Serie A club Lazio vow to take proper action against fans involve in racist chants

Serie A club Lazio on Tuesday have affirmed that they would take action against fans responsible for racist chants against Rennes in their Europa League match last week.
It was recalled that Lazio have been charged by UEFA over alleged racist behaviour which could result in the Italian club having sections of their stadium closed.
"Lazio will defend its reputation and tradition, the club announces that it has immediately activated the initiatives aimed at identifying those responsible and will rigorously apply the code of ethics to remove those responsible from the stadium," the club said in a statement.
Lazio further added that the club would "join any legal action taken against those who, following the investigation with police, are found to be responsible".
Lazio fans were seen making Fascist salutes during the 2-1 home win over Rennes.
It is expected that UEFA will hand down their verdict on October 17.

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