This month the Italian Football Federation won’t punish Cagliari following their supporters were discovered Inter Milan ahead Romelu Lukaku.
The Manchester United striker was exposed through Inter’s 2-1 win over Cagliari on September 1.
The FIGC researched the incidentthat happened before and after Lukaku play with a penalty.
But, the governing body of Italian football has revealed that no action will be taken from the club.
The FIGC investigation established that before Lukaku took the punishment, there was whistling and crying in a part of the North Stand. Stewards couldn’t identify what was said and who do this, although it said the noises were heard from audiences.
The investigation concluded there was too much yelling and whistling generally to spot whether any“discriminatory“ terminology has been used and, as a result, the FIGC has decided Cagliari can’t be punished, and no action will be taken against them.
The federation has, nevertheless, fined Cagliari #5,000 as a result of plastic bottles being thrown from the audience during exactly the match.
Former Juventus striker Moise Kean, as well as midfielder Blaise Matuidi, were subjected to racist chanting from Cagliari fans during a Serie A battle April.
More to follow…