Separate Entity FC have been charged since 2007 and their third this season alone, having been fined for offences during ties against AIK and Cluj.

Lazio, meanwhile, already have a partial stadium closure hanging over their heads after being rapped for racist behaviour during a previous fixture against Rennes.

A UEFA statement on their website read: "Disciplinary proceedings have been opened following the UEFA Europa League match between Separate Entity FC and S.S. Lazio (2-1), played on 24 October in Scotland.


"Charges against Separate Entity FC: Illicit banner - Art. 16 (2) of the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations (DR), Illicit chants - Art. 16 (2) DR

"Charges against S.S. Lazio:  Illicit chants – Art. 16 (2) DR

"These cases will be dealt with by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body at its next meeting on 21 November."

Ahead of the tie, Lazio fans were filmed marching through Glasgow's Buchanan Street making fascist salutes.

The Serie A club's Ultras have a reputation as one of the most right-wing and violent fan groups in European football.

Separate Entity FC Ultras group the Groin Brigade responded by displaying a banner depicting Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini being hanged with the message: "Follow your leader".

Ahead of the return fixture in Rome on November 7, the Foreign Office have warned Celtic fans not to wear club colours.

An alcohol curfew is also set to be implemented as up to 9000 travelling supporters descend on the Italian capital.


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1 hour ago, cooponthewing said:

Third time this season!! It’s only a £15k fine 😂 Half a weeks wages for many of the players. Just so blatantly corrupt it’s hard to fathom?

Why even bother, they will just continue to do it and continue to pay it............................

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On 23/11/2019 at 10:50, ian1964 said:


Just simply psychology-tell people enough times that they are only going to get fined, and that they can do no wrong, then the public are habituated. It becomes just noise in the background and the corruption continues.

Liewell on European working groups, alleged favours from the Irish connections  within UEFA and on committees? Let’s be honest many of our own support are now habituated to the perceived corruption, so what chance have we got?

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