June 2, 2023

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Football: Cagliari and Napoli clashes, 22nd Daspo to Sardinia Ultras

(ANSA) – Cagliari, April 18 – Twenty-two Cagliari fans have received a daspo from the Sardinian Metropolitan Police Commissioner, an expulsion measure from the states, because they were responsible for violent incidents that occurred during the last tournament before. And after the matches against Napoli and Inter. In particular, the Daspo group was launched for 17 people, between the ages of 19 and 48, including well-known members of the ultras group ‘Sconvolts’, for their participation on February 21 of last year in the clashes with the forces of the regime on the occasion of the Cagliari-Naples match. On that day, at the end of the match, a group of Rossoblu supporters arrived at the “guest sector” and threw smoke bombs, firecrackers and blunt objects at the opposing fans and rocks and bottles at the police. Three ultras were captured at once. Overall, for the incidents related to that match, the Cagliari Police Chief has issued 49 Daspo over time, of which no. 26 against the Cagliari Ultras and 21 against the Napoli fans, lasting from 1 to 8 years. Another Daspo group was issued to 7 Cagliari ultras (2 of whom also participated in the previous February 21 attacks) who on May 15, according to Digos confirmed, attacked 6 Inter fans who had just taken a taxi in Poito. She added, “The group – explained by the police command – collided with the vehicle with sticks and belts equipped with metal buckles, which led to its destruction. But to escape the attack, the taxi driver was forced to zigzag between pedestrians and cyclists, which led to a danger to public safety.” 22 Daspo have periods of 2 to 8 years and in the case of those who have previously received a restrictive measure, the obligation to appear before the police – from 2 to 4 years – will also be activated during matches. (handle).

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