Strachan silent on Dida row

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Celtic manager Gordon Strachan refused to be drawn on UEFA´s decision to investigate the Parkhead club following the incident during Wednesday´s Champions League match in which a spectator confronted AC Milan goalkeeper Dida.

The Scottish club will have to answer charges of "lack of organisation and improper conduct of supporters" with UEFA´s control and disciplinary body to deal with the case at their next plenary meeting on October 11.

And Strachan said: "We´ve decided as a club that, as a manager, it is better leaving it to other people to deal with."

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