The aim is to block the way to any expression of racism. The police headquarters of Bergamo has issued 9 daspos against as many fans held responsible for racist chants against Dusan Vlahovic, Serbian striker of Juventus during the match between Atalanta and Bianconeri played last May 7 in Bergamo. The bans on access to sporting events will prevent fans from entering sports facilities for a period ranging from 1 to 5 years. The footballer had responded to the insults by bringing a finger to his mouth as a sign of silence after scoring the goal of doubling in full recovery.

But it was not the only sanction. The sports judge of the Serie A, Gerardo Mastrandrea, had in fact ordered "the obligation to play a race with the sector called 'Curva Nord Pisani' without spectators". Ready the sentence by the mayor of Bergamo, Giorgio Gori.

A feeling of disapproval also expressed by the President of Fifa, Gianni Infantino, who - in expressing solidarity with Vlahovic - at the same time called for the application of severe sanctions against alleged fans who become protagonists of racist gestures.


FIFA President Gianni Infantino during the press conference at MMC's Virtual Stadium 1, Doha, Qatar