December 4, 2022

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Serie B judge: Two rounds of disqualification at Martino-Calcio

(ANSA) – ROME, October 11 – The sports judge of the Second Division of Football, Germana Panzeroni, in connection with the matches of the eighth round that took place last weekend, imposed a fine of two thousand euros on Regina “for the presence of his supporters. On two occasions in the second half, insulting chants of fans opposing team.” Paid a fine of €1,500 to Pisa for her supporters, at 46 points, having fired two smoke bombs into the game’s container. Among the expelled players, Pietro Martino (Cosenza) was disqualified for two days for “having, in the 43rd minute, without the possibility of playing the ball, hit an opponent with a slap in the back of the head”. Matteo Arena (SPAL) is suspended, “for fouling a malicious interference on an opponent with a clear goal chance”, and Giuseppe Bellucci (Ascoli): “Double yellow card for misconduct against an opponent”. Among the players who were not sent off for a match in Stanko Juric (Parma), for “misconduct towards the opponent”. (Dealing).

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