UEFA slam Everton with £26,000 fine

By Daily Sports on November 23, 2017

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UEFA has slammed Everton with a 30,000 euros (£26,647) fine after a fan carrying a small child appeared to push an opposition player during the Europa League defeat by Lyon.

The Premier League club banned the fan following the incident on 19 October.

Everton’s Ashley Williams sparked the melee which saw a home fan appear to push Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes.

European football’s governing body UEFA has fined the club for “aggressions by supporters against players”.

The Toffees also reported the supporter involved in the incident, which happened at the Gwladys Street End of the ground, to Merseyside Police.

An Everton statement shortly after the incident said that the action taken against the fan would “include a ban from attending future Everton fixtures”.

Everton were fined £8,837 by Uefa in September, after crowd trouble during the home leg of their Europa League play-off match against Hajduk Split in August.

•Photo shows Everton players during a match.

Source Daily Sports

Posted November 23, 2017

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