Uefa disciplines Spartak Moscow after Liverpool winger is abused

From BBC - October 20, 2017

Uefa has ordered the partial closure of Spartak Moscow's stadium in their next European home match as punishment for racist behaviour by supporters.

Europe's governing body has also ordered the club to display a banner on the empty seats reading "#EqualGame".

Uefa opened disciplinary proceedings after Liverpool alleged fans at the Spartak Academy made monkey chants towards Reds winger Bobby Adekanye.

The incident occurred at a Uefa Youth League game in Moscow on 26 September.

Adekanye, 18, a Nigeria-born Dutch youth international, came on as a 58th-minute substitute in the match.


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