The famous “Curva Sud” From AS Roma will be closed for 1 match. This was reported by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) today.
During the match against Napoli (1-0) the fans of Roma burned the dragon with the mother of the shot down Napoli supporter Ciro Esposito.
The “Curva Sud” will be closed on 19 april, when Roma will play a home match against Atalanta.
“I strongly condemn what happened here. We must ask ourselves how such a thing is possible in such a safe stadium,” dit the association’s chairman Carlo Tavecchio said in a interview.
Some supporters of ‘La Maggica’ on Saturday, held a banner in the sky with the text: “Sad: save money from someone’s death with books and interviews.” Roman fans mocked Antonella Leardi, the mother of Napoli fan Ciro Esposito. He was shot in the edge of the cup final in 2014 between Napoli and Fiorentina by a hooligan of AS Roma. About Leardi there wrote a book entitled “Ciro vive” (“Ciro survives’). The case made a lot of emotions in the Italian football world.