Serbian midfielder attacked by fans

Serbian midfielder Nikola Trujic was attacked by his own supporters in the dressing room after his FK Vojvodina side lost a Europa League qualifier earlier this month, according to global players' association FIFPro.
FIFPro also demanded that Uefa open disciplinary proceedings against Vojvodina and their opponents Ruzomberok of Slovakia.
"FIFPro has today made a formal request that Uefa opens disciplinary proceedings against two clubs, FK Vojvodina (Serbia) and MFK Ruzomberok (Slovakia), after FK Vojvodina player Nikola Trujic was attacked at a Uefa Europa League qualifying match," Fifpro said in a statement on Friday.
"Immediately after the July 6 match, in which FK Vojovdina was eliminated from the Uefa Europa League, a group of the Serbian club's supporters was able to gain access to the away team's changing room at MFK Ruzomberok's stadium before intimidating and physically assaulting the player."
The assault happened after the Serbian club lost the second leg of their first-round qualifying tie 2-0 to bow out 3-2 on aggregate.