Conte and Agnelli Unpunished by Sports Judge Despite Fight

While the unsavory exchange between Antonio Conte and Andrea Agnelli continues to dominate the headlines in the Italy, the duo will not face any immediate discipline as the sports judge made no mention of it in his report. Directors Fabio Paratici and Gabriele Oriali and Leonardo Bonucci, who were also reportedly involved in the skirmish, are in the same position.

Alex Sandro will miss the final as he picked up the second yellow card during the competition, but he was the only Juventus players to be booked among the ten that were at risk. Atalanta will have the full roster at their disposal. The final will be played on May 19th, but it has yet to be decided whether it will take place in Rome or Milan.

As expected, the fourth referee did not take note of the heated exchange between the parties. The federal prosecutor has quickly opened an investigation and will soon interview the official Daniele Chiffi. Those who participated in the spat could be punished for unsportsmanlike conduct, but the process is going to take some time.

In the aftermath, while Inter complained for the aggravating behavior of the Bianconeri, Juventus lamented the fact that Conte made an obscene gesture towards the bench and the management twice, while also offending them. The Bianconeri denied any confrontation between executives in the tunnel, while Gazzetta dello Sport reported that Paratici threatened to beat up Oriali.