You surely have notice that yesterday in Turin there was no flags and banners in away fans are, almost no chants and many people without the scarf in sign of protest. Neither ultras group Boys Parma 1977 were there, even if they all already paid regular ticket they prefer to go back than gettin into without they symbols.
Facebook page “I ribelli degli stadi” summarized well the facts:
“‘Megaphone can’t enter’
‘Drum can’t enter’
‘Banner can’t enter’
‘And flags neither’
And so, in Turin, as protest, also Parma ultras stayed outside the stadium.”
You have to know that all of them had paid regular ticket and that they, after taking this pic, went back home. No public order problems at all around the town.
This is the translation of the post that Boys Parma 1977 published today on their website. We are not professional translator, you can find the original post at this link.
“What happened today is surreal, without any logic, without any common sense.
Down from the bus we walk to the entrance, with megaphones, drum and banner on the shoulders. They don’t let enter anything, neither Coordinamento banner [Coordinamento – CCPC – is Parma coordination group for non ultras fans clubs]. No hint of a dialog, we receive a strict NO.
For us, getting into without banner IS IMPOSSIBLE, IT IS OUR ESSENCE, IT REPRESENTS THE MEANING OF LIFE FOR EVERY ULTRAS GROUP.
In front to such upstanding enforcers, that with the system by their side let us pay for banners on Superga got into during their derby, with Juventus connivance. Today they do their duty forbidding any kind of freedom.
With unnecessary arrogance. The same one that forbid Federico Aldrovandi face.
FOR THE JERSEY
FOR OUR BEING ULTRAS”