Three stadium bans were issued on Monday against supporters after the incidents between Atalanta and Lazio on Saturday.
Three stadium bans were issued on Monday against supporters who threw objects during Atalanta Bergamo-Lazio Rome (2-2) last Saturday, including a coin that hit Roman goalkeeper Pepe Reina according to Italian media.
The Bergamo prefecture has decided three five-year bans for these three people aged 20, 28 and 54, according to the Italian agency Ansa and the Gazzetta dello sport.
Monday morning, Atalanta announced the identification of the people in question. The club had specified that « would activate so that the measures are applied immediatelyTo prevent them from returning to the stadium, according to a statement.
On the sidelines of these incidents, the judicial authorities of Bergamo also announced that they had launched investigations on Monday after an attempted assault on the night from Sunday to Monday against Manchester United supporters, already present in town for the Champions League match. scheduled for Tuesday night, according to Ansa.
About twenty people, faces masked, tried to attack fans of the Red Devils gathered in a pub in the Lombard city and two people were slightly injured at the end of this brief incident which lasted « a few seconds« , According to the prefecture quoted by the Italian agency.
Some 1,400 English supporters are expected Tuesday for the match (9 p.m.) counting for the 4th day of the Champions League, according to media.