MILAN - Cagliari have been fined 25,000
euros after racist chants from their fans resulted in
a three-minute suspension of play during Sunday's home match
with Inter Milan, Serie A said in a statement on Tuesday.
The referee, using new powers from the Italian Football Federation, halted the match because of the chants aimed at
Inter's Samuel Eto'o. The game soon got underway again and there
was no further trouble.
AS Roma were fined 10,000 euros after a fan shone a laser
into the eyes of an assistant referee during Saturday's 2-1 win
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