“Usual” anti-Semitic chants after the Rome derby. The battle is won with the laws and with the school
Here we go again. The return derby was a photocopy of the first leg. But the misadventures of Roger Ibanez have nothing to do with it. We are referring to what occurred in the stands where the by now usual anti-Semitic “little songs” were broadcast, provoking the reaction of the Jewish community which, with its president Ruth Dureghello, re-proposed the question of a few months ago: can one pretend Nothing? A question that bounces in the world of football. But not only. Can you pretend nothing happened?