- The ultras section was closed for the home game against Molde after problems with the fans
- The fans moved to another part of the stadium and displayed a provocative banner.
- If Jurgen Klopp had said 12 months ago that he was leaving, Mauricio Pochettino would have fitted in well at Liverpool. everything is beginning podcast
Legia Warsaw ultras defied UEFA’s ban in their Europa Conference League match against Molde on Thursday night.
The ultras section was closed for the second leg of the round of 16 play-off due to problems with fans before the game against AZ Alkmaar.
Only children up to 14 years old were allowed to enter the house. The “this time you won UEFA” banner was placed behind rows of empty seats before kick-off.
But it turned out to be a false flag, as the ultras had simply moved to another part of the stadium for the match.
And they displayed a ‘surprise motherfuckers!’ banner and set off fireworks as the teams lined up at the Stadion Wojska Polskiego.
Legia Warsaw fans revealed offensive banner at Europa Conference League match against Molde
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On the field, Legia were defeated 3-0 that night and Molde completed a 6-2 aggregate victory.
The Polish club could now face additional punishment from UEFA.
Legia Fans have been banned from attending their club’s next five European away games following violent scenes that marred last month’s Europa Conference League clash against Aston Villa.
The Polish club were also fined £100,000 (£86,000) and ordered to pay for damage caused to Villa Park during incidents that took place before and during the tie on 30 November.
Police charged 46 men after Legia Warsaw fans clashed with police, with missiles and flares fired at officers while fans were held in a coach park near the ground before they entered the stadium.
West Midlands Police said four officers were injured and, although the match started on time, no Legia fans were allowed in before kick-off.
In addition to the violent clashes, Villa administrators also removed several people believed to be visiting fans from the home stands, while images on social media appeared to show objects being thrown into the stadium from outside.
Villa filed an official complaint with UEFA over the behavior of the Legia fans after the 2-1 victory.
Legia Warsaw ultras clashed with fans and lines of police outside Villa Park last month.
An officer was set on fire with a flare and five officers were injured before the Euro Cup qualifiers
Legia Warsaw were fined €50,000 (£42,000) in 2017 for a fan’s banner criticizing UEFA.
The club was also ordered to close the north stand of its stadium, where fans put on their trademark pre-match displays.
UEFA intervened in response to Legia fans displaying a giant banner with the UEFA crest with a pig and the slogan “And the 35,000 fine is going to…” at a Europa League match.
That was related to UEFA’s fine for displaying a political banner commemorating the 1944 Warsaw Uprising before a Champions League qualifying match.
Legia also received Real Madrid in an empty stadium after fan violence.