UEFA defends ticket policy

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UEFA insist their ticket policy for this season´s Champions League final will allow more fans to attend the game.

European football´s governing body this week put 10,500 tickets for the Moscow match on sale via their own website, despite the clubs who reach the final only being allocated 21,000 tickets each in the 70,000 Luzhniki Stadium.

"Seventy-five per cent will go to fans. Last year it was only 65%," UEFA spokesman William Gaillard told the BBC.

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