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Champions: Uefa opens ‘independent’ investigation into pre-final chaos

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(ANSA) – ROME, MAY 30 – UEFA has commissioned an “independent report on the events that accompanied the Champions League final” last Saturday in Paris. In announcing it, the European confederation informs that the task has been entrusted to the former Portuguese Minister of Sport, Tiago Brandao Rodrigues, who “will focus on the decision-making processes, responsibilities and behaviors of all the entities that participated in the organization. of the match “.

“Evidence will be collected from all interested parties and the conclusions of the report will be made public” continues the note from Uefa, explaining that based on the results it will study “the next steps”. Two days after the chaos scenes outside the Stade de France that went around the world, the controversy over the causes of the 36-minute delay in the start of the match, which Real Madrid won 1-0 over Liverpool, does not subside .

French and British authorities accuse each other of responsibilities and the task of Brandao Rodrigues does not promise to be easy. (HANDLE).

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