Anderlecht fined for fan trouble

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Anderlecht have been fined £12,857 for the improper conduct of their supporters during last week´s UEFA Cup Group G game with Tottenham.

The Belgian side were punished by the disciplinary arm of European football´s governing body after spectators threw missiles onto the field of play during the December 6 game in Brussels.

Spurs midfielder Didier Zokora appeared to be struck by lighter thrown from the crowd, while goalkeeper Paul Robinson also picked up a metal rod which he handed to the fourth official after the final whistle of the 1-1 draw at the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium.

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