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Arsenal and Cologne have both been charged by UEFA after the kick-off in their Europa League match on Thursday was delayed an hour amid crowd trouble.
According to BBC Sport, Arsenal have been charged because of blocked stairways, while the Bundesliga outfit face four, “including crowd disturbances and setting off fireworks,” after 17,000 extra fans travelled to the game on top of their seat allocation of almost 3,000.
UEFA’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body will address the case on Thursday, September 21.
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