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UEFA Reduces CSKA Stadium Ban

UEFA on Monday reduced CSKA Moscow’s stadium ban over its fans’ racist behavior to two games instead of three, in addition to reducing the Russian club’s fine from 200,000 euros ($254,900) to 100,000 ($127,450) after it lodged an appeal. The first game under the ban was played last week, ending in a 2-2 draw between CSKA and Manchester City. The Russian champ’s next home game will be against AS Roma on Nov. 25.

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