“Minister Piantedosi has guaranteed me full commitment and I understand that there is an orientation towards the travel ban”: Robert Gualtierimayor of Rome takes stock in view of Roma-Feyenoord, return leg of the quarter-finals of the Europa League on 20 April.
According to what has been learned, the Deputy Prefect Vicar of Rome, Raffaella Moscarellahas convened a meeting of the Provincial Committee for public order and safety for tomorrow, 1 April, at the outcome of which, in view of the Europa League match, it will formalize, following the opinion of the Analysis Committee on the safety of sporting events , the decision to close the away sector of the Olympic stadium and to ban the sale of tickets in all other sectors to residents of the Netherlands.
Roma-Feyenoord, the Viminale decides: towards the stop to the trip of the Dutch fans
“We know that there are those who will come anyway, but they will be isolated. What we hope is that there is a very strong commitment to prevent damage to the city, I am in any case confident”, adds Gualtieri returning to the possible travel ban for the Dutch fans.
“There is no ideal solution, it is an extreme measure in cases where the risk and danger to public safety is proven. These are measures that should never be the norm but in this case there are reasons to have this orientation”.
Roma-Feyenoord, high risk of clashes between ultras: “We will destroy the city”. Gualtieri asks for the travel ban
by the Rome editorial staff
The last Roma-Feyenoord, also in the Europa League, was preceded by the assault of the Dutch on the Spanish Steps and by the damage of hundreds of thousands of euros that fell to Bernini’s Barcaccia. Clashes with the police continued throughout the afternoon, before the match, even in Piazza del Popolo and inside Villa Borghese.
The tension between the two fans is very high: they touched and pecked each other for two days in Tirana, last May, for the Conference League final.