Roma fined €30,000 for anti-Napoli chants

The sporting judge published his decisions from the eleventh match-day of the Serie A as it was revealed Roma has been subject to a fine of €30,000 plus a formal warning following anti-Napoli chants heard during the clash between the Giallorossi and Carlo Ancelotti’s side. The chants ultimately caused the match to be halted for about a minute as Edin Dzeko intervened by walking over to the Curva and asking them to stop.

Furthermore, Mert Cetin has been disqualified for one match due to his sending off in the victory.

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