No choreographies from Napoli fans allowed for tonight’s Champions League clash v Milan

There will be no choreographies from Napoli’s fans for tonight’s Champions League fixture against Milan.

As reported by CalcioNapoli24, Napoli fans did not receive the mandatory authorization from Gruppo Operativo di Sicurezza .

All the requests for a choreography have to be presented at least three days prior to a game for safety reasons but Napoli’s fans did not have the time to field their request.

That is because Napoli fans met with president Aurelio de Laurentiis only on Saturday after weeks of protests for the tickets’ prices and for the banners and tambours’ ban in the stadium.

Napoli’s ultras have contested De Laurentiis by remaining in silence on April 2nd when Napoli lost 0-4 against Milan at home. It has been reported that there have also been some fights among Napoli’s fans during the game.

Coach Luciano Spalletti, after the first leg in San Siro, commented these events by saying: “It seems absurd to me. If this will happen again on Tuesday (today), I’ll leave the pitch and I’ll go home”. 

It has been reported that Napoli fans and president Aurelio de Laurentiis have found a deal where the club will help the fans for the creation of banners, flags, placards and everything that will be necessary to color the various sectors of the stadium.

Because of that, it’s still possibile that there will be initiatives in other parts of the Diego Armando Maradona stadium. 


Andrea Agostinelli I GIFN

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