RelatedPosts Immobile extends Lazio contract till 2025 Atalanta whip Brescia to go second in Serie A Genoa hit back with two penalty kicks to draw at Brescia Lazio have been fined €20,000 for their fans’ racist abuse at Mario Balotelli during their win at Brescia on Sunday. Balotelli was on the receiving end of monkey chants as well as other insulting chants throughout the first half in particular. Referee Gianluca Manganiello was informed of the abuse by Balotelli and an announcement was then made to warn the away supporters that further discriminatory chanting could lead to the game’s suspension. “After 21 and 29 minutes of the first half, Lazio fans engaged in a chorus of racial discrimination against a player of the opposing team,” a statement read on Wednesday, confirming the punishment. “These were in addition to other insulting songs against the same player in the 21st, 29th and 42nd minutes. “These led to the referee having an announcement made in the 30th minute of the first half.”Tags: BresciaGianluca ManganielloLazioMario Balotelli
Camogie Association President Catherine Neary made her comments as the countdown to this year’s event in Tipperary and Waterford continues.Hundreds of U14 hurling, handball and camogie players will be coming to both counties for the event, which takes place between the 17th and 19th of this month.Catherine says the benefits for those that take part will be huge.
The basketball players of Široki Brijeg won first place in ‘League 4’, after they beat Igokee last night with 73:64 (18:16, 18:19, 17:14, 20:15).Široki Brijeg, which in this part of the competition remained the only undefeated team, were led to victory by Robert Rikić with 26 points and six rebounds, and Dalibor Peršić had 10 points.In the team from Laktaši, which will start in the semifinals from second place, Nemanja Gordić was most efficient with 10 points.The opponents of Široki Brijeg and Igokee in the semi-finals will be known tonight after the meeting in Mrkonjić Grad between the teams Mladosti and Spars from Sarajevo.(Source: Fena)