Banner 'Jihad' Create Legia Warsaw Fined

Written By Irpan Paizal on Saturday, November 19, 2011 | 10:22 PM



Banner 'Jihad Legia' which stretched Legia Warsaw fans bring harm to the Polish club.

UEFA fined $ 13,500 for Legia Warsaw after Legia fans put up banners reading 'Jihad Legia' when entertaining Israeli club Hapoel Tel Aviv in the Europa League match in September.

However, UEFA did not immediately comment on the sentence.

Poland has got a lot of criticism about the behavior of fans, who considered the UEFA damage the reputation of Poland as co-host Euro 2012 with Ukraine.

In May, fans damage stadium, noisy with the police, and attacked the media photographers, while Legia beat Lech Poznan in Poland Cup final.

Legia is certainly qualified for the Europa League round of 32, though still leaves two matches in Group C, which as host PSV Eindhoven on 30 November and then come to Hapoel two weeks later.

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