The Genoa Police Headquarters communicated it. The fan for two years can not enter the stadium. On September 30 he had punched the journalist outright
The Police Headquarters of Genoa announced, with a statement published on 16 November 2017 on the site of the State Police, a provision of DASPO (Ban on access to sporting events) for the hooligan who punched in the face on September 30, the journalist Pinuccio Brenzini. The note reports that the fan, for two years, “will not be able to access the venues where football matches take place in any series or category”. The attack on Brenzini, collaborator of TeleNord and RadioNostalgia (official radio of the Genoa football club), had taken place in the Ligurian capital outside the Marassi stadium, before the Genoa-Bologna match on 30 September last. The journalist, hit with a fist to his face, had recognized his attacker, a hooligan chief, and had reported him to the police headquarters (read the news by Ossigeno).