ROME – Lazio copy Borussia Mönchengladbach.
He will do it for a just cause.
The stands of the Olympic stadium in Rome will be empty because the matches will be played behind closed doors.
For this reason, Lazio has decided to fill the stadium with the cardboard sheets of its fans.
The first club to do so was Borussia Mönchengladbach.
The Bundesliga was the first to restart during the coronavirus.
The German club has decided to sell the stadium seats to fans who are interested in having their own hardcover in the stands.
The initiative was a real success as many joined.
Evidently Lazio liked this idea of Borussia Mönchengladbach.
So the Biancocelesti decided to do it for a good cause.
The money that will be collected from the sale of the cardboard boxes to the fans will be donated to charity to the Italian Red Cross.
Among the fans who will join this initiative, there will also be Anna Falchi.
The actress is carrying out a superstitious ritual since the beginning of the championship and things are going great for Lazio as she is in the running for the championship.
What does this rite consist of? After each victory, Falchi undresses and shares this photo with Lazio fans on Instagram.
Falchi does not wear clothes but is posing with the Lazio scarf covering her very generous "side A".
Source: Blitz Quotidiano