Conte, Bonucci and Chiellini among Juventus staff banned over Genoa protestations

Multiple Bianconeri personnel have been punished for their parts in an ugly exchange with officials in the aftermath of Saturday's Serie A encounter
Juventus coach Antonio Conte, defenders Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini, forward Mirko Vucinic and director Giuseppe Marotta have all been banned for criticising referee Marco Guida following his decision not to award the Old Lady a penalty against Genoa.

The Bianconeri were incensed when Guida and his assistants failed to whistle for handball against Andreas Granqvist in the dying seconds of the 1-1 draw at Juventus Stadium.

Sporting judge Gianpaolo Tosel has since decided to ban Conte and Bonucci for two games and hand the pair €10,000 fines, stating that their punishment was for "intimidating the referee and an additional official, insulting them and then reiterating the comments in the dressing room after the game".

Injured defender Giorgio Chiellini ran from the stands to confront the officials and as a result will now be banned for one game, while Vucinic has been handed an identical sanction for protesting despite numerous warnings.

Marotta, meanwhile, has been suspended from duty until February 18, while the club will also have to pay €50,000, in addition to the individual fines dished out.

The Turin giants travel to Chievo next Sunday before hosting Fiorentina six days later in Serie A.

One positive for the club, however, is the announcement of the signing of Ecuador Under-20 midfielder Jose Francisco Cevallos on loan from LDU Quito.

The 18-year-old will stay at Juve until the end of the season, with the reigning Serie A champions retaining the option of making the deal permanent in the summer.