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Walter Smith believes Rangers fans must heed the lesson of Thursday's sanctions imposed by Uefa for sectarian singing, although the manager was relieved that the punishment was not as severe as the club had feared.

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Uefa have banned Rangers fans from one European away game after finding the Glasgow club guilty of two counts of sectarian chanting in Europa Legue games against PSV Eindhoven last month.

Rangers fans banned by Uefa

UEFA have imposed a two-match away ban - one of which is suspended - on Rangers fans after the club were found guilty of charges relating to discriminatory behaviour by their supporters.

Ally McCoist fears Rangers fans will be banned

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Platini shows support for Lennon in 'the fight against sectarianism'

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Anti-racism body denies 'target' claim

Football against Racism in Europe (Fare) has denied claims made by Rangers of a "deliberate and targeted campaign" against them.

Uefa hit Rangers with sectarian chanting charge

Rangers believe they are the victims of an organised campaign after being hit with a second UEFA disciplinary charge in eight days.

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Sectarian songs at PSV investigated by Uefa

Rangers have vowed to fight any Uefa disciplinary action over sectarian singing after claiming "disproportionate focus" had been directed towards their fans. The club reacted with "utter dismay" after Uefa confirmed its control and disciplinary committee would discuss an alleged case of discriminatory chanting among supporters at the away leg of their Europa League game against PSV Eindhoven last month.

Chelsea's Brazilian revolution has them believing they are back in the title hunt...

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Portuguese trio avoid each other in Europa League draw

All three Portuguese sides avoided each other in today's draw for the Europa League quarter-finals.

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