UEFA has fined Manchester United 8,375 euros (£7,050) for their fans’ behaviour during recent European fixtures.

 

 

United were punished after fans threw objects and invaded the pitch, as the team came from behind to beat Villarreal on September 29.

 

West Ham must also pay 60,000 euros (£50,500) for crowd trouble that happened during their 2-0 win over Rapid Vienna on September 28.

 

Rapid have been fined 60,000 euros and banned from having fans travel to their next away European fixture.

 

 

An extensive disciplinary update published on Thursday by the European governing body, also shows Paris Saint-Germain have been fined a total of 40,250 euros (£33,900) after fans blocked public passageways and set off fireworks in their 2-0 Champions League win over Manchester City on September 28.

 

Legia Warsaw must pay 16,000 euros (£13,500) for the blocking of passageways in their 1-0 Europa League win over Leicester on September 30.

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    1. Saka emerged a doubt for the Premier League game after he was scythed down from behind by James McArthur during the 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace.

      The 20-year-old was taken off during the half-time break.

      Arteta, speaking at his pre-match press conference, said he would give Saka every chance to prove his fitness in the hours leading up to kick-off.

      Tierney, who was absent from Wednesday’s training session due to minor bruising, also took part in drills at London Colney.

      Midfielder Granit Xhaka, who suffered a knee injury in Arsenal’s north London derby victory over Tottenham Hotspur, is not expected to make his return until the New Year.

    2. An extensive disciplinary update published on Thursday by the European governing body, also shows Paris Saint-Germain have been fined a total of 40,250 euros (£33,900) after fans blocked public passageways and set off fireworks in their 2-0 Champions League win over Manchester City on September 28.

  1. We advise FG to key into these pragmatic gains of the visit rather than dissipate energy on a wild goose chase. FG should ignore the allegation because Erdogan has no single shred of evidence. It is false, baseless and of no consequence whatsoever.”

  2. We advise FG to key into these pragmatic gains of the visit rather than dissipate energy on a wild goose chase. FG should ignore the allegation because Erdogan has no single shred of evidence. It is false, baseless and of no consequence whatsoever.”

  3. An extensive disciplinary update published on Thursday by the European governing body, also shows Paris Saint-Germain have been fined a total of 40,250 euros (£33,900) after fans blocked public passageways and set off fireworks in their 2-0 Champions League win over Manchester City on September 28.

  4. Thanks for the update Climaxtrend The Jigawa State Government says it has introduced another way of paying the retirees their benefits to ease their sufferings.

    This was stated by the new Executive Secretary of the Jigawa State and Local Governments Contributory Pension Scheme, Alhaji Kamilu Aliyu, while addressing the beneficiaries on the payment of October retirees.

    Climaxtrend reported that Governor Muhammad Badaru Abubakar had sacked Hashim Ahmad Fagam for allegedly sponsoring protest over APC local Government Congress and replaced him with Alhaji Kamilu Aliyu.

    According to the new pension board boss, the scheme will henceforth be paying retirees monthly unlike previous arrangements where the scheme is paying the retirees quarterly.

    “Whenever the number of those who retired reached 150 to 200 in a month, we will, therefore, process all their entitlements and pay them,” he said.

    He explained that the aim was to reduce their sufferings and overcome crowd whenever the scheme was making the payments.

    According to him, two hundred (200) Civil servants retired from service for the month of October and they were paid N331,698,679.62 as their benefits.

    “Forty-seven beneficiaries from the state service will be paid N99,709,300.88 as retirement benefit; 52 from the local council will be paid N72,653,344.43; while 22 from LEAs will be paid N26,756,781.76.

    “For death benefit, 15 retirees from the state will get N38,721,150.32; 14 from local councils will be paid N27,270,456, while 18 from LEAs will get N47,645,102.

    “For death pension balance, nine beneficiaries from the State will be paid N9,184,100.32, six from local councils will be paid N1,613,361.61 while five from LEAs will be paid N6,895,301.26.

    “Also, for a refund of eight per cent contribution, 12 beneficiaries from the State will be paid N1,249,781.04,” Aliyu said.

    He also assured that the scheme would continue to ensure prompt payment of retirement benefits when due.

  5. An extensive disciplinary update published on Thursday by the European governing body, also shows Paris Saint-Germain have been fined a total of 40,250 euros (£33,900) after fans blocked public passageways and set off fireworks in their 2-0 Champions League win over Manchester City on September 28.

  6. An extensive disciplinary update published on Thursday by the European governing body, also shows Paris Saint-Germain have been fined a total of 40,250 euros (£33,900) after fans blocked public passageways and set off fireworks in their 2-0 Champions League win over Manchester City on September 28.

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