UDINE – Udinese-Roma's first half did not give emotions on the pitch but some choruses to be censured against the Neapolitans. On the day when the players showed off a red sign as a protest against violence against women, the fans have been talking about them for insults against the Neapolitans to stigmatize firmly.
First the Udinese fans started, and those of Rome applauded as a sign of approval. Then it was the turn of the Giallorossi fans and those of Friuli applauded with conviction.
Yet another ugly gesture on the stands of the Italian states. And luckily Sacchi and Ancelotti have proposed to suspend the matches in case of insults against the insiders. We are very far from a similar scenario.
The social reaction to the choirs against the Neapolitans
#UdineseRome twinning trials in the name of shame and racism at the Dacia Arena! Unrecoverable! And whoever does not hear and does not suspend is conniving! Out of the stadiums! pic.twitter.com/wqX6nfBNyL
– Carlo Alvino (@Carloalvino) 24 November 2018
Roman fans in Udine sing "wash them, wash them, wash them with fire! Oh Vesuvius, wash them with fire! ".
I expect punctual the polemics of the various @realvarriale @annatrieste @zazzatweet and the claim that Di Francesco takes an open position against these choirs. #UdineseRoma
– Simone Avsim (@SimoneAvsim) 24 November 2018
They make a red mark on their faces to express their closeness to women subjected to violence, then thousands of people invoke the eruption of the #Vesuvio that would cause their death (and children) and no one hears, no one notices. Hypocrites, accomplices, false moralists! #UdineseRoma
– Pietro (@_orteip_) 24 November 2018
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