Lulic at risk of ten-match ban for racist abuse
Commenta per primoLazio defender Senad Lulic lost his cool yesterday evening after the final whistle of the derby of Roma which saw his side lose 2-0 at hands of city rivals roma. Talking to Premium Sport, the biancocelesti defender attacked Roma defender Antonio Rudiger claiming that ‘two years ago he was selling socks and belts in Stuttgart’.
If the Federal Prosecutor will find the 30-year-old defender guilty of racist abuse, Lulic could face a ten-match ban. Lazio hope that their player will only be found guilty of breaching the ‘principles of honesty and fairness’ and face a shorter ban.
Former Atalanta midfielder Alberto Grassi was suspended for ten matches in 2014 when he used a racist expression towards one of his opponents in the pitch and Lulic could be handed a similar ban if he’s accused of racist abuse. The press office of Lazio apologized for Lulic’s words yesterday night, but that may not be enough to avoid a long ban for the Bosnian footballer.
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