Rangers fans banned by UEFA
UEFA have imposed a two-match away ban - one of which is suspended - on Rangers fans after the club were found guilty of charges relating to discriminatory behaviour by their supporters.
The Scottish champions were also fined €40,000 (£35,558) by UEFA's control and disciplinary body as a result of the actions of fans at the away leg of the Europa League tie against PSV Eindhoven.
"Following a charge of discriminatory behaviour at the first leg away to PSV on 10 March, Rangers have been fined 40,000 euros," UEFA said. "The club is also restricted from selling any tickets to its supporters for two away matches in UEFA club competition."
"This ban applies to Rangers' next away match and is suspended for the second away match for a probationary period of three years," UEFA added.
Rangers were also fined the same amount and ordered to play their next home UEFA match behind closed doors for the same offence in the home leg, although that sanction was also deferred for a probationary period of three years.