UEFA meet on Wednesday to discuss allegations of racist chanting from CSKA Moscow

UEFA's disciplinary board meet on Wednesday to discuss whether CSKA Moscow's stadium should be partially closed for their next Champions League game because of alleged racist chanting towards Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure.

UEFA's disciplinary board meet on Wednesday to discuss whether CSKA Moscow's stadium should be partially closed for their next Champions League game because of alleged racist chanting towards Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure.

Last Wednesday, during Manchester City's 2-1 win in the Russian capital, Toure claimed he was the target of *****-chanting from the home fans inside the Khimki Arena.

The 30-year-old reported the incident to referee Ovidiu Hategan during the Champions League tie, and UEFA responded by charging the Russian club with "racist behaviour of their fans" the following day.

 
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