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banner Tuesday, 20 March, 2001, 19:17 GMT
PSV and PSG face Uefa wrath
PSG's Champions League game was halted for 20 minutes
PSG's Champions League game was halted for 20 minutes
Dutch club PSV Eindhoven and Paris St Germain, of France, could be banned from taking part in future European competition when a UEFA disciplinary committee meets on Wednesday.

PSV's Uefa Cup game against Kaiserslautern and PSG's encounter against Galatasary in the Champions League were both marred by crowd trouble.

PSV and PSG were the home side's in each case and European football's governing body is now expected to inflict serious penalties on the two club's.

At the least a heavy fine is set to be imposed with the worst case scenario seeing a ban being implemented.


The latter would have a severe affect on both but especially for PSV.

They are top of the Dutch league and can expect Champions League football next season.

They have already been warned by UEFA this season following crowd trouble in their Champions League clash against Anderlecht.

In PSV's favour, they have banned several fans from attending their matches for their role in the Kaiserslautern game.

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