Andrea Chiapuzzo is dead, he was the social-medical historian of Sampdoria

GENOA – Sampdoria is in mourning for the disappearance of the historical social doctor Andrea Chiapuzzo. The Blucerchiati mentioned it with the following press note.

“Professor Andrea Chiapuzzo , UC Sampdoria medical social historian, passed away in his home in Pasturana, in the Alessandria area .

Internationally renowned orthopedic surgeon and former orthopedics chief of the "San Giacomo" hospital in his Novi Ligure, he was 90 years old and for 34 – from 1961 to 1995 – he had fulfilled the role of blucerchiato health care manager with dedication and professionalism.

The president Massimo Ferrero and the whole society extend their heartfelt condolences to the Chiapuzzo family " .

Sampdoria does not want to resume the championship, Ferrero: "It makes no sense to play matches without fans".

“Let's get organized to say that this championship must end here now. I say it in pain because I want to start again but only by seeing my stadium which is the most beautiful in the world, with my fans beating on their drums ".

It is clear and clear in his position the president of Sampdoria Massimo Ferrero interviewed by the Ligurian television broadcaster Telenord.

The Coronavirus health emergency could force matches behind closed doors in the event of a resumption of the championship but the Dorian patron says no to this hypothesis:

“I saw Sampdoria-Verona like this and I had a heartache seeing this silence, not being able to cheer because tell me how you can go to the stadium and see that desolation.

The game without cheering, but what game is it ?

But when we see this derby, with all those colors on one side and the other, with everyone playing, cheering on their boys, this is football, this is the show, this is the world, this is an hour and a half of pure adrenaline.

But a game without the fans, what is it? But why? ”, Concludes Ferrero. (source ANSA).

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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