After a few minutes it's clear the intent of the protest. Genoa ultras want their own team's players will take away the shirt because unworthy to wear it. Some representatives climb the barrier of plexiglass for 'direct' the operations.
Marco Rossi, captain of the Griffon, tried the path of confrontation. But the demand is clear and avoidable: those T-shirts must be delivered. Rossi starts the rounds among his companions, gathering them one by one. Mesto resists, then bursts into tears and surrender to the request of the ultras.
Peppe Sculli, instead, keeps hard. That t-shirt does not want to take away. Go and talk to the organizers of the protest, almost daring them. He gets on the plexiglass and speak face to face with them. Gets a sort of truce, and makes possible the resumption of the match after a few minutes it takes to restore a minimum order.The meeting concludes with more than half an hour of fake football, with the ultras turned back to camp and Genoa on the network before the final whistle of a match that marks the worst defeat.
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