Clubs fined for crowd trouble in Europe

BERNE, Switzerland - UEFA have fined four more clubs over crowd trouble at recent European matches with Feyenoord, Deportivo La Coruna, AS Roma and Olympique Marseille all picking up sanctions.

European soccer's governing body said on Friday it was handing Feyenoord a 25,000 euro ($33,170) fine while Deportivo were ordered to pay 5,000 euros after supporters threw missiles during the sides' UEFA Cup group stage clash on Nov. 27.

Roma and Marseille were punished for incidents during their Champions League meetings with Chelsea and Liverpool respectively.

In Roma's case UEFA's disciplinary body handed out a 20,000 euro fine after fans lit flares and blocked public passageways during their 3-1 home win against Chelsea on Nov. 4.

Marseille were given a 10,000 euro fine after supporters threw objects onto the pitch, including a cigarette lighter which struck Liverpool player Steven Gerrard, during their 1-0 defeat at Anfield on Nov. 26.

Friday's fines follow on from a 200,000 euro fine handed down to Dinamo Zagreb on Thursday after crowd trouble at two UEFA Cup matches involving the Croatian champions.