Nyon — UEFA has charged Dynamo Kiev and Besiktas with
disciplinary offenses after fan violence marred a Champions League game between
Tuesday's game in Kiev, which Dynamo won 6-0, saw clashes
involving hundreds of fans in the Ukrainian capital before the game, leaving 10
injured. There was further trouble at the stadium.
UEFA has charged both teams over crowd disturbances and the
use of fireworks, while Besiktas has also been charged with fans causing damage
to the stadium. Dynamo faces a safety charge over stairways being blocked.
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Kiev is due to host the 2018 Champions League final. UEFA
says it is "confident that together with the local authorities all
necessary measures will be taken to ensure the safety and security of the
players, the match officials and the supporters."For
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