Rome-Lazio is behind closed doors but … 50,000 tickets have been sold

Rome-Lazio is behind closed doors but … 50,000 tickets have been sold
Rome-Lazio is behind closed doors but … 50,000 tickets have been sold

Not very high alert but armored Olympic, with the International tennis at the Foro Italico. The virtual coupons were used to raise funds for Roma Cares

Long reclamation operation, between yesterday evening and today, of the areas around the Olympic stadium in view of the derby. The alert is not very high, since the stadium is closed, but the precautions, also given the concomitance with the international tennis, are never too many.

Roma have sold almost fifty thousand (virtual) tickets with collections destined for Roma Cares, but the Olimpico will be desolately empty, with everyone hoping that it will be the last derby without the fans in the stands. In any case, although it is not a high-ranking game, the expectation is still high because in Rome it is always one of the most heartfelt games of the year.

low profile

The Romanists have not announced anything, various parades or rallies, on the contrary instead of other occasions, so only in the next few hours will it be discovered if they have decided to do something or not. While waiting for Mourinho to arrive, to whom most of the fans’ thoughts are dedicated, Roma hopes to close the season at the Olimpico in the best possible way. The players arrived in Trigoria this morning (the retreat is optional) and will spend the hours that will separate them from the last real match of the year in the sports center. The profile is low, considering the results of the last few weeks, but the desire of Fonseca and the players is not to disappoint the people again that this week, with the bulk purchase of virtual tickets, has nevertheless shown that it wants to be close to the team.

May 15, 2021 (change May 15, 2021 | 11:42 am)

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