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A Roma Ultra has been interrogated for shooting against three Napoli fans. He has been hospitalized with a broken leg.

According to the investigators, he provoked the Neapolitans and then fired some shotguns and then he was beaten by others.

He was also given a restrictive provision so he can't leave the hospital and will be probably further questioned.

The Ultra is Daniele De Santis which was involved, and later condemned, for the suspension of that Roma derby back in the days.

The fan in most serious conditions had a bullet in his spinal column, he'll have another surgery in the morning, he's in rough shape.

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Who is really in control of football matches in Italy?

The guy you can see above is the son of a Camorra Boss that yesterday decided Cup Final kick-off.

Furthermore, this guy was wearing a “Free Speziale” t-shirt, referring to Antonino Speziale, who was jailed for eight years following the death of police officer Filippo Raciti in February 2007.

People like this should not be allowed to go to the stadium.

What a shame!

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Who is really in control of football matches in Italy?

The guy you can see above is the son of a Camorra Boss that yesterday decided Cup Final kick-off.

Furthermore' date=' this guy was wearing a “Free Speziale” t-shirt, referring to Antonino Speziale, who was jailed for eight years following the death of police officer Filippo Raciti in February 2007.

People like this should not be allowed to go to the stadium.

What a shame![/quote']

We should kick this ass*oles from our stadiums.

How could I take my son to a football match if this is the shame he has to attend?

DASPO (a process by means of a supporter cannot partecipate to any sporting event) and repression against these criminals.

Same as England made against Hooligans.

REPRESSION.

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Who is really in control of football matches in Italy?

The guy you can see above is the son of a Camorra Boss that yesterday decided Cup Final kick-off.

Furthermore' date=' this guy was wearing a “Free Speziale” t-shirt, referring to Antonino Speziale, who was jailed for eight years following the death of police officer Filippo Raciti in February 2007.

People like this should not be allowed to go to the stadium.

What a shame![/quote']

What I don't understand is that the Italian authorities clearly know the organisers of the violence, but they're not doing anything about it. He and his anti social friends should be given life time banning orders.

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Handanovic; Ranocchia, Samuel, Rolando; Jonathan, Hernanes, Cambiasso, Kovacic, Nagatomo; Palacio, Icardi

Inter's starting lineup in today's Milan Derby!

Also:

Real Madrid full back Fabio Coentrao has reportedly decided to switch from La Liga to Serie A this summer with Inter his preferred destination.

The former Benfica player, who has a contract until 2017 with the Real, has instructed his agent Jorge Mendes of his decision to accept Inter’s offer of a summer move, and according to Fichajes.net, the agent and player have already discussed his future with the Madrid hierarchy and will now inform them that Inter is his preference.

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MILAN - Here are the two starting line-ups for AC Milan v Inter in Serie A 2013/14 Week 36 tonight at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (kick-off 20:45).

AC Milan: 32 Abbiati; 2 De Sciglio, 13 Rami, 5 Mexes, 21 Constant; 34 De Jong, 18 Montolivo; 23 Taarabt, 22 Kakà, 16 Poli; 45 Balotelli.

Subs: 1 Amelia, 59 Gabriel, 17 Zapata, 20 Abate, 25 Bonera, 4 Muntari, 10 Honda, 15 Essien, 28 Emanuelson, 7 Robinho, 11 Pazzini, 92 El Shaarawy.

Coach: Clarence Seedorf.

Inter: 1 Handanovic; 23 Ranocchia, 25 Samuel, 35 Rolando; ‎ 2 Jonathan, 88 Hernanes, 19 Cambiasso, 10 Kovacic, 55 Nagatomo; 8 Palacio, 9 Icardi.

Subs: 12 Castellazzi, 30 Carrizo, 4 Zanetti, 6 Andreolli, 14 Campagnaro, 33 D'Ambrosio, 11 Alvarez, 13 Guarin, 17 Kuzmanovic, 21 Taider, 20 Botta, 22 Milito.

Coach: Walter Mazzarri.

Referee: Bergonzi

Assistants: Giallatini & Dobosz.

Additional assistants: Damato & Ciampi.

Fourth official: Iannello.

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Inter are likely to buy Rolando?

He wants it but We'll have to see if Inter wants to pursue it.

I hope we get Morata and Coentrao from Madrid this offseason. Hamsik also joining would be absolutely shocking but I doubt it.

Icardi-Morata

Kovacic

Coentrao-Taider-Hernanes-Nagatomo

Jesus-Vidic-Camp

Handanovic

PLEASE OH PLEASE NEXT SEASON. Taider needs to play. Icardi Taider Morata Kovacic Jesus all 22 and younger :'( PLEASE DO THIS.

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Who is really in control of football matches in Italy?

The guy you can see above is the son of a Camorra Boss that yesterday decided Cup Final kick-off.

Furthermore' date=' this guy was wearing a “Free Speziale” t-shirt, referring to Antonino Speziale, [b']who was jailed for eight years following the death of police officer Filippo Raciti[/b] in February 2007.

People like this should not be allowed to go to the stadium.

What a shame!

Just 8 years? :eek:

Man, it sounds almost as bad as the Portuguese judicial system.

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He wants it but We'll have to see if Inter wants to pursue it.

I hope we get Morata and Coentrao from Madrid this offseason. Hamsik also joining would be absolutely shocking but I doubt it.

Icardi-Morata

Kovacic

Coentrao-Taider-Hernanes-Nagatomo

Jesus-Vidic-Camp

Handanovic

PLEASE OH PLEASE NEXT SEASON. Taider needs to play. Icardi Taider Morata Kovacic Jesus all 22 and younger :'( PLEASE DO THIS.

NEVERRRRR. :P

Nah but unless he loves Mazzarri more than anyone else in life, he won't play for another Serie A club imo. Really not a bad team, but would you really play Naga on the right? (I'm also hoping our relationship with Madrid outweighs Inter and Morata wants to join Napoli :P). I can see it being Bardi over Handanovic as well.

Claims Nilton to Inter has been agreed. 5.5m is a reported fee agreed with just his signature needed. I'd guess he'd be a starter over Taider.

Nani's also reported a done deal to Juventus for around 5m as well.

Roma set to talk with Pjanic within the next week to extend.

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This 3 at back formation isn't paying off. Really new formation is needed at Inter. Milan just outplayed Inter in every position. Icardi wasn't influential. Only Kovacic & Hernanes were giving something but the finishers were bad. Why Guarin din't started? Why wasn't he substituted early as we can see he changed the pace of the game completely for Inter but it was too late. Why no Zanetti? Inter was weak in tackling. All these mistakes contributes to our 1st derby defeat after 3 years.

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He is only an ultras leader' date=' let him be[/quote']

I don't have any problems with a group of supporters who like to make noise and use displays or even flares but when they're committing crimes then they need to pay their debt to society. Ultras shouldn't be above the law, and the Italian federations need to follow the effective British policing on this issue.

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He is only an ultras leader' date=' let him be[/quote']

He is a criminal, not a ultras leader.

In response to the other posts:

The Italian disease is not “football hooliganism” but a state that, at best, is impotent and in most cases is complicit with organized crime.:)

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9th v 10th as Lazio v Verona.

Both 5 points off Inter for 5th and both need a win.

Lazio: Berisha; Konko, Biava, Cana, Radu; Biglia, Ledesma, Lulic; Candreva, Mauri, Keita

Lazio bench: Strakosha, Guerrieri, Ciani, Dias, Anderson, Klose, Gonzalez, Pereirinha, Kakuta, Onazi, Perea

Verona: Rafael; Pillud, Moras, Marques, Albertazzi; Sala, Donadel, Hallfredsson, Iturbe, Toni, Marquinho

Verona bench: Nicolas, Borra, Romulo, Cacia, Cirigliano, Donsah, Rabusic, Gomez Taleb, Gonzalez, Cacciatore, Agostini

Lazio have Federico Marchetti, Helder Postiga and Ederson injured and Klose's only fit enough to make the bench. Mauri likely to be playing a false 9 with Keita and Candreva supporting him.

Verona have Domenico Maietta, Raphael Martinho, Massimo Donati and Bosko Jankovic injured, Romulo is fit enough to be on the bench and Marquinho and Iturbe support Toni.

Oh Luca Toni. Should've put that away.

Keita has made it 1-0 to Lazio.

Verona will take any Brazilian and make them good again. Marquinho! 1-1

Lulic has made it 2-1.

A great pass to Iturbe who makes it 2-2.

Luca Toni needs to be finishing these chances.

What a ball in to Romulo who taps it in. Verona take the lead. 3-2! Been a great game to watch.

Lulic was shown a straight red.

Albertazzi got shown a 2nd yellow and Lazio gets a 93rd minute pk.

PK was saved however it rebounded back to Lazio who put it away to make it 3-3. It ends 3-3.

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Juventus: Storari; Barzagli, Ogbonna, Chiellini; Lichtsteiner, Padoin, Marchisio, Pogba, Peluso; Osvaldo, Giovinco

Juventus bench: Buffon, Rubinho, Isla, Caceres, Bonucci, Pepe, Pirlo, Vidal, Asamoah, Tevez, Llorente, Quagliarella

Atalanta: Consigli; Bellini, Lucchini, Yepes, Brivio; Raimondi, Carmona, Baselli, Bonaventura; Maxi Moralez; Denis

Juventus have won the Scudetto already. Nedved has told Pogba to forget about the money offered by Madrid, United, City and PSG and to stay at Juventus. Giovinco and Osvaldo start together, Storari starts over Buffon and Padoin comes in for Pirlo. Peluso starts over Asamoah.

Kouliably is also reportedly in Italy to have a medical at Napoli according to Belgian media.

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