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piotrr

Forza Vesuvio
Contributor
Sep 13, 2011
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be serie a
2 weeks ago you come up with some shit like red marks on the face of players to support elimination of violence against women
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sign a deal to have supercoppa in saudi arabia


Profit :beppe:
 
Sep 4, 2006
59,714
Classy bunch:

https://app.football-italia.net/index.htm#article/footballitalia-131742&menu=news-all

There are reports of Inter fans damaging the away section of the Juventus Stadium and even shoving a female steward during Friday's 1-0 defeat.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport among other sources, there were seats torn up, the toilets damaged and a staff member at the Stadium struck.

The incident seemingly started when a group of Inter ultras were not allowed in to the away end due to issues with the Fan Passport and different names on their tickets.

In protest, the other ultras already present walked out, but remained in the Stadium, tearing up some of the seats and damaging the toilet facilities.

The most serious part of the allegations is that a female steward was shoved over.

It is reported a man was caught on CCTV cameras pushing the steward and police have identified him.
 

JuveJay

起死回生
Moderator
Mar 6, 2007
56,886
Not really, but getting more accepted as the far right now have a foothold in the government. You'll see more come out from under their rocks.

You'll see a lot said and can agree with people "looking after their own" in trying times, but it goes too far.
 

spurdo

Senior Member
Jun 4, 2016
1,344
But is what he said really that outrageous? He was a horrible man that did horrible things like siding with the nazis, but also built roads? Oh the humanity!