UEFA have rejected Feyenoord's appeal against a £15,000 fine for their fans displaying an offensive banner against Celtic.

The Dutch club were hit with financial punishment for three different incidents in their Champions League game against the Hoops in Rotterdam back in September.

They were fined £23,000 for blocking the stairs and a further £7,000 for pyrotechnics inside their De Kuip stadium.

But European football's governing body also hammered them when their fans displayed a banner that stated 'F*** Celtic'.

Feyenoord accepted the other two fines but appealed against the fine for their banner against the Scottish club, which UEFA decided was a 'challenging message of an offensive nature'.

However, UEFA threw out the appeal and the Dutch club will have to pay all the fines.

Meanwhile, Odsonne Edouard admits his sights were immediately set on the Premier League after joining Celtic.

The Frenchman initially joined the Hoops under Brendan Rodgers in 2017 on a season-long loan from Paris Saint-Germain. His deal was made a permanent one the following summer, with the Hoops forking out around £9m for the striker.

He would make 179 appearances for the Scottish champions, netting 87 times and setting up his teammates on 38 occasions.

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In the summer of 2021, Crystal Palace came calling, as Ange Postecoglou reluctantly let go of Celtic's star man at the time for a fee of around £20m.

It's taken a little while for the 25-year-old to get going south of the border, but he's been in fine form so far this campaign, scoring six goals in 13 top-flight appearances.

And French Eddy has revealed that it was always his goal to become a Premier League player after joining Celtic.

He told FootMercato: “Scotland was different compared to PSG. It’s a big club which at that point needed a striker. They gave me the chance to express myself and get playing time.

“Obviously when you get that playing time you can show what you can do and demonstrate your qualities."