Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri has been banned for two Coppa Italia matches following his clash with Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini on the touchline during their quarter-final meeting on Tuesday night.
Mancini claimed that Sarri had shouted homophobic slurs at him during a heated exchange between the two.
The Italian FA has subsequently suspended the Napoli boss for two Coppa Italia matches, which will begin next season, in addition to fining him £15,000.
However, the punishment was imposed for "highly offensive" comments made, rather than homophobia, for which the sanctions would likely have been more severe.
Inter Milan went on to win the match 2-0 to book their place in the semi-finals, although Mancini was sent off during the game and was also handed a £4,000 fine as a result.