UEFA has dismissed fears Rome's Stadio Olimpico risked losing May's Champions League final after AS Roma were charged over crowd trouble during the 3-1 home win over Chelsea earlier this month. "The Champions League final will be played in Rome as planned, without any shadow of doubt," UEFA communications director William Gaillard told the ANSA news agency. "The disciplinary procedure against Roma for the Chelsea match has nothing to do with the final."
28 November 2008
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