Scotland will apparently discover on May 21st if their way to Euro 2016 qualifier in Georgia is going to be played behind closed doors. This is certainly a great loss for the team, playing a match without the support of their fans by the side of the pitch. EUFA will meet in April to determine whether the Georgian Football Federation, also known as GFF, will face sanctions or not following the crowd disturbances during match at the weekend. The play was halted twice when the team got defeated by 2-0 against Germany in Tbilisi last Sunday when their supporters strived to invade the pitch. The cases against two other group D sires, in whih Poland and the Republic of Ireland, will also be talked over at the meeting by EUFA. The football association of Ireland is demanded to answer charges of illegal and improper conduct after the side of Martin O’Neill received a number of yellow cards. Martin O’Neill’s side were given five yellow cards in Sunday’s 1-1 draw against Poland.
What makes the issue even more overwhelming is that the Polish Football Federation have been cited after they have visited the supporters were found guilty due to the accusation of setting off the fireworks as well as throwing of objects during the last match at the Aviva Stadium.
Georgia’s next home game is going to be against Gordo Strachan’s Scotland in September. The sides have been paired up already during the group phase in which both sides battled in Group D. this was the group where a deflected Shaum Maloney shot bestowed Scotland side with a 1-0 victory at Ibrox last October. With all the issues tainting the journey in Euro, Scotland apparently has been appearing outstanding in the previous matches they were involved in. Scotland kept their qualifying expectations and fans’ hopes alive through a fascinating win by a 1-6 win against Gilbraltar on Sunday. All the previous results that the team achieved makes them remain at the third position on 10 points alongside the world Champion, Germany. Of course, with Germany being in the group, there is going to be lots of challenges for Scotland. The forthcoming match that Scotland has to endure is the game against the Republic of Ireland in Dublin in June this year prior to the trip to Georgia. This being said, the squad is certainly striving to keep their great record in the competition to assure their way to Euro.