Atalanta fined after racist cries

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Latest Football News – Atalanta Bergamo has been fined 10,000 euros for racist cries directed against Brazilian side Fiorentina Dalbert during a Serie A match last month, the Italian Football League announced on Tuesday.

At the championship match between the Bergamo and Florentine clubs on 22 September, the former Nice player complained to the referee, Mr Orsato, who had stopped the game and asked for the broadcast of a message by the stadium announcer. A message greeted by whistles fed. After three minutes of interruption, the game resumed and the “Viola” won 1-0.

In the wake, FIFA President Gianni Infantino, present in Milan for the ceremony The Best had ruled that the situation had not “improved” in Italy and called for clear sentences, as in England. “We must not be afraid to condemn the racists, we must fight to the end,” said Mr. Infantino.

Since the beginning of the season, the Belgian of Inter Romelu Lukaku and the Ivorian of AC Milan Franck Kessié have already been targeted by cries of monkey, without any sanction has been taken.


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