Naples – Green light for German fans in the first leg Champions League From March 15th at Maradona. In fact, the Fifth Section of the Regional Administrative Court of Campania (President Maria Abbruzzese) welcomed it unexpectedly and surprisingly Urgent request submitted by Eintracht Against the ban on selling tickets to German residents for next Wednesday’s match against Napoli.
2,400 fans arrive in Naples
The judge did not take into account the sufficient reasons (the risk of new incidents after the one in the first leg of last February 21 and the possible offside of the Atalanta Ultras, allied with Frankfurt) that inspired the previous disqualification ruling ordered by Kasems. The suspension of ticket sales has therefore been lifted and 2,400 will be able to leave for Italy, despite the very strong alarm of public order and the tight deadlines for reopening the box office.
A legal battle looms
The Ministry of the Interior, the Prefecture – Regional Office of the Government of Naples, the Naples Police Headquarters and the Blue Club, which did not appear before the TAR, were displaced. The county will appeal to the State Council on Monday, only a new clause on “suspension” can now prevent tickets from being sold again in Germany. A legal battle looms.
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