Roma and Torino reportedly risk punishment from the authorities for discriminatory chants heard over during Week 28’s fixtures.
The Giallorossi only just welcomed back their supporters to the Curve behind each goal for yesterday evening’s 3-2 win over Udinese, after a two-game stadium ban for a second charge of discriminatory chants by supporters.
The Gazzetta dello Sport report that whilst only a minority of supporters this time ran with similar chants, once more aimed specifically at Napoli, and that they were quickly drowned out through whistles from the rest of the crowd, Roma do risk further sanctions.
Similarly, Torino are reported by the pink paper as also in line for a partial stadium closure for anti-Neapolitan chants heard during last night’s defeat to the Vesuviani.
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