The Italian giants Inter Milan have been told by U.E.F.A that they will have to play a total of two games under closed doors. That will now mean there will be no audience allowed at SAN SIRO, when Inter Milan play their next two matches, so you can imagine the very huge amount of money Inter Milan will be losing from these two matches and Inter Milan will also have to have the stand where the Inter Milan fans were making monkey chanting sounds as well, and that stand absolutely empty for one match more money lost I must say. The real reason was the Senegal defender kalidou Koloubaly, who was racially abused when he played for Napoli against Inter Milan, and chanting started, the Napoli manager Carlo Ancelotti thrice asked the referee to stop the match, but the referee failed to heed to this request. Now Kalidou Koloubaly as angry for being insulted and applauded the referee for showing a yellow card this action made him get a straight red card. Which Napoli failed in their appeal to get it over turned. And U.E.F.A and F.I.F.A say there is no racial abuse on Black footballers, The two governing body can only fool themselves saying racial abuse does not happen in football. Things would have been quite different had the referee listened to Carlo Ancelotti.