Roma paid homage to Ennio Morricone before the match against Parma scheduled at the Olimpico stadium.
The stylized face of the musician and composer, a Giallorossi fan, who passed away two days ago, showed off on the left sleeve the shirts that the players wore against the Emilian. Below the image of Morricone the dedication "Thank you Maestro" was clearly visible.
Ennio Morricone was an Italian composer, musician, conductor and arranger who won two Oscar awards.
He studied at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia, in Rome, where he graduated in trumpet; he wrote the music for more than 500 films and TV series, as well as contemporary music works.
Roma wanted to remember him not only for his art but also because he was a big fan of the Giallorossi. Morricone loved football and as a young man he also practiced it with some success.
Carlo Verdone has revealed an anecdote about the footballer Morricone. Do you know what his nickname was? Of course 'The gunslinger'.
It could not be otherwise if we consider his magnificent musical compositions for the soundtracks of films that have written the history of the 'western' genre. (source ANSA).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano