MILAN- Italian champions Juventus have reaffirmed their anti-racism stance after being slapped with a 30,000 euro fine for fans racially abusing German-born Ghanaian Kevin-Prince Boateng . Several dozen Juventus supporters, according to estimates in the press Monday, targeted AC Milan forward Boateng with 'bu-bu' racist chanting prior to the their match inTurinlate Sunday. Boateng , who made international headlines in January when he walked off the pitch to protest similar abuse during a friendly against a third division side, made no statement about the incident following Sunday's game, won 1-0 by Juventus. Juventus were on Monday handed a 30,000 euro fine by league disciplinary chiefs. Earlier this season the Italian champions launched an anti-racism drive following a similar incident, and on Monday they reiterated that stance. –AFP