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Legia Warsaw in further trouble with UEFA after ultras find loophole in ban

Polish side Legia Warsaw could be facing serious consequences following an incident during their Europa Conference League tie with Molde.

Their club has already been punished numerous times this season following the actions of their supporters against Aston Villa and AZ Alkmaar.

Back in October, Legia fans attacked police in Netherlands, knocking an officer unconscious.

Only children up to the age of 14 were meant to be in the home end for the match against Molde in the Europa Conference League play-off tie.

Before the match started, the young fans unveiled a banner ‘This time you won, UEFA’.

‘This time you won, UEFA’ was one of two banners in the stadium. (Image: Twitter)

But, in the other part of the stadium another banner was revealed which read ‘Surprise motherf***kers’

Legia Warsaw fans unveiled the controversial banner which will land them in further trouble with UEFA (Image: Twitter)

Legia Warsaw were beaten comfortably with Molde winning 3-0 on the night and 6-2 on aggregate.

Now we await the inevitable punishment that UEFA will hand out to the Polish side.

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