United hit by double charge
Dundee United have been hit by a double charge from UEFA after crowd trouble marred their Europa League qualifier against Dynamo Moscow last week.
Trouble broke out during the 2-2 draw as rival fans clashed while a
supporter also charged out onto the pitch in celebration of United's opening goal.
The Tangerines immediately launched their own internal investigation while promising any individual found responsible would be banned from the stadium. There were three arrests and another seven spectators were ejected.
"We have been charged by UEFA on two counts," United chairman Stephen Thompson confirmed to BBC Scotland. "I feel very let down by a number of people."