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Martin O’Neill and Aston Villa make the trip to Bulgaria this Thursday as they continue their UEFA Cup campaign against Litex Lovech.

Supporters of Roma, Juventus, Napoli and Atalanta have been barred from travelling to forthcoming Serie A matches as the Italian authorities bid to eradicate the scourge of hooliganism from the game.

Roma fans cannot attend the Genoa match on 24th September, while Atalanta supporters will be unable to go to the Roma game at Stadio Olimpico four days later.

Napoli fans, who wrecked a train en route to their opening game against Roma, cannot watch their side at Bologna on 28th September and Juventus fans have been banned from attending the match at Cagliari.

The committee also ruled that supporters will only be allowed to buy a single ticket for the Milan derby on 28th September.

Martin O’Neill and Aston Villa make the trip to Bulgaria this Thursday as they continue their UEFA Cup campaign against Litex Lovech.

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