European football governing body, UEFA have slammed a £44,000 (€50,000) fine on Italian club, AS Roma for their fans violent conduct during the first leg of last season’s UEFA Champions League semi-final in Anfield.
The club was also banned from selling tickets for their first away fixture of the 2018/2019 Champions League.
Roma fans attacked Liverpool supporters, Sean Cox in Anfield before the kick-off of their semi-final first leg in April causing the Irishman serious injury which left him in a coma for weeks after a surgery to address a bleed on his brain.
The 53-year old father of three Cox has since been taken back to Ireland but still remains in a critical condition.
UEFA also says it has also punished two other clubs and ordered fines for further fan violence during a Europa League fixture.
UEFA fined Spartak Moscow £48,000 (€55,000) following the action of their supporters in a Europa League game and also banned the club from selling tickets in their next two away games in UEFA competition.
Spanish club, Athletic Bilbao were not left off the hook after their fans caused mayhem in their Europa League game which resulted in a Spanish police officer suffering a cardiac arrest.
The club was fined £35,000 (€40,000) and ordered by UEFA to close a 2,000-seat section of their stadium at its next home game in European competition.