Juventus winger Federico Bernardeschi and Sassuolo forward Domenico Berardi are among the nine Serie A players given one-match bans.
Berardi and Bernardeschi were both booked during the 3-3 draw between Sassuolo and Juventus yesterday.
The disciplinary commission confirmed this afternoon they would be suspended for the next round of fixtures, along with Neroverdi pair Mehdi Bourabia and Francesco Magnanelli, Parma duo Matteo Darmian and Alberto Grassi, Napoli’s Giovanni Di Lorenzo, Cagliari’s Artur Ionita and Udinese’s Stefano Okaka.
Verona were particularly hit as Miguel Veloso was also fined €1,500 for his yellow card against Roma, given his status as club captain.
Hellas coach Ivan Juric suffered the biggest punishment of Week 33 as he was ordered to pay €15,000 and serve a one-match touchline ban for insulting referee Fabio Maresca during the 2-1 defeat to Roma.