Rome: Another derby without ultras...

Rome: Another derby without ultras...

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The security situation in Stadio Olimpico has continued since the last Derby della Capitale leading to another boycott by ultras of both Lazio and Roma.

At the derby last Sunday estimated only 10 000 football fans attended the match, and a total lack of atmosphere.

Instead of attending the match, ultras of Lazio gathered inside a building to watch the match on TV. While the Ultras of Roma took to the streets to protest.

For several months now fans of both clubs have boycotted home games in protest of the decision to split the supporter stands with barriers. In middle of the stands, authorities have imposed glass fences as well as “security lines” to split up the crowd of supporters. Both famous Curva Nord (Lazio) and Curva Sud (Roma) is effected by this.

The matche ended 4-1 for Roma, but football as a whole lost at the weekend.

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