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Sunday, 10 December 2017

Bayern fined €20,000 for fake notes thrown by fans

Bayern Munich have been fined €20,000 after fans threw fake notes on the pitch during a Champions League clash with Anderlecht last month.
Supporters threw rolls of mock-up €500 bills at the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium in protest against the high cost of tickets.
They also held a banner apparently criticising UEFA for their pricing policy, which read: ‘Is your gr€€d now finally satisfied?’.
Travelling fans were angered after some reportedly paid as much as €100 for match tickets.
European football’s governing body has decided to fine them after they were charged with throwing objects and displaying illicit banners.
Spartak Moscow have also been fined €3,000 for setting off fireworks in their draw with Maribor.
Bayern are still basking in the euphoria of their 3-1 Champions League victory over PSG, with manager
Jupp Heynckes believing that the victory proves the Bundesliga side are back among favorites to win the competition this season
Speaking to reporters ahead of Saturday’s trip to Eintracht Frankfurt, Heynckes said: “Certainly there are others who are the favourites, but as we have proven ourselves, we belong to the extended circle of favourites.
“I wanted to achieve with the game, and I also think it’s positive that one or two of the players still wanted to play to make it 4-1 or 5-1.
“I was always sure that things would work out, but I was not so forward-thinking.
“It was positive against PSG, but I’m not going to let myself be over-praised and overlook the weaknesses that weren’t exploited.
“We have to improve further. Some injured players still have to reach their optimum performance. At the moment, I’m still not satisfied as there is still room for improvement and we have not yet reached our peak.”
Heynckes also spoke about the importance of time with respect to the development of young players and coaches.
“I became a Bundesliga coach at the age of 43,” he said. “I had to learn a lot.
“Give the young coaches a chance. A clear plan is important, you give a team structure.
“There’s good offspring in Germany. You have to give the young trainers the time, even though they do not often get it.
“Also, players need time to develop. Bastian Schweinsteiger and Philipp Lahm were not world-class at 21.
“Kingsley Coman has been here for three years now, Corentin Tolisso since the summer, and Schweinsteiger played on the left wing in the beginning.”

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