The Disciplinary Commission (DC) of the Bulgarian Football Union (BFS) issued a report after the postponed matches of the First League, in which the sanctions of the clubs that played during the week were announced.
Curiously, the only two clubs that were fined were Eter Veliko Tarnovo and CSKA, who played against each other.
According to the DC’s report, the “violets” were fined a total amount of BGN 9,300 for illegal use of smokes, use of smokes that led to the suspension of the game, igniting bombs on the track, failure to comply with the requirements for reliable security at the football match, objects thrown and abusive and obscene chants.
At the same time, CSKA also left with a far “smaller fine” than Veliko Tarnovo – BGN 2,300, imposed for illegal use of smoke detectors and igniting bombs on the track.
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