A judge says that he needs more evidence before making a decision if Cagliari ought to be punished for chants aimed on Sunday at Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku.
The Manchester United striker was exposed during the 2-1 Serie A success of Inter in the audience.
In his weekly story, Serie A’s disciplinary judge Gerardo Mastrandrea didn’t use the phrase”racist” and referred simply to”chants that were the subject of news articles and TV reports”.
Cagliari have vowed to spot and ban the”ignorant” individuals guilty of”shameful activities”.
“Total solidarity into Romelu Lukaku as well as more powerful commitment toward annihilating among the worst beats which affects soccer and our world in general,” Cagliari explained.
“Cagliari Football is asking all to assist you win a conflict that involves everyone. No one excluded.”
After the game on Sunday, Lukaku shared his views on social media, stating soccer was”going backward” on the issue of racism.
Everton ahead Moise Kean was subject to abuse since was Blaise Matuidi the year before if he played against Cagliari for Juventus last year.
The league failed to sanction Cagliari for either incident, nor did when the supporters of the same team abused Sulley Muntari in 2017, they do so.