Rome – Juventus and AS Roma alike are getting punishment from the Lega Serie A games linked ‘hot’ at the Juventus Stadium. While Roma coach Rudi Garcia get a warning and a fine.
Juve match contra Roma at Juventus Stadium on Sunday (10/05/2014) evening hrs tinged controversies and incidents. Organisers of the league was sentenced to a number of parties in the game ending 3-2 to the Bianconeri‘s victory.
Both clubs confirmed equally punished. Juve fined 30 thousand euros over three issues: throwing flares to a group of supporters of Rome, Rome beating a team member on the bench, and the use of lasers directed at the Roma player.
While Roma fined 20 thousand euros on two issues: throwing flares into the Juve fans and the field as well as the use of walkie–talkie on the bench.
Also get a fine was Roma coach Rudi Garcia with a nominal value of five thousand euro and a reminder of the referee gestures abusive leadership. Gesture in question is pretending to play the violin, which was exhibited Garcia shortly after the first penalty Juve.
While Kostas Manolas who get a red card after an incident with Alvaro Morata involved, was sentenced to two-match ban because of excessive reaction. Morata who was also sent off only given once the ban. Similarly, as reported by Football Italia.