Date: 28th August 2014 at 2:28am
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Legia Warsaw chairman Dariusz Mioduski believes justice was done following Celtic’s midweek exit from the Champions League.

“I thought they would get their house in order and they would be able to get through against Maribor” – Dariusz Mioduski

The Scottish champions were only reinstated into the competition after the Poles used an ineligible player during
their 6-1 aggregate victory.

However, that reprieve didn’t last for too long as Slovenian opponents Maribor then defeated Celtic 2-1 over two games.

“The team that didn’t deserve to be there because they didn’t win on the pitch finally will not be there,” Mioduski told BBC Radio Scotland. “Not surprisingly, the general feeling – I don’t think only in my head but generally in Poland – is that life writes its own story and the story here was about a little bit of justice on the field.

“Even though I feel for the Celtic fans, who had a second chance, I think there is a little bit of truth to the fact that justice was served,” he added. “I expected Celtic to go through. I thought they would get their house in order and they would be able to get through against Maribor so it was a surprise.”

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