Some Serbian fans, twinned with Napoli’s Curva B, ambushed the historic Fedayn group after Roma-Empoli: the clashes on the A1 have something to do with it
Piazza Mancini, a stone’s throw from Rome’s Olympic stadium, was the place chosen by about fifty Red Star ultras to attack the Roma fans after the championship match between Rome and Empoli. Arriving directly from Belgrade, on Saturday evening the Serbian fans surprised a representative of the Giallorossi southern curve, the Fedayn group, before attacking them with rods and sticks.
A bag containing some banners that are displayed for each home match inside the stadium would also have been taken away from the Fedayeen. The ambush of the Serbian ultras, all dressed in black and twinned with the Curva B of Napoli, would have been studied in detail. The “expedition” would have remained in Italy after following his team’s basketball match against Olimpia Milano and would have taken the opportunity to avenge the clashes on the A1 between Roma and Neapolitans dating back to 8 January.
In November 2018, the fifth day of the Champions League group stage took place at the San Paolo stadium in Naples. On the pitch are Napoli and Stella Rossa, in the stands the leaders of the Serbian ultras are hosted in Curva B to watch the match together. It is a way to consolidate the relationship between the two fans. It is proof of an official twinning. This is why the ambush against Romanists inevitably calls into question the clashes that took place in the Badia al Pino service area, along the Autostrada del Sole, almost a month ago. About fifty Roma supporters had responded to the attack by a larger number of Napoli fans: this explains the “revenge” for that insult suffered. It is no coincidence that among the historic twinnings of the Romanist southern curve there is the one with the Greeks of Panathinaikos, in turn bitter rivals of the Red Star. Ultras dynamics that intertwine and start to worry…
February 5, 2023 (change February 5, 2023 | 16:09)
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