Bologna supporters have written an open letter to club owner Sergio Porcedda telling him that he isn't welcome in the city or at the Renato Dall'Ara.
Porcedda has been under constant fire since he acquired Bologna in the summer.
Bologna were asked to appear before the FIGC's federal magistrate yesterday after wages for May and June weren't paid.
The Menarini family, who sold their stake in the club to Porcedda, also claim they are entitled to outstanding monies.
Bologna now risk incurring a three-point penalty for not getting their house in order.
It's not the first time Porcedda's financial clout has been scrutinised this season and Bologna fans have had enough.
"Following what has happened in the last few hours damaging our beloved Bologna, the groups of the Curva Andrea Costa demand that Mr Porcedda does not appear in Bologna or at the Dall'Ara anymore.
"Starting from the home game against Chievo, we ask that the person we already consider to be our ex-President never puts a foot in our stadium again."
"Whoever betrays our trust is finished to us forever."
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