AC Milan lost in Friday’s Serie A encounter against Juventus after a controversial last minute penalty call by referee Davide Massa. After the match the Rossoneri players showed their dissatisfaction in various manners.
Many Italian media on Saturday wrote that Milan players damaged the away locker room at the Juventus Stadium, with punch marks and broken equipment reported.
Today’s Gazzetta dello Sport also adds that someone, rumored to be a Milan player, wrote “ladri” (thieves) on two title badges from 2005 and 2006 in the Juventus Stadium tunnel. These are the titles that were revoked by Italian courts after the Calciopoli scandal.
Some Milan players are expected to be given match suspensions for their post-match outbursts, while it is not excluded that the club will have to pay for the damages done in the locker room after the controversial match.