MILAN – Inter will not appeal against closing for two matches at the San Siro stadium, after the match against Napoli . The club made it official in a statement, in which he also explained that he had asked the FIGC and the Lega Serie A to open the first orange ring of the Meazza for the game against Sassuolo to the children of the Nerazzurri football schools, to boys and girls of the csi.
Sala, mayor of Milan: "I am with Inter, let children in"
The mayor of Milan, Giuseppe Sala, said in a tweet to "totally" share Inter's proposal, which asked the FIGC and the Lega Serie A to open the first orange ring of the Meazza Stadium to the children of the football schools of Nerazzurri and to the boys of the CSI on the occasion of the match against Sassuolo.
The San Siro stadium will in fact be closed for two games after the events that took place during the match against Napoli.
"I hope that Figc and La Lega of Serie A will seize this great opportunity for football and for Milan", concluded Sala.
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Source: Blitz Quotidiano