Inter get suspended stand closure for Kessie racist abuse

The Italian soccer federation’s sports choose aforementioned 3 officers in several components of the construction doubly detected the “racist chants” directed at Kessie once seven and thirty-nine minutes from Inter’s Curva Nord (north stand) at the San Siro.

The FIGC aforementioned the penalization was suspended for a year “with the warning that if throughout this era an identical violation is going to be committed, the suspension is going to be revoked and therefore the sanction is going to be accessorial thereto obligatory for the new violation”.

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Inter were forced to play 2 games behind closed doors earlier this year once Naples defender Kalidou Koulibaly was targeted by monkey noises and racist chants throughout a Serie A match on December 26.

Inter coach Luciano Spalletti conjointly received a warning once he was sent to the stands for dissent throughout his side’s 3-2 win that affected them to 3rd in Serie A at the expense of urban center United Nations agency born to fourth.

AC Milan, meanwhile, were penalized 10, 000 euros ($11,354) once a potentially-dangerous blunt object was thrown onto the pitch.

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Torino’s Nigerian wing-back writing paper Aina was abused with a three-game ban and penalized, 10,000 euros, for his “intimidating angle towards the referee” throughout his side’s 3-2 defeat by Bologna.

The on-loan Chelsea player was sent off in accessorial time by referee Maurizio Mariani once learning his second booking.

“Sorry for the defeat and for the red card, we have a tendency to learn and progress,” Aina announce on Instagram.

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Parma coach Roberto D’Aversa was penalized 5,000 euros for “blatantly criticizing the work of VAR” during a 4-1 defeat by Lazio.

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