Tare and Vagnati face sanctions after Lazio vs. Torino

by | May 19, 2021 14:32

Lazio sporting director Igli Tare was fined €5,000 for ‘confronting with threatening manners’ referee Michael Fabbri, while Torino director Davide Vagnati has been suspended.

There was tension at the end of the Olimpico fixture that saw the Granata gain a decisive point for their Serie A survival on Tuesday.

Lazio sporting director Igli Tare was fined €5,000 for ‘confronting with threatening manners’ referee Michael Fabbri, while Torino director Davide Vagnati has been suspended.

There was tension at the end of the Olimpico fixture that saw the Granata gain a decisive point for their Serie A survival on Tuesday.

After the game, Ciro Immobile released a furious statement accusing Torino President Urbano Cairo of ‘serious, defamatory insults’ with the Granata patron who hit back at his former striker in the morning.

The clubs’ directors argued in the stands during the game and their representatives have faced sanctions.

Igli Tare has been fined €5,000 and received a ban from every activity within the FIGC.

Furthermore, it will be prohibited for him to represent Lazio at a federal level until May 31.

The Lazio director ‘tried to confront the referee in the tunnel using threatening manners,’ the Sporting Judge claimed after reading the report from the referee.

Tare also ‘repeatedly insulted the match official,’ the Sporting Judge wrote.

His Torino counterpart Davide Vagnati has been suspended until May 24 for blasphemy.

Lazio players Andreas Pereira, Luiz Felipe and Luis Alberto will miss the last Serie A game of the season, having received their 5th yellow card this season.

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