ABERDEEN and St Johnstone have been fined by UEFA due to the misbehaviour of supporters in their respective Europa Conference League play-off ties.
The Dons were drawn alongside Azerbaijan’s Qarabag in the final round of qualifying, suffering a 1-0 defeat in Baku before losing the reverse fixture 3-1 at home a week later.
UEFA have since charged Aberdeen for a pitch invasion from the match at Pittodrie and have ordered the Premiership club to pay a £4300 fine.
St Johnstone, meanwhile, face a fine of £1900 after European football’s governing body for objects thrown onto the pitch in the second leg of their tie with LASK.
The Austrians won 3-1 on aggregate, including a 2-0 victory at McDiarmid Park where Saints midfielder David Wotherspoon was sent off less than 60 seconds after coming off the bench as a substitute.
The 31-year-old has subsequently been handed a three-match ban by UEFA “for assaulting another player” after he received a straight red card for elbowing LASK’s Florian Flecker.