NAPLES – It is a verbal controversy between the president of Napoli Aurelio De Laurentiis and that of Frosinone Maurizio Stirpe. To trigger it was 'Adl', who in an interview with the New York Times also spoke about football saying "what is Frosinone doing in Serie A? It does not attract spectators ". Then he added: "clubs like Frosinone do not attract fans, interests or issuers in the league. They arrive, do not try to compete and come back. If they can not compete, if they finish up last, they should pay a fine and they should not receive any money. "
Stirpe responds to De Laurentiis: "Suffers from Napoleon's syndrome"
Now arrives, through 'CalcioNapoli24', Stirpe's reply, annoyed by the words of his colleague. "" They seem to me statements by a person who has Napoleon's syndrome – he says -. In life even before football is a respect and I do not see it here: instead you should always have for opponents, sport must teach these values. If instead it teaches arrogance these statements are commented on their own: they come from people who have not won anything ".
Stirpe – De Laurentiis 6-0 / 6-0 pic.twitter.com/HGEa5uJtTD
– Francesco Ceccotti (@francescoceccot) 22 January 2019
Stirpe, pres. Frosinone, to @ CalcioNapoli24 of De Laurentiis: "We should have respect, words from people who have not won anything. We are able to create a stadium, others have not given the city an infrastructure like this " https://t.co/IlOmwMWYmI
– Claudio Russo (@claudioruss) 22 January 2019
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