Inter have been fined €15,000 for racist chants against Mario Balotelli, while Sampdoria Coach Delio Rossi received a two-match ban for an insulting gesture towards Roma.
The Lega Serie A announced its disciplinary action today after Serie A Week 24 and Inter President Massimo Moratti had already expressed his dismay at racist chants from supporters aimed at Balotelli, who has joined their arch-rivals Milan.
Juventus and Napoli were also fined €15,000 for racist chants and the use of laser pens from the stands respectively.
Sampdoria Coach Rossi was sent off during a 3-1 win over Roma on Sunday for making a lewd and offensive gesture towards the opposition players. He has been handed a two-match touchline ban.
Roberto Colombo (Napoli)
Davide Astori (Cagliari), Massimo Ambrosini (Milan), Davide Biondini (Atalanta), Giacomo Bonaventura (Atalanta), Daniele Conti (Cagliari), Danilo D’Ambrosio (Torino), Daniele Dessena (Cagliari), Cristian Ledesma (Lazio), Claudio Marchisio (Juventus), Federico Peluso (Juventus), Luca Rigoni (Chievo)
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