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UEFA Fine Hajduk Split 30,000 Euro For Flares At San Siro

Cash strapped Croatian football club Hajduk Split have been dealt another blow, this time from European Football’s ruling body UEFA.

UEFA have fined the Dalmatian club 30,000 euros after their fans let off flares in the crowd at the San Siro Stadium in Milan when Hajduk Split played Inter Milan in the UEFA Cup in August.

Apart from the flares, the game will be remembered for the huge upset that Hajduk Split caused, beating the Italian giants 2-0 in their backyard.

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