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  1. Avatar awtytravels
    February 16, 2019 @ 2:12 am

    So combs are a no but flares yes! Odd isn’t it?
    I love going to the stadium in Italy; I’ve never been to the Olimpico, but I’d love to go see the derby once, perhaps in the Roma’s Sud. I agree about the teetotalling experience, even though I do remember seeing Samp playing Genoa at Marassi through a literal wall of fog of Super Silver Haze… Here’s to hoping somebody breaks the Gobbi running streak, I’m bored to see Juve win!

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  2. Avatar Jonno
    February 17, 2019 @ 7:35 am

    Sounds like a great match to go to. Nothing beats a live football game even if the atmosphere was a little toxic. Its a shame the Italian League has become so one-sided with Juve dominance as it used to be so open. Can’t see them being caught for a few years unfortunately. Great post though, and great football write-up.

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  3. Avatar Hal Madsen
    February 17, 2019 @ 10:46 pm

    Felt like I was there and wish I was. Surprised to see 51,000 people were there. Seem to remember a boycott because of a barrier in the stands that city officials wouldn’t remove. Something like that? Anyway, glad you had a great time. Such a different perspective from fan seats.

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  4. Avatar Geoff stephenson
    February 19, 2019 @ 3:25 am

    Thanks for the blog and introducing me to the ‘proctologist’. – had to look it up.
    Don’t the rugby Azzuros play there (olimpico) as well?

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