UEFA reportedly will not call for an independent inquiry into the treatment Rangers fans received at the Europa League Final in Seville.
There was a furious backlash from punters who travelled to Spain for the game.
Punters claimed there was no water and kiosks were shut despite sweltering temperatures.
There were also claims that items were confiscated by security despite said items being on the list of permitted objects pre-match.
There were said to be complications and issues with the toilets with running water only available in some bathrooms.
And the Light Blues demanded UEFA look into what happened and why.
The Express now report, however, that an inquiry will NOT be undertaken.
“Uefa is in contact with both finalist clubs, as well as with Football Supporters Europe (FSE) and the local authorities to review these issues,” a spokesperson said.
Gers, at the time, released a damning statement criticising the organisation.
“Last Friday, representatives of Eintracht Frankfurt, Rangers FC, and FSE met to debrief and discuss several significant organisational issues during the recent UEFA Europa League final in Sevilla.
“These issues could easily have led to even more severe problems on the night and it was only thanks to the calmness and mutual respect of both sets of fans towards each other that there were not more severe injuries suffered.
“Apart from the severe lack of food and – even more critically in the soaring temperatures – of water, there were several organisational problems around policing, body searches and beyond.
“Both clubs, as well as FSE, received a huge amount of complaints and witness statements from fans present in the stadium.
“All three parties will now work jointly to report back to UEFA and the local public authorities in Spain and will make recommendations to ensure these problems can never occur again at a European final.
“Fans spend a lot of effort, time and money following their teams all over Europe and expect to be treated with respect and dignity while attending football games.
“This expectation was not met at all at the Europa League final in Sevilla last week.”
It comes as an inquiry has been agreed upon for the Champions League Final a few short weeks after the Europa League when Liverpool fans were sprayed with pepper spray in Paris as they waited, with tickets, to be allowed inside the stadium.
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