“In Italy we need a Thatcher law, they are not real fans”
Naples, the words of De Laurentiis: “In Italy we need a law like Thatcher’s. They’re not real fans, they’re criminals.”
On the occasion of a CONI event, the President of the Naples, Aurelio de LaurentiisHe spoke about the clashes that took place in the game against those in the corner Milan.
CURVE – «Italy needs a law like Thatcher’s. These aren’t real fans, they’re criminals. However, they are allowed to enter the stadium and discredit the image of the real fans or the families who are in the stadium».
KO AGAINST MILAN – «I’m not worried about losing to Milan, that’s life. Then we have to see in the long run what the final results are»
SPALETTI PIOLI – «The disagreement? There can be moments when the result is whether you have won or lost. Spalletti is a man of great character, but also of great education, Maldini must have had his reasons there. I haven’t been there and only saw it in the repeated TV images, but it all seems magnified by the TV images»