PRAGUE -- Two clubs in the top Czech division have been fined by the country's football federation for anti-Islam messages held up by their fans.
The federation's disciplinary committee said in a statement Thursday it fined champion Viktoria Plzen and Jablonec 100,000 koruna ($4,110) each.
In a match against Bohemians Prague 1905, Jablonec fans unveiled a huge poster with a female figure called "Europe" kicking a pig wearing a turban. Police also have been investigating the case.
The fans said they...