The official website for European football

UEFA open Rome investigation

Published: Thursday 14 March 2002, 10.58CET
UEFA has opened a disciplinary investigation into Wednesday's AS Roma-Galatasaray SK match.
Published: Thursday 14 March 2002, 10.58CET

UEFA open Rome investigation

UEFA has opened a disciplinary investigation into Wednesday's AS Roma-Galatasaray SK match.

UEFA has opened a disciplinary investigation following events in the UEFA Champions League match between AS Roma and Galatasaray SK at the Olimpico stadium.

Unruly scenes
After the final whistle in Rome, both teams were involved in unruly scenes on the pitch that continued into the players' tunnel. European football's governing body has decided to investigate on the basis of various reports including those from the referee and match delegate.

Disciplinary meeting
It is likely that the incidents, which came after a 1-1 draw between the sides, will be considered at the UEFA Control and Disciplinary Body meeting scheduled for 22 March in Nyon, Switzerland.


 

Last updated: 16/11/12 6.51CET

Related information

Team profiles

http://www.uefa.com/news/newsid=19382.html#uefa+open+rome+investigation

UEFA.com features

Perfect timing: the best of matchday five
  • Perfect timing: the best of matchday five
  • UEFA Champions League matchday six classics
  • Europe's youngest top-flight goalscorers
  • Germany, England enjoy historic Wembley date
  • Guingamp showing gall in Group K
  • The famous UEFA Youth League coaches
  • Players who shone for both Inter and Milan
  • No time for losers: Europe's unbeaten league clubs
  • Masterclass: Petr Čech's goalkeeping guide
  • Ten things you never knew about Dinamo Moskva
1 of 10
 
  • © 1998-2014 UEFA. All rights reserved.
  • The UEFA word, the UEFA logo and all marks related to UEFA competitions, are protected by trade marks and/or copyright of UEFA. No use for commercial purposes may be made of such trade marks. Use of UEFA.com signifies your agreement to the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy.