Wolves President Jeff Shi expressed his "deep disappointment" at the truth that the membership's Europa League recreation in Slovan Bratislava will likely be held in digicam.
The attraction of Bratislava towards the penalty imposed following incidents in the course of the play-off towards PAOK FC in August was rejected Wednesday by UEFA.
The Slovak occasion was fined 50,000 euros for the racist habits of its supporters and 41,750 euros (37,500 euros) for "blocking stairs, throwing objects, invasion playground and inadequate group. "
The wolf supporters will be unable to attend the match on October 24 and Shi informed the membership web site: "We absolutely respect UEFA's obligation to punish behaviors unacceptable supporters of the opposition, however we’re deeply disenchanted that this determination impacts our personal followers and their capability to assist the staff.
"We have now understandably explored each avenue to discover a technique to treatment this case, however now we have sadly been knowledgeable that there was no approach round this determination."