Lazio sporting director Igli Tare has received a short ban and fine for his outburst at the end of the first half in yesterday’s goalless draw with Torino.

As announced by Lega Serie A earlier today, the Albanian sporting director has been banned until the 31st of May and fined €5,000 for threatening the referee in the tunnel at the end of the first half, being prevented from reaching the official by those around him.


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Tare repeatedly shouted disrespectful comments at him and has been punished as he is a repeat offender.


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Yesterday’s match with Torino saw a lot of tension between the two clubs. Torino president Urbano Cairo was seen being pulled back by his staff in the stands after an argument with Biancocelesti president Claudio Lotito.

Cairo was then involved in a dispute with Lazio striker Ciro Immobile at the end of the match, reportedly verbally assaulting him outside the dressing room.