No official complaints have yet been filed by fans forced to vacate the north stand of the San Siro during Inter’s Serie A clash with Sampdoria on Saturday.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that the authorities are investigating the incident but that so far no official complaints have been made regarding the events.

A number of regular matchgoing fans were forced to leave the north stand of the San Siro after the Curva Nord ultras decided to vacate the stand.

The ultras decided to to so as a spontaneous tribute to prominent ultra Vittoria Boiocchi who had been gunned down earlier in the day.

However, given that the members of the ultras group not only left themselves but also used violence and intimidation to force other matchgoing fans to leave, the authorities are seriously investigating to identify culprits.

Punishments such as stadium bans cannot be ruled out for the individuals responsible.

However, at the moment there have been no official complaints filed from the fans forced to vacate the stand.