Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has not been sanctioned by the Sporting Judge after the protests at the end of the match against Udinese.
The Friuli technical director Pierpaolo Marino spoke of Paratici’s protests against the referee at the end of the first half, due to the lack of stoppages.
But the Juventus sporting director has not been suspended or sanctioned after the protests, whilst Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini received a fine of €5,000 for his reactions to the Sassuolo penalty.
The Orobici coach kicked a chair next to his bench and insulted Sassuolo staff in the stands.
Sassuolo are fined €5,000 too for ‘not having prevented people from provoking’ Gasperini and members of the opposition’s bench ‘for the entire duration of the second half’.
Sassuolo goalkeeper coach Giorgio Bianchi has been given a two-match ban for having ‘contested an arbitration decision with an offensive expression addressed to the match officials’.