Inter are in danger of having to play more games behind closed doors following yesterday’s racist chanting at Messina.
FIFA have promised to take a hard line on any racist incidents at football matches and the club will now face punishment due to the poor behaviour of a group of their supporters.
Messina’s Marco Andre Zoro picked the ball up and threatened to leave the pitch unless the match official did something about the racist abuse to which he was being subjected.
Only the intervention of Inter’s Adriano and Obafemi Martins prevented Zoro from walking off the field in Sunday's Serie A clash.
Inter, who are held responsible for the actions of their fans, will probably receive a fine for the incident but FIFA could urge the Italian FA to impose stricter sanctions – namely the banning of supporters from home matches at the San Siro.
Such an outcome would be tough on the Milan giants who have done probably more than any other Serie A side to try to stamp racism out of football.
The Nerazzurri have also only just finished serving a three-match supporters ban in the Champions League, after a firework was thrown at Dida during last season’s European Cup defeat to Milan.
What the puck!!!!!!!
It's a plot!!! that stupid fans not true Interista!!!!!!!!!!!!
INTER vs Bilan also empty stadium????????? shit!!!! really plot!!!!!
Probably Berlusconi or Galliani!!!!!!!!!!