Wednesday Mar 29, 2017  
     
 
  20/09/2013: Anti-semitic chanting heard during Legia game
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Il Messaggero allege that anti-semitic chants were to be heard from the stands last night as Lazio took on Legia Warsaw. The chants were not directed at the Polish club, but were directed specifically towards fans of AS Roma.

During the game, about 20 arrests were made by the police following clashes with the fans of Legia Warsaw. Three fans were arrested before the game, and one policeman was injured in the fracas at the Stadio Olimpico.

Legia Warsaw were fined 150,000 euro yesterday and ordered to play two games behind closed doors (with one game suspended pending a probation period of five years) following incidents of racist behaviour in their two previous games in the current European campaign.
Author: Cathal Mullan
 
 
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