The prostitution of Italian football shows no signs of ending. Too many open and unclear questions…
We started playing the Italian Super Cup games on foreign soil years ago.
The first edition took place in Libya and then continued elsewhere until the last edition took place in Arabia.
An Italian Cup should be played on national territory.
Why? For many reasons.
Firstly, because it is an Italian trophy, it would be normal to think of playing it in front of an Italian audience.
In front of the fans of the playing teams.
Instead, we go somewhere else and gamble in the name of the God of Money.
An ephemeral god who only lasts a breath.
Maybe it would be better to reduce certain costs associated with this world and avoid taking our football to places where I may not even know that it has a football culture.
The event following Gigi Riva's death is just the tip of the iceberg.
The one that aims to make it clear that selling one of our products (of the third or fourth Italian industry) is a mortal sin.
The Chinese lettering on Inter's jerseys again, for what reason?
The players' names are written with our letters, for the simple reason that the game is played in Italy.
When Zhang's team plays in China, they can use Chinese writing.
As long as it takes place within the Italian walls, this is further evidence of prostitution that, frankly, wasn't necessary.