Roma proprietor James Pallotta will get three-month Uefa match ban
Roma proprietor James Pallotta has been banned from attending any Uefa recreation for 3 months – and his membership fined 19,000 euros (£17,025) – after their Champions League defeat by Liverpool.
Pallotta was sanctioned for calling the match officiating an “absolute joke”.
The membership have been charged over inadequate organisation and a blocked stairway on the match in Rome on 2 Might, and for followers setting off fireworks.
Liverpool misplaced the semi-final second leg 4-2, however received 7-6 on mixture.
Roma’s high-quality follows a 50,000 euros (£43,632) penalty for crowd trouble on the first leg on 24 April. Liverpool fan Sean Cox suffered critical head accidents in an assault exterior Anfield earlier than that recreation.
Two Italian males have been charged with violent dysfunction in relation to the incident.