UEFA Bans Galatasaray Supporters From Attending Live Vs Lazio Match

Galatasaray supporters have reportedly been barred from traveling to Italy to watch their favorite team's match against Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico which will take place next month as ordered by UEFA.

UEFA has banned Galatasaray supporters from traveling to Rome, Italy to watch the match against Lazio in the Europa League match. As reported by Football-Italy, the action was taken after the Turkish giants' appeal against the two suspensions regarding the presence of fans at away matches was rejected.

The Turkish club was fined 50,000 euros for setting off fireworks and throwing something during the UEL match against Olympique Marseille at the Stade Velodrome which took place on 30 September.

They were also fined 8000 Euros for damage caused to their supporters and given up to 30 days to contact Marseille. While their group in the Europa League is very balanced, with Galatasaray leading with eight points followed by the Biancoceleste with five, Olympique Marseille with four, and Lokomotiv Moscow with two.

There are concerns about crowd problems at this tournament and especially in this group previously Aquile fans were also barred from coming to Marseille due to Covid restrictions and the rise in cases in France. Meanwhile, according to the authorities there they banned The Aquile fans from going there by mentioning their right-wing supporters.

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