International media on Legia Warsaw
World Soccer: UEFA doesn't have a Legia to stand on after Polish blunder
The crimes must also be met with fair punishment - and too often they are not.
A clear example of crass injustice was the expulsion of Legia Warsaw from the Champions League after they had crashed Celtic 6-1 in a third-round qualifying tie.
The decision by UEFA's intransigent disciplinary committee offended against natural justice; a deeply unfair and excessive sanction that should have been withdrawn and the relevant section of the UEFA rulebook redrafted. (...)
UEFA should understand it didn't have to be that way. The could allow themselves some leeway on sanctions so that a minor case like Legia's receives an appropriate punishment and matches are settled where they ought to be - on the field.
The Herald: Berg furious as Legia vow to appeal Celtic decision
Henning Berg has accused UEFA of destroying everything they claim to stand for by reinstating Celtic in the Champions League qualifying stage and believes his directors at Legia Warsaw will take their appeal against the decision to the highest level possible. (...)
Berg certainly cannot believe his team have been ejected from the tournament and denied a multi-million pound payday because of what he regards as little more than a simple, clerical error. "UEFA are very quick to fly the Fair Play flag, but, now they are doing the opposite," stated the former Rangers defender. (...)
"The mistake our administration made is that he was not listed among the 25 names for the game against St. Patrick's. This little technical mistake with him not being on this paper without even playing has taken away our chance of getting into the Champions League, which would have been a dream for this club and these players who have worked so hard."
The Independent: Celtic face appeal as Legia hit out at Uefa's unfair ban
Legia official Dominik Ebebenge said the club would appeal, and blamed human error for failing to register the player in question for previous qualifying games, meaning those matches did not count toward his three-game suspension.
"The proportion between the error and the consequences is unimaginable," Ebebenge said after receiving Uefa's verdict one hour before yesterday's draw for the Champions League play-offs. "The spirits of the players are broken."
The Journal: Celtic-Legia debacle highlights UEFA's ridiculous double standards
A serious discrepancy in UEFA's rule-making has now also been exposed. In a similar instance in 2010, Debrecen retained their place in the Europa League after fielding an ineligible player player late on in a tie.
On that occasion, the organisation said that the change had no impact on the tie and that Debrecen had "no interest in fielding this player for the three last minutes of additional time, when the score was co clearly in its favour."
While the two incidents are very similar, they are not entirely identical. (...) Yet the fact that the organisation have scope to apply common sense in one scenario and not in another lends a whole extra dimension of farce to proceedings.
Such standards should surely be applied at all times or never, yet for UEFA to pick and choose when they apply these strict measures constitutes a level of ineptitude worthy of Legia's initial catastrophic oversight.
Ultimately therefore, this is a sad and embarrassing incident for football (...).
The Times: Champions League reprieve for Celtic proves there is no substitute for good luck
If you cannot be good, be lucky. Celtic took the advice to heart when they were controversially reinstated to the Champions League and drawn to play against Maribor, of Slovenia, in the play-off round.
Legia Warsaw were kicked out of the competition, despite their 6-1 aggregate victory over Celtic in the third qualifying round, for fielding an ineligible player in the tie.
"This is as expected. When UEFA refused a quick handling of the case as it stood, we saw that it was most likely that we would not be successful," Berg told Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet.
Legia Warsaw have had their appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport to be reinstated to the Champions League qualifiers rejected.
Legia Warsaw have had their move to be reinstated in the qualifying rounds of the Champions League at the expense of Celtic rejected.The Polish champions had taken their case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport just after becoming expelled from the competition...
CELTIC will compete in the Champions League play-offs after the Court of Arbitration for Sport rejected Legia Warsaw's bid to be provisionally reinstated - but the Polish club have vowed to fight on.
Daily Record: Celtic confirmed back in Champions League as Legia Warsaw lose final appeal in Court of Arbitration
CELTIC'S place in the Champions League has been confirmed as Legia Warsaw lost their final appeal this afternoon.
Legia Warsaw's appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against expulsion from the Champions League has been rejected, and Celtic will keep its place in the league’s playoff round, the court announced Monday.
Legia Warsaw will find out tomorrow if they will be reinstated into the Champions League at Celtic’s expense when the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) rules on the case.
Legia Warsaw have mounted a last-gasp bid to overturn their elimination from the Champions League and reclaim the play-off place that was handed to Celtic.
Legia Warsaw are "disappointed" Uefa did not support an expedited Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) ruling over their Champions League punishment.
Legia Warsaw have submitted their appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) after losing their Champions League place to Celtic.
Daily Mail: Celtic sweat on Champions League fate after Court of Arbitration for Sport agree to hear Legia Warsaw's case
Celtic face an anxious wait to discover if their Champions League play-off clash with Maribor will go ahead next week after it emerged the Court for Arbitration for Sport will now hear Legia Warsaw’s case on Monday.
Polish champions Legia Warsaw have appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) against the forfeit which led to them being eliminated from the Champions League despite beating Celtic 6-1 on aggregate.
More confusion surrounds Legia Warsaw's bid to win their Champions League place back from Celtic after their chairman claimed UEFA had denied them the chance of a swift hearing at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
“It’s a grand old team to play for,” begins the famous theme song which has been heard at Celtic Park for more than 50 years; after the events of the past 10 days, few could argue otherwise. Where else could players lose home and away, going down 6-1 on aggregate, and still pick up a win bonus? It’s a grand old team bedad.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport will hear Legia Warsaw's appeal against Champions League exclusion on Monday.
Legia Warsaw have submitted a last-gasp appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after losing their Champions League place to Celtic.
Legia Warsaw has filed an urgent appeal with sport's highest court to be reinstated in the Champions League playoff round next week.
Legia Warsaw will turn to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in a latest bid to keep their UEFA Champions League campaign alive.
Legia Warsaw's press release on the appeal to CAS
Legia Warsaw informs that today the appeal against the decision of UEFA Appeals Body (13/08/2014) has been issued to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), as well as the request for provisional measure: temporary reinstation of Legia to the UEFA Champions League play-off round.
Standing against UEFA has never been our aim, we wanted to oppose against the regulations which are obviously against the fair-play and the spirit of sport - claims Dariusz Mioduski, the Chariman of Legia Warsaw. - Therefore we are surprised and disappointed with UEFA decision not to support our application for fast-track procedure at CAS, despite we have been promised so.
Fast-track procedure at CAS could let issue a final verdict next Monday, before the first matches of UCL and UEFA Europa League play-off matches. Now the final decision of CAS is expected within the regular period of three months. Under these surprising circumstances of UEFA decision's change, the Club has applied to the CAS for the provisional measure mentioned above.
We have asked CAS to suspend the 0:3 forfeit until the final decision, accept on-the-pitch result and reinstate our Club to the UCL play-off round - explains Mioduski. - We are aware that making such a heavy decision requires not only a strong conviction about Legia's legitimacy and chanse for final success, but courage as well. We believe that CAS will investigate the case mainly on the level of rationality and proportionality of the decisions of UEFA disciplinary body and the spirit of the game. We still hope that finally football and fair-play will win.
CAS should decide on Monday. Regrardless this verdict, the coach and players are focused on their duties. The team is mentally very strong - our today's victory over Jagiellonia proved that. We are currently preparing for the match against Aktobe - says Bogusław Leśnodorski, President of Legia's Board.
The Club informs that the decision of CAS made on Monday will be announced by another release, as well as Legia's next steps.
International media on UEFA's rejecting Legia's appeal
The Celebrity Cafe: Glasgow Celtic remain in Champions League after UEFA rejects Legia Warsaw's appeal
Legia lost their appeal to be reinstated into the Champions League after feilding an illegal player cost them their spot
Celtic will participate in the Champions League play-off round after Legia Warsaw’s appeal against UEFA sanctions failed.
Legia hoped that UEFA would show leniency and put “football first” prior to their hearing with representatives of the governing body, which took place Wednesday. However, it has officially been confirmed that UEFA have turned down the appeal.
MORE confusion surrounds Legia Warsaw’s bid to win their Champions League place back from Celtic after their chairman claimed UEFA had denied them the chance of a swift hearing at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Celtic could face more European uncertainty despite Legia Warsaw’s failure to persuade Uefa to overturn their effective expulsion from the Champions League.
LEGIA Warsaw will fight the decision to exclude them from the Champions League, with Celtic now scheduled to face Maribor of Slovenia in the play-off round next week.
Celtic held on to their controversial Champions League berth on Thursday, as UEFA rejected an appeal from Legia Warsaw over their dramatic exit from the competition.
Legia Warsaw have mounted a last-gasp bid to overturn their elimination from the Champions League and reclaim the play-off place that was handed to Celtic.
Daily Mail: Legia Warsaw owner claims he would have handed tie to Celtic after UEFA turn down club's Champions League appeal
Legia Warsaw owner claims if roles were reversed he would have handed tie to Celtic after UEFA turn down club's Champions League appeal.
Legia Warsaw appeal against their Champions League ejection for fielding an ineligible player has been turned down, the ruling body UEFA said Thursday.
Polish champions Legia Warsaw have lost an appeal to UEFA against their elimination from the Champions League after they fielded a suspended player against Celtic, the club`s co-owner Dariusz Mioduski said on Thursday.
Legia's statement on the UEFA's decision
Legia Warsaw informs, that the UEFA Appeals Body, second instance disciplinary body, has rejected Club's appeal for the 0:3 forfeit second leg match of third round of Champions League qualifications.
Till the last moment we hoped that the spirit of sport wins, we find the decision extremely unfair - says Dariusz Mioduski, Legia's Chairman - However we expected that decision and were prepared for it. We are to appeal to the CAS promptly. We will use the full appeal procedure, in order to get back our result that was fairly gained on the pitch. We will certainly fully subordinate to the final verdict. But I still hope that football will win, as well as the values it is based on: fair-play and respect to the on-the-pitch result.
- We hope that CAS will judge our case as soon as possible - says Bogusław Leśnodorski, President of Legia's Board - We don't give up and keep fighting. Our lawyers are now working hard on the case, while the team prepares for the forthcoming matches. We aim high as always.
The Club will keep everyone updated about the following steps. No further comments on the decision of UEFA Appeals Body will be released at this moment.
Comment made by Legia's Chairman Dariusz Mioduski:
Unfortunately for now football is not winning… We are going to CAS.— Dariusz Mioduski (@DariuszMioduski) sierpień 14, 2014
Legia's press release on the UEFA Appeals Body hearing from 13th August
The meeting of the UEFA Appeal Body was held in the morning, with Legia Warszawa co-owner Dariusz Mioduski and his associates present. The atmosphere during the meeting was fully professional and the Club’s representatives were granted the possibility to thoroughly present their stand on the issue. The decision of the UEFA Appeal Body is to be announced in the evening or tomorrow morning.
Legia Warszawa would like to thank the UEFA disciplinary bodies for the prompt organisation of the appeal procedure. At the same time, we would like to inform you that until the official decision of the UEFA Appeal Body is announced the Club will not issue any further communication.
An open letter from Legia Warszawa
Football is our common passion. We are deeply convinced this beautiful game should be based on universal values – shared by everyone who enters the pitch to compete for victory. Those values, widely accept by the entire European football family, are: football first, fair play and respect.
Over previous days we have been closely following the decisions of European football authorities. We believe the most crucial element of the game is the result settled in honest and fair competition on the pitch, as highlighted in the UEFA values: “Football First”! We are responsible for the fate of the game and we should all feel obliged to protect the beautiful football heritage based on these superior values for the generations to come.
We all hope that all decisions made over next days and forever after will respect the spirit of the game that begins and ends on the pitch. Join us if you support football united around the idea of fair play, respect and sports competition.
Legia's statement on the possibility of appeal
We understand that acting under the pressure of time and circumstances, the Chairman of the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body literally applied Art. 21.02 of the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations. Meanwhile, we wish to express our faith that the UEFA Appeal Body will explore the following possibilities:
1) On the basis of Art. 17.01 and Art. 17.02 of the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations the disciplinary body determines the type and extent of the disciplinary measure in accordance with the objective and subjective aspects of the offence; in cases where all aspects of the offence have been revealed by the party charged and after taking into account both aggravating and mitigating circumstances, it may scale down the disciplinary measure or even nullify it altogether.
2) On the basis of Art. 20.01 of the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations the ruled disciplinary measure (match forfeited 0:3 in favour for Celtic FC) may be suspended.
Meanwhile, we wish to inform that the abovementioned argumentation will be used by the Club at every stage of the appeal process.
Dariusz Mioduski's letter to Celtic F.C.
Celtic FC is one of the European football legends, a Club with a remarkable heritage, that has contributed to the history of the world's most beautiful game. This legend is based not only on the great on-the-field successes, but also on determination and attachment to values such as honesty and honour. The successive generations of wonderful, devoted fans of "The Bhoys" glorify their Club all around the world. Thanks to that, for many reasons Celtic FC has been our role model.
Legia Warsaw is also a Club with strong character and a brave heart. Our history is not as long or successful, however we can proudly look both back and ahead. Almost 100 years of our difficult history, inseparably bound with the tough fate of Poland and the city of Warsaw, prove one certain thing - we never give up and value honour the most.
Double victory over Celtic FC in the third qualification round of the UEFA Champions League, firmly but fairly gained on the pitch, was a big success for us. It led us closer to the big dream of the entire generation of our fans: to reach the group stage of the UCL for the first time in 19 years. We found it deeply unfair and contradictory to the fair-play rules to see our dreams shattered by the last 4 minutes of the already decided second leg match, when Bartosz Bereszynski was brought on the pitch. Our player had served the full sentence and intentionally missed first three matches in the UCL qualifications this season.
Celtic FC went down in the history with one of the most beautiful stories of European football in 1967, after beating mighty Inter Milan managed by Helenio Herrera in the European Cup final. Could you imagine Jock Stein and Billy McNeill deprived of the chance to achieve the biggest triumph in their career by an application form, filled improperly by the Club employee acting in good faith? Would any true legend of Celtic FC accept the qualification won despite the double defeat suffered on the pitch? I am strongly convinced, that their legendary Celtic pride would not allow them to do that. How could they then look in the eyes of their humiliated fans?
I therefore call on you to refer to your best traditions of honour and honesty, that your famous Club has been known for during last 126 years. Do not destroy the beautiful legacy, that you inherited from the past generations of "The Bhoys". I call you to act according to the spirit of the game and the rules of fair play - to issue a joint statement to the UEFA disciplinary bodies. Let's meet in Warsaw or Glasgow and settle this matter honourably.
Willie Maley, the legendary manager of Celtic FC, once said, that in your stadium "a man is judged by his football alone". Only you can decide whether this noble credo will be replaced by an opportunistic use of legal loopholes.
Many Celtic FC fans bear the "Keep the Faith!" motto on their flags, jerseys, tattoos and in their hearts. I will be thinking about it while awaiting your answer.
Dariusz Mioduski, Chairman
Bogusław Leśnodorski's letter to UEFA
With reference to a decision taken on 8th August, 2014, by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body resulting in the exclusion of our Club from the play-off round of the Champions League competition, taken despite the fact that we secured our qualification on the football pitch, we expect to receive immediate written justification of the decision.
In order to seek justice and adherence to the Fair Play principle, we are forced to resort to the appeal procedures. One of the requirements of the appeal is that we are obliged to obtain written justification of the decision given by The UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body. Although regulations do not specify precise deadlines within which the Body is obligated to provide such justification, we strongly believe it will be handed over to us immediately, allowing us to pursue the path of appeal before the commencement of the Champions League play-off round.
When our Club was duly informed, on 7th August 2014, about a disciplinary action initiated against us, without any delay we responded with a declaration of readiness to actively participate in the proceedings, as one of the parties involved, and prepared comprehensive explanations, which were passed over to the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body. The entire documentation, attachments and translations of the necessary documents have been submitted to UEFA within 16 hours since the receipt of the information concerning initiation of the disciplinary action. On the day when the verdict was announced, that is on 8th August, 2014, the Club's President, accompanied by other representatives of the Club, was present in the UEFA Nyon offices, prepared to provide further explanatory statements and present the Club's official position in the matter in question. Unfortunately, despite prior assurances from the UEFA representatives regarding our presence in the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body proceedings, we were denied such right. In our opinion, the unprecedented character of the case called for our presence, according to Art. 51 point 2 of the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations. After the proceedings have been concluded, the Chairman of the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body, who was fully aware of our presence in the UEFA offices, did not even pass the decision to us directly. We were appalled by this behavior and felt both discriminated and disregarded in this extraordinary situation.
We would like to believe that values laid out in the UEFA "Eleven Values", especially the Fair Play principle, in which the European football family believe (and so do we, as we consider ourselvesas a part of that community), shall always be respected. We are deeply convinced that the final result of the match, achieved in a fair way on the pitch, should prevail. Our belief has been strongly reinforced these days by the reaction of the European football community who, in their entirety, are outraged by this attempt to negate an unquestionable victory on the pitch by means of a verdict that stands in clear juxtaposition with the spirit of Fair Playcompetition.
We are fully aware that the situation we all face is both unprecedented and extraordinary. We understand that the disciplinary UEFA body worked under the pressure of time and circumstances. Yet, we are deeply convinced that an immediate and thorough investigation by The UEFA Appeals Body will result in a verdict that adheres to the principle of proportionality and, consequently, will strengthen millions of football fans in their belief that our beautiful game is fair and free of any suspicion.
Hoping that football, Fair Play, and true sportsmanship shall prevail in the end,
Bogusław Leśnodorski, President of the Management Board.
International media about the Legia vs Celtic case
Legia Warsaw have outlined their grounds of appeal against their banishment from the Champions League and Celtic's resulting reinstatement.
When Michel Platini campaigned for the highest office of European soccer seven years ago, he vowed to make players more important to the sport than administrators.
In many ways, Platini delivered on that promise. But unless UEFA now reverses a decision made a few days ago, the notion of fair play on the field is discredited even before the new Champions League season fully begins.
Inside World Football: Why doing the right thing over Legia might be in Celtic's long term interests
I am surely not alone in thinking both a) that it was the correct decision for UEFA to make, but b) that, in this particular case, the punishment seems disproportionate given the circumstances of the tie. I had therefore come around to the view that Celtic ought to contact UEFA to politely decline the second chance they had been handed, while harbouring few illusions about the prospects of this actually happening.
Mioduski has a way with words and a passion for rhetoric, but he also has a point: if Uefa are bound by their rulebook, perhaps Celtic should do the honourable thing and let the better team go through. Celtic were given a chance to go against their own interests and enhance their reputation, but instead they passed the buck back to Uefa, saying they were “disappointed by Legia Warsaw’s comments” and that the matter is “entirely a matter for Uefa and its processes”.
Daily Star: Hey, Celtic - we just want to talk about it! Legia Warsaw plead with Scots over Euro exit
Scotland's champions lost 6-1 on aggregate against Legia but regained their tournament place when the Poles were thrown out for including an ineligible sub for four minutes of the second leg.
Legia have appealed to UEFA and if that fails they plan to go to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Season after season I’d watched different Polish champions be defeated by stronger opposition, and I expected it to happen again. To my surprise, Legia defeated Celtic 4-1 in the first leg. In the second leg I thought it would be more difficult. I was even fearful that 4-1 might not be enough. I could see Celtic managing a 3-0 win [the irony], yet Legia won again, 2-0, and there was no doubt who the better side was over the two games.
Legia Warsaw have appealed to Celtic to let the two sides decide Champions League progression after the Polish side’s bureaucratic error of fielding an ineligible during a match between the two sides led to their ouster from the competition.
Legia Warsaw remain furious over their Champions League exit but are still optimistic of being reinstated as they continue to chase Celtic to agree to talks for a resolution.
Polish sources said Legia were happy to have a meeting with Celtic officials in Glasgow or Warsaw to discuss the matter but were not suggesting a one-off match. The club have accused Celtic of ignoring their telephone calls and emails.
Celtic were awarded a 3-0 win, meaning they went through on away goals after a 4-4 draw and were drawn against Slovenian side Maribor in the Champions League play-off, with the Warsaw club dropping into the Europa League.
Legia Warsaw have issued an open letter to Celtic requesting a "meeting" to decide which side should progress to the Champions League play-off round.
The Polish side sealed a 6-1 aggregate win in the third qualifying round but were punished for fielding an ineligible player.
Celtic were beaten 6-1 on aggregate in the third qualifying round but, because the Polish champions fielded the ineligible Bartosz Bereszynski as a substitute in the second leg, Ronny Deila’s side were handed a 3-0 walkover win and therefore progressed on away goals.
Daily Mail: Celtic 'ignored calls and emails' that could have let Legia Warsaw keep Champions League place, says Polish football chief
Celtic were gifted a place in the play-off round of Europe's top tier competition despite losing 6-1 on aggregate to Legia in the third qualifying round - courtesy of an admin mistake with the victors bringing on an ineligible player.
Legia were stripped of their Champions League status and Polish FA chairman Zbigniew Boniek claims Celtic were unreachable as the saga unravelled, with calls and emails that could have seen their opponents put through ignored.
Daily Record: Celtic accused of behaviour 'not befitting a great club' and blanking calls for leniency for Legia Warsaw in the wake of Champions League exit
POLISH football great Zbigniew Boniek has revealed how the club attempted to contact Celtic in an attempt to persuade them to accept a reduced punishment from UEFA after Legia fielded an ineligible player.
A phone interview with Dariusz Mioduski, Legia's owner.
Polish fans` reactions range from criticism of the club`s incompetence to an attack on UEFA`s strictness, accusing the organisation of discrimination. In a similar case four years ago, Hungarian club Debrecen were simply fined 15,000 euros.
Celtic has rejected a plea by Legia Warsaw to give up its place in the Champions League playoffs in favor of the Polish team.
DARIUSZ DZIEKANOWSKI has launched a blistering assault on his former club Celtic by branding them "the laughing stock of world football" and insisting they will only go on to shame themselves on the field again should they be given the green light to remain in the Champions League.
UEFA ha sancionado al club polaco con la derrota por 3-0 en el partido de vuelta (el resultado previo de la sanción fue 0-2) y ese resultado clasifica al conjunto escocés que perdió 4-1 en Polonia, y que, por goal average, consigue clasificarse para la siguiente ronda de la Champions.
Bartosz Bereszynski foi suspenso por três jogos e o Legia considerou que o jogador tinha cumprido o castigo nos encontros da segunda pré-eliminatória, frente o St Patrick's, e na primeira mão da ronda com o Celtic, mas o Comité de Controlo e Disciplina da UEFA entende que, como o jogador não estava inscrito na altura dos encontros com os irlandeses, ainda tinha duas partidas por cumprir.
Os polacos do Légia de Varsóvia apresentaram recurso da decisão da UEFA de os afastar da Liga dos Campeões de futebol, entregando a vaga ao Celtic de Glasgow.
A maior surpresa do sorteio foi a aparição do Celitc entre os classificados. A equipe da Escócia perdeu os dois jogos para o Légia Varsóvia, da Polônia, mas herdou a vaga após o time polonês ter colocado em campo o zagueiro Bartosz Bereszynski, que estava suspenso e não poderia jogar. O curioso é que o atleta jogou apenas os dois últimos minutos da segunda partida.
If @celticfc simply say "thems the rules, sorry" after a 6-1 shellacking, it will do really damage to the club and its reputation abroad.— James Montague (@JamesPiotr) August 11, 2014
Legia Warsaw ask Celtic to meet in Warsaw or Glasgow to decide who should compete in the Champions League. More soon. pic.twitter.com/JVPYFzxYAj— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) sierpień 10, 2014
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