Football: Fenerbahce face another ban after Uefa fixing charge
NYON, Switzerland (AP) - Uefa has charged Fenerbahce and five club officials in a match-fixing case, ensuring the Turkish giants face a second expulsion from the Champions League within three seasons.
The European football governing body says it will hold a disciplinary case on June 22. Verdicts are expected the following week.
The five officials were not identified in a Uefa statement.
The body rules bar clubs from its competitions for one season if they are connected to fixing matches played since April 2007, when its legal statutes were updated.