Friday, June 6, 2014

UEFA kicked two Turkish clubs from Europe league, and Red Star from Champions League

UEFA kicked two Turkish clubs from Europe league, and Red Star from Champions League
UEFA today announced that two Turkish football club, Sivasspor and Eskisehirspor, will not have a chance next season to play in the Europa League, while the Red Star forbidden appearance in the Champions League next season

Both clubs are, in fact, guilty of intentional release later champion Fenerbahce match before the end of the 2010-2011 season. UEFA rules define how all the clubs which is a proven match-fixing shall prohibit participation in European competition, having been in April, 2007. Was introduced stricter rules.

UEFA said that they are clubs in this decision can appeal to the Court of Arbitration in Lausanne.

Sivasspor last season is finished fifth in the Turkish league, and would by placing played in the third round of qualifying of the Champions League, while Eskisehirspor as a finalist Cup appearance in the second round of qualifications for the Europa League.

Instead of these two teams qualifying for the Europa League will play Karabukspor and Bursaspor.

Fenerbahce this season won the league title and, accordingly, should be placed in the Champions League, but the club has has already  knew he would not have the opportunity to play in this competition, given that he was before last season, received a two-year suspension.

Serbian champion is fined for violating regulations about licensing and financial fair play, and this decision was reached after an extensive investigation by UEFA.

Investigation by UEFA is determined that Star has big debts to employees and other clubs, and there is a possibility that the Serbian federation being punished for issuing licenses Star Belgrade by the rules.

Belgrade club in the next 10 days may appeal the decision to the International Court of Sport in Lausanne.

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