The sale of tickets to Eintracht fans is still uncertain, who in the meantime would have already bought tickets through Italian friends. And the violent fringes would have already organized themselves, with the help of allied fans
Today the Casms (committee for the safety of sporting events) is meeting, and we will understand if it will appeal to the Council of State on the provision of the TAR which suspends the ban on the sale of tickets to German fans. But three days before the Champions League match between Naples and Eintracht, the probable arrival in the city of groups of German fans, who allegedly bought tickets through Italian friends, is still worrying.
Napoli, as a club, is waiting to see if it will actually have to put those 2,600 tickets for visiting fans on sale, in any case the alarm for public order remains. There are interceptions of conversations between Napoli’s ultras, on social networks, which suggest that the two factions – already clashed in Frankfurt between 20 and 21 February last – have met since Tuesday to face each other. Just as in Germany they made contact with the Bergamo “twins” of Atalanta.
The alarm for the forces of order will go off from Capodichino airport starting from Tuesday. Because with or without coupons, it is feared that many will still arrive from Frankfurt. Eintracht’s fans usually allow themselves a longer stay, because they are quite rich. Difficult to control and manage even for the German police. And if on the one hand the connection with the Bergamo players is worrying, on the other there is fear of the presence of ultras from the Red Star of Belgrade in support of the Neapolitans. In short, there is the risk that beyond the Champions League match, Naples will become the scene of settling scores between different factions. Also divided by a presumed political idea, with the Germans on the left and the Neapolitans on the right.
March 12 – 14:10
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