UEFA appeals against sanctions

UEFA has appealed against the sanctions that its own control and disciplinary body imposed on Serbia and England for incidents in an Under-21 match in October.

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Heavy sanctions due if Serbian racist chanting is proven

The violence marred Stuart Pearce's side's hard-fought qualification. Credit: Stephen Pond/EMPICS Sport

UEFA is expected to impose heavy sanctions later today if their control and disciplinary body find Serbia guilty over a racist chanting charge from the clash with the England Under-21s in October.

The Serbian FA, along with the English FA, also face a charge of failure to control their players in the ugly scenes in Krusevac.

Tempers flared in the aftermath of the 1-0 win for Stuart Pearce's side, which put the team through to next year's European Championships.

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