UEFA have charged Celtic following “crowd disturbances” during their 1-1 Champions League draw with Manchester City at the Etihad last night.
The club will find out their fate in February and it is the second time this season the Hoops have been in trouble with the European bosses.
Earlier this year, the club were fined just under £9,000 after fans waved Palestine flags during the qualifying match with Israeli side Hapoel Be’er Sheva.
The latest incident is the 11th time in just five years the champions have been taken to task due to misbehaviour of the support.
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The UEFA statement said: “Charges against Celtic FC: Setting off of fireworks, Crowd disturbances. This case will be dealt with by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body on February 23, 2017.”
There were 14 supporters arrested in Manchester yesterday, with one fan fined £90 after throwing a hamburger at a horse.