The Italian sports authorities have vowed to come down hard on the troublemakers who marred the Turin derby that Udinese won 2-1 against Juventus on Sunday.
Torino fans damaged the Juventus coach as it approached the stadium while a cherry bomb thrown by Juve fans injured 10 people -- two seriously -- when it exploded in the home fans' section.
"I can't take this anymore; I'm sick of it," said Giovanni Malago, president of the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI), in quotes reported by La Gazzetta dello...
Torino put the brakes on Juventus' charge towards the Serie A title by winning the Turin derby for the first time in 20 years.
Three points from their rivals at the Stadio Olimpico, coupled with a negative result for nearest challengers Lazio, could have seen Juve open up an 18-point lead with only six games remaining.
Andrea Pirlo did put them on the right track with a sublime free-kick in the first half but Matteo Darmian pegged the reigning champions back just before the break and Juve old boy...