Tuesday November 20 2012
Inter hit by Cassano ban

As was being speculated, Inter’s Antonio Cassano has been handed a two-match ban for his behaviour after the draw with Cagliari.

The Italian cursed match officials in the tunnel at the end of a game in which the Beneamata felt they deserved a late penalty.

For his use of foul and abusive language, the former Milan man will now miss the games against Parma and Palermo.

Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni has also been given a one-match touchline ban after he was dismissed on Sunday. Juventus assistant Massimo Carrera has been handed a 90-minute stop too.

Meanwhile, 15 other players have been suspended for next weekend’s games.

They are: Barreto (Palermo), Capuano (Pescara), Cigarini (Atalanta), Labrin (Palermo), Taider (Bologna), Ujkani (Palermo), Zanon (Pescara), Gargano (Inter), Cavani (Napoli), Parolo (Parma), Hetemaj (Chievo), Cascione (Pescara), Pizarro (Fiorentina), Sardo (Chievo), Astori (Cagliari).

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