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Watched it on Bet365.

Ultras blocked the tunnel so the players couldn't get by while riot police protected the players.

The players, bar Sculli, took off their tops until Rossi agreed to meet the ultras tomorrow.

Apparently the reason Sculli faced them was he has a grandfather who is very important in the Calabria mafia and the ultras know this. :lol:

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From ESPN

Genoa's Serie A game with Siena on Sunday was suspended for 45 minutes due to crowd disturbances at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.

A large group of Genoa fans accumulated around the tunnel area and threatened to invade the pitch early in the second half with their side 4-0 behind.

After a break of 20 minutes, the match officials and the Siena team left the field with the furious fans applauding them, but not letting the Genoa players approach.

Home captain Marco Rossi spoke with the group, who demanded the Genoa players took off their shirts before leaving the field.

After several more minutes, Rossi went round and collected his team mates' shirts, but Giuseppe Sculli refused to take his off and, with tears in his eyes, confronted the supporters, making it clear that he would not cave in to their demands.

A compromise appeared to be reached with the fans retreating from the tunnel and allowing the game to continue.

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Watched it on Bet365.

Ultras blocked the tunnel so the players couldn't get by while riot police protected the players.

The players, bar Sculli, took off their tops until Rossi agreed to meet the ultras tomorrow.

Apparently the reason Sculli faced them was he has a grandfather who is very important in the Calabria mafia and the ultras know this. :lol:

Incredible :lol:

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fuck sake that is mental imagine that happened in Scotland, Salmond would probably shut down the SPL

You can just see it at St. Johnstone v. Kilmarnock.

Tell you what though, if Celtic fans did it, they'd be praised as heroes by the media, remember, they are the only club in the history of football to be allowed to attack an opposing goalkeeper in a European tie, and then get the goalie done for diving.

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