Steaua get racism stadium ban as CSKA escape

September 10, 2005
By Radu Timofte
BUCHAREST, Sept 10 (Reuters) - Steaua Bucharest have become the first club to be punished by UEFA with a stadium ban because of racist chanting by their fans after a Champions League match last month.

Bulgaria's CSKA Sofia, however, have escaped a ban for racist chanting during a Champions League match at their ground last month because of the 'improper conduct' of the target of the abuse, Liverpool's French striker Djibril Cisse.

Steaua were originally fined 16,500 euros ($20,460) ...

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