The irresponsible behaviour from the football fanatics is meeting no end – spanning from Italy to Germany and from Europe to Spain, this gremlin has left its footprints everywhere – tarnishing the tranquility of the beautiful game. The Spanish Football Federation has imposed a three-match stadium ban on Real Betis – following their fans reckless behaviour that saw Sevilla Coach Jaunde Ramos hit with a filled bottle thrown onfield from the crowed (leaving the coach unconscious), during the Copa del Ray quarter-final 2nd leg game at the Ruiz de Lopera stadium. RFEF considers it a "very serious" offence has meted out the following ruling for Real Betis: Match that Sevilla was leading 1-0, remained suspended after the incident in the 57th minute – the remainder of the game will be played but on a neutral venue at the Getaffe stadium on March 20. Further, Betis’ Ruiz de Lopera stadium will conduct three matches behind closed doors. However, Betis feel they are dealt harshly and will appeal the three-match ban imposed on their stadium. Reasons for appealing: Betis do not feel the offence was "very serious." If this ain’t serious enough then what is (do you want to repeat Italy)? Common guys it’s high time that we realize with such acts of Hoodlumism we are doing no justice to the sport. Betis is perplexed over why the remainder of the game needs to be played on a neutral venue – I find this query outrageous, in interest of the game the decision is appropriate, when the team failed to control its fans once what assurance is to the fact it wouldn’t be repeated. Or if the game is played at their home ground – it will be without any fans, is that better to the preceding option… at least I don’t think. Effect: Spanish federation has viewer ship the world over and such wild manners have just ruined the image – Real Betis is fortunate enough to get away with only this… according to me the club should have been imposed with some economic sanctions as well. Its time that these untamed animals are kept out of the arena – some serious measures need to be deployed – and soon.