The first stadium has been issued in response to the scenes in the north stand of the San Siro on Saturday when Curva Nord ultras forced fans to leave their seats.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that ten other individuals have also been identified as having been responsible for the incident.

The authorities have been investigating the incident at the San Siro on Saturday, reviewing CCTV footage and other evidence to identify all of the members of the Curva Nord ultras group who had been responsible for using violence and intimidation to force fans to leave the stand.

Now, one stadium ban has been handed out to a member of the group who was determined to have acted violently to force some fans to leave.

In addition, a further ten members of the group have been identified on the video as having played a role in the incident, and could be subject to action themselves.

According to the Corriere della Sera, the authorities are using complaints on social media as well as complaints that had come in shortly after the match to go by.

However, no formal complaints have yet been filed by any of the fans affected during the incident for the authorities to go by.