It could seem off topic but this could be something so big it is important to be spread.
A bomb reportage about a mysterious suicide of a Juve fan is about to be broadcasted by Italian Rai 3 well-know TV program “Report” on 22nd of October. Behind that, as anticipated via twitter by Report account, “relationships between spies, ultrà, mafia and players. Unpublished documents reveals some prestigious football managers hypocrisy”
Cosa c’è dietro il misterioso suicidio di un ultrà juventino? Un’avvincente inchiesta dove si intrecciano i rapporti tra spie, ultrà, mafia e calciatori. Documenti inediti svelano l’ipocrisia di prestigiosi dirigenti del nostro calcio.
— Report (@reportrai3) October 1, 2018
In the teaser you see Beppe Marotta – that in these days officially left Juve – avoid journalist Federico Ruffo @FedericoRuffo question about the death Juve employee.
The journalist wrote this yesterday on his Facebook public profile by presenting the teaser. ***this is a not professional translation, to see original post screenshot at the end of the article***
We want to officially thank you Federico Ruffo for his professionality and his strength.
So he wrote: “I write it now, knowing that next month will be tough, full of hate, insults, insinuations, knowing that for years I will be known as the ‘mercenary bastard that sully Juventus because: 1- is a Roma fan; 2- wants to rise the audience; 3 – he is paid by anti-juve lobbies. I AM JUVENTINO. since always. I grew up studying the unnatural and elegant Platini pelvis twisting. I stared at ball fixed to Baggio foot against all physics laws, until believing that football wouldn’t have any relevance after him. Behind my eyes I still have fragments of Del Piero scoring, Zidane infinite levers, blind and uncontrolled Nedved fury, Trezeguet sly smile, laboring Conte Juve, until the unnatural fight to re-emerge from serie B.
I still feel the bitter of tears after Borussia, after Mijatovic gol, after Manchester penalties.
I am juventino, since always. In Rome, where being a juve supporter should be prized with a medal.
I am juventino, and I believe that the jersey goes beyond men and historical moments, a part from who track, write, engrave history.
I am juventino but before everything else I’m a journalist. And as a journalist I know that this reportage has nothing related with football: there is a man who lost his life, leaving a 10 years old son full of rage and questions and all of them deserves answers.
Here is talking about money, ‘Ndrangheta, stadium criminals and manager with a double ethics. It is one of most important works I ever made in years of career, brought on for love of sport, the true one, and for love of support, the one that doesn’t need to make money on other people’s passion.
Soon, really soon we will be back on TV.”