Croatia charged after fans taunt Canadian World Cup player
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DOHA, Qatar (AP) - A disciplinary case was opened against Croatia on Tuesday at the World Cup after the team's fans mocked a Canadian player with Serbian family ties.
FIFA said the charges against the Croatian Football Federation were "due to the behavior of its fans", citing rules relating to discrimination and safety at matches.
Canadian goalkeeper Milan Borjan was born in an ethnically Serb region of Croatia that was part of the conflict that split the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s. Borjan's family left their hometown when it was taken by Croatian forces in 1995, amid stories of ethnic Serbs fleeing on tractors.
During Canada's 4-1 defeat on Sunday, a banner displayed by Croatian fans showed a flag belonging to tractor manufacturer John Deere and changed the marketing slogan to target Borjan.
Borjan moved to Canada with his family as a child and chose to represent that country despite playing for Serbian club Red Star Belgrade.
FIFA did not set a timeline for a verdict in the case, which would normally be settled with the association fined.
Croatian Football Federation spokesman Tomislav Pacak declined to comment on the specific case, but said the organization "always condemns any kind of racism, any form of discrimination, and we urge fans and every individual not to behave in this way." "
In the first disciplinary judgment of the World Cup, FIFA on Tuesday fined the German Football Association 10,000 Swiss francs ($10,500) for failing to bring players to the mandatory press conference the day before a game.
National coach Hansi Flick appeared alone before the game against Spain on Saturday, violating the tournament rules.
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