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****in' idiots their all pointing the finger at Italy these good for nutting faggets. It's 1 stupid ****in moron that did this and he should be locked up for life and let us continue with Serie A what the ****k!
 

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RIP to Fillippo Raciti who died for no reason at all except stupidty,mother**** all these bitch people,why do they do that?you protest but violence isnt the damn solution,this is shocking to me.
 

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Fuk man...


RIP to Fillippo Raciti...

So, all competitions will probably be posponed for few days/weeks, right???
 

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All that happened and Catania + Palermo haven't played in CL yet. :rollani:

Realy stupid fans, their teams have a golden chance to get two Champions League tickets for the next season, but now I wonder if UEFA will ban them from European competitions.
 

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N.W.A would be proud of Sicilians right now..
 

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I know its pretty sad. This Sicilian derby had special meaning to it, since catania and Palermo are bitter rivals, and they had met each other after a very long time this season and the game was purposefully moved to friday evening, because of security concerns. Guess, it wasn't enough. I cant believe why are fans still allowed to bring flares? While flares are good for showpiece, it was been proven in the past that they can be pretty dangerous (ask dida). And if its you in the wrong places, you can die, as that happened with the poor policemen.

And **** Gudolin and Cantania's president Pulvirenti, blaming each other fans, after such a big tragedy. Its high time that Italian police starts taking stadium issue security once again.
 

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If these idiots cause my dreams of seeing a derby to lay in ruins they may replace jube and bilan as my 2 most hated teams. Dam idiots.:frustrat:
 

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Shabaz said:
I know its pretty sad. This Sicilian derby had special meaning to it, since catania and Palermo are bitter rivals, and they had met each other after a very long time this season and the game was purposefully moved to friday evening, because of security concerns. Guess, it wasn't enough. I cant believe why are fans still allowed to bring flares? While flares are good for showpiece, it was been proven in the past that they can be pretty dangerous (ask dida). And if its you in the wrong places, you can die, as that happened with the poor policemen.

And **** Gudolin and Cantania's president Pulvirenti, blaming each other fans, after such a big tragedy. Its high time that Italian police starts taking stadium issue security once again.
I actually thought they moved the game to Friday because there was a religious fesitival being held in Catania over the weekend.
Good point mate on the stadium security issue.......the police need to come back into the ground and try and make the stadia a safer venue.
 

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Shabaz said:
I know its pretty sad. This Sicilian derby had special meaning to it, since catania and Palermo are bitter rivals, and they had met each other after a very long time this season and the game was purposefully moved to friday evening, because of security concerns. Guess, it wasn't enough. I cant believe why are fans still allowed to bring flares? While flares are good for showpiece, it was been proven in the past that they can be pretty dangerous (ask dida). And if its you in the wrong places, you can die, as that happened with the poor policemen.

And **** Gudolin and Cantania's president Pulvirenti, blaming each other fans, after such a big tragedy. Its high time that Italian police starts taking stadium issue security once again.

They aren't allowed Shabaz. The normal fans get searched and even lighters get confiscated. Atleast thats what I read on the other forums. Apparently their are 2 standards. If you are an ultra you can take in whatever you want.

This is the final straw the police need to crack down on the ultras. I know they bring a great atmosphere to the game and add a lot. But that isn't worth this crap which happens each season. Something must be done.
 

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I actually thought they moved the game to Friday because there was a religious fesitival being held in Catania over the weekend.
Good point mate on the stadium security issue.......the police need to come back into the ground and try and make the stadia a safer venue.

You are both right.

This religious festival of St. Agatha (I think) basically means that there's a big festival on the streets with lots of people. Add this to a possible riot, and things would've been even worse with all those people in the city. So they moved the game to Friday. Originally authorities wanted to move it to 15:00, but both presidents protested and so they moved it to 18:00 --> you all saw what happened...

I heard the whole riot kicked off because police didn't allow Palermo fans to enter the stadium until the beginning of the 2nd half. They got so pissed that the moment they got in they started fighting, and the unorganized police force (actually police leaders also have a resposibility here IMO) was unable to prevent the escalation of the incidents.
 

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It’s reported that the meeting between the Government and football authorities will decree the rest of the season be played behind closed doors.

Imagine ppl who have ordered their tickets for some time ago, imagine players playing half a season behind closed doors and how it reflects into their morale, imagine derby played behind closed doors, imgine Javier Zanetti lifting the Scudetto trophy in air in a EMPTY Giuseppe Meazza!! This is the worst what can happen.

I'll go and find the one who killed the policeman and shoot a ****ing bullet into his head if this will occur.
 
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The guy who killed this policeman should be hanged in public with his balls cut off and shoved in his *******, what a pighead
 

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alvaro said:
It’s reported that the meeting between the Government and football authorities will decree the rest of the season be played behind closed doors.

Imagine ppl who have ordered their tickets for some time ago, imagine players playing half a season behind closed doors and how it reflects into their morale, imagine derby played behind closed doors, imgine Javier Zanetti lifting the Scudetto trophy in air in a EMPTY Giuseppe Meazza!! This is the worst what can happen.

I'll go and find the one who killed the policeman and shoot a ****ing bullet into his head if this will occur.

This ain't ****ing fair. WTF must this happen when I am suppose to go and watch the derby my first inter game. Life must really hate me.:frustrat::frustrat:
 

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The English system for clamping down on hooligans worked because they took it seriously. When someone makes a mistake there, they pay the price, but in Italy nobody ever pays. The Curva is a law unto itself and for too long the media has aided, abetted and even applauded the use of flares and insulting banners.”

Great words form the Calcio C President but this I don't agree on

“A week won’t make any difference. We have to stop for a year or two,” announced the representative of the Third Division clubs.

A year, OK this season, but not for yet another one


According to rumours from within the two camps, the season will be halted for two weeks and when it resumes, it will be behind closed doors for the rest of the campaign.


This will give the clubs and local councils the necessary time to complete renovation work that should already have brought the stadiums up to code under the Legge Pisanu ruling.


The Legge Pisanu demanded all clubs and arenas ensure CCTV footage, numbered and named tickets, stewards paid for by the sides to police the fans and adequate turnstiles, but so far very few stadiums fit the bill.

All from channel4.com
 

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Playing behind closed doors isn't good for Inter.

We already played all of our big games outside Milano, and now we can't have our fans in every single big game this season?!

We need those fans.

Roma, Pelermo, Milan and Lazio?

Why should we be punished?! for what?
 

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[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular]Matarrese: Don't panic[/FONT]
Sunday 4 February, 2007
[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular]Lega Calcio chief Antonio Matarrese has warned against a snap decision in the wake of the Sicilian riots.
[/FONT] [FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular]All football activity in the peninsula was suspended with immediate effect after a police officer was killed in a battle with Catania fans on Friday evening, but it’s rumoured that if the campaign does resume, it will be behind closed doors for two weeks - or even for the rest of the season.
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[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular]“This pause for thought has been very useful and I shared FIGC Commissioner Luca Pancalli’s important decision. I made the same choice in 1995 when Vincenzo Spagnolo was killed before Genoa-Milan,” said Matarrese, who was head of the Federation the last time calcio was halted.
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[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular]“But we mustn’t throw the baby out with the bath water. I cannot imagine a country that bends down to accommodate criminals. We can’t show such weakness.
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[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular]“I don’t appreciate those who say this season should end here, or that we should play in empty stadiums. It would mean destroying an immense and gratifying sport. Everyone should take the opportunity to calm down and stop panicking.”
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[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular]The Lega Calcio was already engaged in a battle with the FIGC to elect the next President of the Federation and Matarrese took this chance to push for a place at the meeting with Government officials set for this afternoon.
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[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular]“I ask Commissioner Pancalli to remember that we, the motor behind Italian football, cannot sit inert while decisions are made for us. We want to be part of the process and contribute to the choices made.”
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[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular]Nonetheless, the representative of the ‘union’ of Serie A and B clubs did confess that the Legge Pisanu recommendations have not been implemented – such as CCTV networks, club-organised stewards and security checks.
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[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular]“I agree that perhaps we didn’t entirely respect the new laws due to a series of issues, such as the lack of funds from the local councils. We realise that we have to implement these rulings in full. At this point, though, we are starting to understand that our financial resources are not enough to cover these costs.”
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[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular]Matarrese also pointed the finger at the constant media debate over refereeing errors and rivalry that further intensified the hooligan element in stadiums.
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[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular]“We recognise we have made stupid mistakes and some Presidents used the wrong tone in their comments that further inflamed popular feeling around the teams. I feel ashamed about that. But now to throw away everything good about this sport strikes me as irresponsible. Stadiums cannot be closed, as football must win back its role at the centre of this country.”[/FONT]
 

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PLay may continue after two weeks with us against the Capital squad:
http://www.goal.com/en/Articolo.aspx?ContenutoId=226185

"Two weeks without football and and two weeks "behind closed doors", and things will restart again with Inter-Roma. It's been a day full of consultations, with the sporting world wanting to restart Sunday already, even behind closed doors, and the government insisting that play would be resumed only when the stadiums will be completely safe. "
 
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