Cataldi disqualified for blasphemy, fines for Milan, Lazio and Spezia

The Biancoceleste club was sanctioned for insulting local-based chants of its fans, while the Rossoneri club was punished for throwing some bottles on the pitch

The fifth day of the championship ended and the Sports Judge of Lega Serie A, Gerardo Mastrandrea, has granted the measures for the infringements that emerged during the ten games of this weekend. The harshest measure involves the Lazio midfielder Danilo Cataldi, disqualified for one round due to a blasphemous expression in the match against Napoli. Lazio was fined 10 thousand euros for insulting choirs of territorial origin, while iMilan is forced to a fine of 5 thousand euros for the throwing of bottles inside the game enclosure by some fans during the derby.


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In detail, Cataldi was pinched by the collaborators of the Federal Prosecutor “at the end of the match, in the hallway in front of the changing rooms, while he displaced an arbitration decision by uttering, moreover, a blasphemous expression“. The biancoceleste club will also be called upon to pay a fine of 10 thousand euros for the conduct of its fans” to have […] sung three times a insulting chorus of territorial matrix towards the supporters of the opposing team, perceived by all the employees of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office positioned in the various parts of the plant ”. The same amount that he will have to donate Spice β€œTo have his supporters, at the 20th of the second half, intoned a insulting chorus against a player of the opposing team, perceived by all the employees of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office positioned in the various parts of the plant ”. Finally, the appeal is not lacking Milan. The Rossoneri will pay 5 thousand euros “to have his supporters, in the 21st of the first half, three plastic bottles thrown into the playpen; lessened sanction pursuant to art. 29, paragraph 1 letter. b) CGS “.

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