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Juventus fined 30,000 euros for racist abuse

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Apr 23, 2013 at 02:40pm IST

Rome: Juventus have been fined 30,000 euro because a section of their fans were heard chanting racist abuse during Sunday's match against AC Milan.

Some of the Bianconeri supporters were seen directing racial chants at AC Milan footballer Kevin-Prince Boateng during the Serie A clash, reports Xinhua.

It is not the first time the midfielder has been subjected to such abuse this season. Earlier in the campaign during a friendly with Pro Patria, the former Ghana international left the field of play after monkey noises were aimed at him.

Juventus fined 30,000 euros for racist abuse

Some of the Juventus supporters were seen directing racial chants at AC Milan footballer Kevin-Prince Boateng in the Serie A match on Sunday. (Getty Images)

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