La Stampa reports a sentence from Allegri’s deputy to the Napoli coach that would have ended up in the reports of the federal prosecutor’s envoys in Turin
The controversies do not stop after Juve Napoli. At the center of the storm is Massimiliano Allegri’s deputy, Marco Landucci. According to what was reported by the Press, in the corridor towards the changing rooms after the match won by the Neapolitans with a goal in added time, he would have said to Spalletti: “Pelato di m …, I’ll eat your heart”. A heavy insult that ends up in the three pages of attachments on Juve-Naples drawn up by the four envoys of the federal prosecutor’s office in Turin.
Refereeing and opponents
Landucci was “visibly upset about some refereeing decisions” against Spalletti. The two, according to the report of the federal delegates, “found themselves about a meter away from each other. At this juncture, Landucci addressed the following words to Spalletti: “Pelato di m…, I’ll eat your heart”. Spalletti didn’t react when he took the side corridor that leads to the Napoli dressing room”. The insult would have been clearly heard by one of the four federal investigators and today, Tuesday 25 April, together with referee Fabbri’s report, it will be examined by sports judge Gerardo Mastrandrea.
April 25, 2023 (change April 25, 2023 | 14:21)
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