Juventus slammed by rivals Napoli after displaying 'shameful and offensive' banners during title celebrations

Juve players marked another domestic double with an open-top bus parade through the streets of Turin.

Some players broadcasted the celebrations on social media, with banners not going down well in Naples.

Footage shown by the title winners was of Bianconeri fans holding up offensive messages targeting Napoli star Lorenzo Insigne.

One Juve fan was filmed holding up a coffin-shaped cut-out bearing Insigne's name, spotted on winger Douglas Costa’s Instagram feed.

The video has since been taken down, and Napoli, who led the way in Serie A for much of the season, have released a statement condemning the behaviour.



Napoli said on twitter: “We are truly outraged by the shameful and offensive attitude of some Juventus players.

"Serious gestures that offend the dignity of people and a Neapolitan like Insigne. It is unacceptable."


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The Napoli forward caused outrage following their dramatic late win in Turin against the champions last month.

He was asked if Juve approached the game like “a Champions League final and lose it?”

The striker could not resist a dig by replying: “They’re used to it.”

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