MILAN - Sampdoria have banished striker
Antonio Cassano, possibly for good, for swearing at the club
president and now his replacement Nicola Pozzi has been banned
by Serie A for blaspheming in the dressing room after a game.
The league said in a statement on Tuesday that Pozzi had
been given a one-game ban as part of a crackdown on players who
The suspension means Samp will only have Giampaolo Pazzini
available as a recognised striker for Sunday's home game against
Catania if the club continue to leave Italy forward Cassano out
of the first-team squad.
Cassano has apologised for insulting club president Riccardo
Garrone last week but was dropped for Sunday's 1-0 win at Cesena
and media reports say his Samp career could be over with Inter
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