Press release from the club after the stop by the prefecture of Milan: “Identify suitable measures to protect not only safety but also those who have already purchased tickets”
Lecce, in a press release, expresses its “regret” for the decision of the prefect of Milan to prohibit the sale of tickets for Sunday’s match against Inter to residents of Lecce and its province.
For the San Siro appointment, the 4,361 away sector tickets had already been sold but, after the report of the analysis committee for the safety of sporting events (“danger of violent actions by fans”), the Milanese prefecture froze yellow and red fans. The Apulian club, in the notes, explains that it has taken action “within the limits permitted by current legislation, by consulting the competent institutions and authorities” to protect its supporters. Lecce moved to “identify suitable measures that can reconcile the purposes of protecting public order and safety and, at the same time, the legitimate expectation of those who for several weeks have been given the opportunity to buy access tickets and plan the trip”.
February 28 – 17:58
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