By Football Italian staff Juventus coach and president Giampiesto Ventura believes racism in Serie A needs to be dealt with by the governing body.

“I’m sorry, but racism is not a football issue,” Ventura told reporters in Italy, according to Corriere dello Sport.

“What we need to do is to change the mentality of the team. “

“We need to be a little bit more open. “

The attitude of the fans, the team, the coaches is important. “

We need to be a little bit more open.

The Bianconeri were criticised for their handling of the situation in the wake of their 2-1 defeat by Lazio on Tuesday. “

That’s the way we need it to be.”

The Bianconeri were criticised for their handling of the situation in the wake of their 2-1 defeat by Lazio on Tuesday.

Former Juventus captain Francesco Totti described the club’s handling of racist abuse as “a disgrace.”

“You must have a serious attitude towards racism, or else the behaviour is not acceptable,” he said.

Ventura said the team had received a letter of apology from the club for its behaviour.”

As for the players… it’s important to understand that you cannot control the actions of the person, you have to deal with it.”

Ventura said the team had received a letter of apology from the club for its behaviour.