Lazio President Claudio Lotito has claimed that Italy should look to England in order to end the problem of racial discrimination.
The Biancocelesti have had to play a number of games behind closed doors in recent seasons because of racial abuse from fans.
Whilst Milan will play their match against Udinese next week at an empty San Siro following an FIGC decision to close the ground after territorial discrimination from the Rossoneri tifosi.
And the capital club’s chief has insisted that Serie A has to look to England in how to punish supporters.
“Should a team pay for a few individuals” he asked Lazio News 24. “I represent Lazio, which stands against racist chanting.
“The English have it right – they identify an individual [and if found guilty] they are punished.”
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