TURIN – Claudio Marchisio, a former footballer who has been a Juventus flag for years, has harshly attacked all Italians who do not comply with the rules set by the government to combat coronavirus infection. Marchisio did so by publishing a touching photo of a collapsed nurse at the end of an exhausting shift with the following caption:
Marchisio furious on Instagram: "Respect the anti-coronavirus rules, you are m …".
“To you who came out of the red zone because you want so much to happen. To you that the school is closed so I'm going out with friends tonight. To you who can't give up skiing. To you that I have now organized so I go there. When you look at this photograph, don't you feel like an …? ”.
Marchisio has tied a large part of his career to Juventus, a club with which he has won seven consecutive Serie A championships (from 2011-12 to 2017-18), one of Serie B (2006-07), three Italian Super Cups (2012, 2013 and 2015) and four consecutive Italian Cups (from 2014-15 to 2017-18). He also boasts the victory of a Prem'er-Liga championship with Zenit St. Petersburg (2018-19).
As Wikipedia writes, he was part of the Olympic national team, with which in 2008 he first won the Toulon tournament and then participated in the Beijing 2008 games. In blue he was semi-finalist at the European Under-21 Championship in Sweden 2009, finalist in the European Championship of Poland-Ukraine 2012 and third place at the Confederations Cup of Brazil 2013; he also participated in two World Cups with the senior national team (South Africa 2010 and Brazil 2014).
It has also been included for two consecutive years (2011 and 2012 ) on the AIC team of the year and the 2014-15 UEFA Champions League team of the season.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano