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Inter hit with partial stadium closure

SoccerNews in Serie A 29 Apr 2014

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Inter’s Curva Nord stand will be closed for the next two Serie A matches following “discriminatory chants” in the 0-0 draw with Napoli.

The punishment was confirmed in a statement from the league’s governing body on Tuesday, following the April 26 meeting between the two sides.

Inter have been fined €50,000 for the incident, while a section of the ground will be closed for their final home game of the season – against Lazio on May 10 – as well as the opening home fixture of the 2014-15 season.

Elsewhere, Roma have been fined €15,000 after a section of their support threw missiles in the direction of the Milan fans in the game between the two sides on April 25.

Roma won 2-0 in the Stadio Olimpico, but the actions of their fans have been punished by the league.

Milan have also been sanctioned after their supporters retaliated and threw a missile back, with the club handed a €4,000 penalty.

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