Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin has conceded that he would like to see the San Siro full when his side face Milan.
The Rossoneri’s home ground is set to be closed when the Zebrette come to town on October 19 after their fans were found guilty of ‘insulting’ chants.
The Friuli side’s Coach though, hopes that decision is overturned.
“I hope that this decision can be revised,” he told a Press conference. “I will not go in to this issue in detail because it is a complex one.
“But you cannot penalise an entire fan base just because of a few people. You have to make examples of these people, and treat whoever behaved badly as harshly as possible.
“Football is not football without the fans and this ruling is not correct.
“We don’t get any advantage from this situation. I hope the San Siro is full of people when we play there.”
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