After Milan’s controversial loss in Friday’s Serie A encounter with Juventus, some members of the team and staff have been handed suspensions and warnings by the Disciplinary Committee today.
Carlos Bacca received a one-match ban and will thus miss Milan’s next match against Genoa. In addition, the Colombian was given a €10 thousand fine by league officials.
Besides Bacca, the club itself will have to pay €5 thousand for having failed to prevent the entry of AC Milan officials on the pitch after the match against Juventus.
Jose Sosa and Alessio Romagnoli have also been given one-match suspensions for the red card against Juventus and accumulation of yellow cards respectively. Both will also not be available for Montella’s selection for Saturday’s match. Club CEO Galliani and sporting director Rocco Maiorino received warnings only.
According to Milan TV, the club will not take any further actions regarding this matter and are concentrating on the next match against Genoa.