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UEFA refuses Serbia appeal and Luxembourg match will be in camera

by Ace Damon
UEFA refuses Serbia appeal and Luxembourg match will be in camera

UEFA refuses Serbia appeal

Photography: EPA

12 November 2019 at 18:13

The Serbian side are in Group B alongside Ukraine, who have already secured first place and their qualification from Portugal, with second place for direct access to the Euro2020, Lithuania and Luxembourg finals. .

The UEFA Appeals Committee rejected the Serbian Football Association's appeal against the punishment of a closed-door game applied by the Ethics and Disciplinary Committee for racist demonstrations in the match with Portugal.

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This decision means Serbia will even have to play their next qualifying match against Luxembourg in Belgrade next Thursday, day 14, without spectators on the bench.

In addition to this punishment, the Serbian Federation will have to pay a fine of 33,250 euros and will still be subject to a one-year 'probation' period, starting three days before receiving the qualifying Ukraine. Group B's last game of qualifying.

The punishment is the result of racist demonstrations by a part of the public present during the match with Portugal, played in Belgrade, which ended with the victory of the Portuguese by 4-2.

The Serbian side are in Group B alongside Ukraine, who have already secured first place and their qualification from Portugal, with second place for direct access to the Euro2020, Lithuania and Luxembourg finals. .

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