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UEFA will announce later today whether or not Milan's number one will have to serve a ban or just pay a hefty fine after his controversial substitution against Celtic last Wednesday.
UEFA opened up investigations following the incident at Celtic Park where a fan ran onto the field, to celebrate Celtic's winner, where he tapped Dida on the cheek. Dida turned around to run after the fan but collapsed a few seconds later with his hand to his head. The rossoneri medical staff stretchered him off the field where has was replaced by Kalac for the last two minutes of the game.
Galliani decided that Milan would not take action against Celtic and Dida was not going to press charges against the Celtic supporter. However, Celtic took action into their own hands and handed him a life-long ban from seeing any Celtic games.
UEFA have been viewing the scenario from different TV angles to see if Dida has gone against the rule of Sportsmanship in Article 5 of UEFA's rules. The verdict is expected at about 4pm today and more news will come once the verdict has been made.