AS Roma is paying the price, along with its owner James Pallotta.
The Giallorossi have been fined €19,000 and Pallotta has been banned from attending any UEFA game for three months due to poor conduct during last season's Champions League.
Both punishments stem from the semi-final defeat against Liverpool. Pallotta called the officiating in that tie "a joke" and later claimed he was "dying of laughter" at his charge of improper conduct.
Meanwhile, BBC Sport reports the club itself was charged over indiscretions such as a blocked stairway and allowing fans to set off fireworks at Stadio Olimpico on May 2 during the second leg.
Roma has already been fined €50,000 and its supporters were banned for one European away game after violent conduct during the first leg at Anfield.
The club will enter the Champions League at the group stage this season after finishing third in Serie A last term.
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