UEFA Charges Hajduk and Everton over Crowd Trouble

By 18 August 2017

Charges are brought against Hajduk and Everton after their supporters clashed at last night's match

After the last night's incident at Goodison Park, the UEFA disciplinary commitee went through all the footage from the game and came to a decision regarding charges they would bring against Everton and Hajduk, reports Slobodna Dalmacija on August 18, 2017.

Play was suspended for four minutes after a fight between fans of Everton and Hajduk broke out in the 33rd minute of the match.

Everton was charged for 'throwing of objects' according to Article 16 of the Disciplinary Regulations.

Hajduk ended up getting the short side of the stick with a total of four counts: 'throwing of objects', 'crowd disturbances', 'field invasions by supporters' and 'acts of damages'.


The case has been forwarded to the Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body at UEFA, and the penalties will be imposed after the hearing whose date is yet to be announced.