Luca Gunby Date: 6th October 2014 at 9:54pm
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Roma and Juventus have both been hit with fines for the behaviour of their fans during the Bianconeri’s 3-2 win on Sunday.

Giallorossi defender Kostas Manolas has also been given a two game ban after he was sent off for an altercation with Juve’s Alvaro Morata in the final minutes.

Serie A confirmed in a press release on the league’s official website that Juventus are being punished with a €30,000 fine and Roma will have to pay €20,000 for breaches of the code of conduct on the part of their supporters.

Juve fans were found guilty of shining laser beams at Roma players, throwing a flare at the travelling fans without serious consequences and one fan hitting a member of the Giallorossi staff from behind the dugout.

The away fans were found guilty of throwing flares onto the playing surface in the 27th and 32 minutes of the first half, launching flares at the home fans without serious consequences and throwing plastic bottles.

Roma also breached the rules by using a two-way radio on the bench during the first half after coach Rudi Garcia was sent to the stands.

Morata was also suspended for one game for his dismissal after the incident with Manolas.

 
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