Carlo Pinsoglio is banned, with Juventus directors Fabio Paratici and Pavel Nedved suspended for insulting the referee during the Turin Derby.
The Disciplinary Commission made the ruling today based on the report from the referee and fourth official after the 2-1 Bianconeri victory.
Pinsoglio was on the bench when he was sent off for insulting the referee after Juve took the lead in stoppages.
It is reported the third-choice goalkeeper had said: ‘Go on, disallow this one too.’
Pinsoglio has been given a one-match ban.
There is also punishment for directors Nedved and Paratici, as the Disciplinary Commission report rules they shouted insults towards the referee from the stands ‘repeatedly and for several minutes.’
Nedved is suspended until December 21 and fined €10,000, while Paratici is suspended until December 14.
Elsewhere, Roma forward Pedro, Crotone midfielder Jacopo Petriccione and Verona defender Federico Ceccherini are all given one-match bans.