Italian football sans fans

Officer Filippo Raciti’s killing was the second in a week in Italian soccer after an amateur team coach was kicked to death while trying to stop a fight.Italian football fans now face a Sunday in front of the television set as officials enforce tough rules aimed at curbing hooliganism .Stadiums would be empty Sunday for first-division matches in Bergamo, Verona, Florence, Messina and Milan…….news report.
Livorno striker Cristiano Lucarelli said fellow Serie A players were considering going on strike to protest the fact that …” certain teams play without a crowd and others with full stands.”

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