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CSKA Moscow must close part of their stadium for the next Champions League home game following the racist abuse hurled at Manchester City's Yaya Toure by the Russian club's fans last week, UEFA said on Wednesday (October 30). UEFA also said that their venue director for CSKA's Arena Khimki has been 'relieved of his duties' for failing to stop play and issue a warning over the public address system as laid down in UEFA guidelines. The referee was absolved of any blame.
CSKA Moscow apologised for the racial abuse Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure suffered when the two teams met a fortnight ago in Russia.The contrition came almost two weeks after the original incident and with the club having previously continued to play down what happened despite European football governing body UEFA ordering them to play their next Champions League home game with a partial stadium closure.During CSKA's official pre-match press conference on Monday the club's media officer
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