A new poll has found that the number of players who have been punished in the top flight has doubled in the first six months of the new campaign, with only nine players being penalised in the entire season.
As a whole, there have been more than 300 players punished, while the figure for fines for all of the previous campaigns is just 13.
Only seven of the top 10 players have already been fined, while only four players from last season’s champions Juventus have received a fine so far this term.
Only seven players from Juventus have been penalised this termA total of 932 fines have been handed outThis has been a big increase from the 634 fines issued by the last three seasons, when the same figures were set to rise by around 50%.
The majority of fines have come in the form of dismissal or red cards.
Only three players have not been fined by Juventus for any of their actions this season: Antonio Candreva (four), Alessandro Diamanti (three) and Alessandro Nesta (two).
Despite Juventus having a total of 17 players fined so far in the season so far, only seven of them have been dismissed, while five have received red cards for their actions.
The Italian giants’ fine tally of €12m was surpassed by Chelsea’s €12.7m, while Inter’s €11.3m and Juventus’ €9.3mb brought in the biggest overall sum.
In addition, the following seven players have received fines for their respective actions in the second half of the campaign: Sergio Aguero (€2.1m), Gianluigi Buffon (€1.4m), Cristiano Ronaldo (€750,000), Sergio Busquets (€500,000) and Paul Pogba (€300,000).
In total, there were 537 players fined for their acts this season, compared to 534 fines handed out by the previous season.