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Roma 06/07/2018

Sanctions against Frosinone increased, club to play two games behind closed doors at a neutral venue

Sanctions against Frosinone increased, club to play two games behind closed doors at a neutral venue

The first section of the National Sporting Appeal Court led by Piero Sandulli has ordered that Frosinone pay a fine of €25,000 and play two games behind closed doors following events in the second leg of the Serie B playoff final against Palermo on 16th June. 

In application of article 36, paragraph 3 of the sporting code of justice, the court has increased the sanctions, adding the requirement that two games are played at a neutral venue. 

For the full statement in Italian, click here