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gov.ukEuropean football governing body, UEFA, has opened disciplinary proceedings against Everton after one of the club’s fans tried to punch an Olympique Lyon player.



The incident was during a melee which broke out during Thursday’s Europa League game at Goodison Park.


Merseyside Police are also investigating the brawl on the pitch between players from both teams, while Everton have banned one individual.


"Disciplinary proceedings have been opened following the UEFA Europa League group stage match between Everton FC and Olympique Lyonnais (1-2), played on Thursday in England," UEFA said in a statement on Friday.


The governing body added that the English club had been charged with "Aggressions by supporters against players" under Article 16 (2) (H) of its disciplinary regulations.


Everton captain Ashley Williams sparked off the trouble in the 64th minute when he shoved Anthony Lopes into the advertising hoardings.


nytimes.comThis was after the Lyon goalkeeper had collected the ball from a corner kick.



An all-out melee ensued with players from both sides getting involved, while at least one fan behind the goal was caught on video throwing punches at a Lyon player before stewards intervened.


Everton issued a statement saying they had banned an individual from future matches after reviewing footage of the incident and would be making a formal complaint to Merseyside Police.


The force said its detectives would review footage and speak to witnesses to establish what, if any, offences had been committed.


Everton manager Ronald Koeman said on Friday that Williams had acted out of frustration born partly from Wales’s failure to qualify for the World Cup and needed to control his emotions better.


"I understand his situation yesterday," the manager told a press conference ahead of Sunday’s Premier League home game against Arsenal.


"His personal situation, it was difficult after (being knocked) out of the World (Cup following the qualifiers) with Wales. He had some mistakes that cost a goal but I like that mentality.

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