An easy victory for Everton amidst an uneasy atmosphere at Goodison Park, where Hajduk Split supporters caused a halt in the game after attempting to storm the Park End towards the end of the
Everton on Friday banned a fan who appeared to try and strike a Lyon player while holding a child during their Europa League tie as UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings following the crowd trouble
Everton’s Europa League game with Hajduk Split was briefly halted due to crowd trouble. As half-time approached, and with the Blues 1-0 up at Goodison, police and stewards were forced to form a
Everton fan holding CHILD joins brawl as Ashley Williams fights Lyon players in on-field scrap. It is not the first time crowd trouble has marred Everton’s Europa League bid.
The Europa League tie between Everton and Hajduk Split was halted by crowd trouble on Thursday night. A group of fans in the away section kicked down advertising hoardings and threw seats towards
Uefa are to look into the crowd trouble which halted Everton’s Europa League play-off match against Hajduk Split. Play was suspended in the 33rd minute after supporters in the away end at Goodison
Everton hold a 2-0 lead in their Europa League qualifying play-off tie against Hajduk Split after a first leg at Goodison Park that had to be temporarily stopped due to crowd trouble in the away