Mar 24, 2021 · In 2015, Lazio striker Paolo Di Canio, who has multiple tattoos honoring Benito Mussolini, did a fascist salute to Lazio fans after a derby win over Roma. ...
Jul 20, 2021 · A banner signed by the Lazio ultras appeared on a bridge in Rome this evening: ‘Hysaj is a worm, Lazio is fascist.’ As if there were any doubts, one of the leaders of the ultras movement – Franco ‘Franchino’ Costantino – outlined the situation to the Adnkronos news agency.
Nov 12, 2019 · Before the IRR, Lazio’s supporters were apolitical; there were right-wing groups, left-wing groups, and mixed groups. The largest fan group in the history of Lazio was the Eagles Supporters.They were a mixed, apolitical group, which dissolved when the Roman fascist parties and criminal organizations decided to support the IRR to conquer the Curva.
Mar 24, 2021 · The great-grandson of Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini has signed his first professional contract with Serie A team Lazio. Romano Floriani …
Nov 22, 2012 · The right hand raised in the air in a straight-armed Roman salute was a symbol of Italy's former fascist dictator Benito Mussolini, often shared by Lazio Curva Nord supporters.
Lazio fans don't like black people even thy are own players.
Jul 21, 2021 · According to the” Kicker”, a banner appeared on a bridge in Rome on Monday evening with the inscription: “Hysaj is a worm, Lazio is fascist”. The Italian news agency Adnkronos quoted one of those responsible: “Historically, our fans have always been far-right, and I say this with pride.”That a player of the” Bella Ciao “had sung ...
Nov 07, 2019 · 7 November 2019. 09:06 CET. A new "anti-fascist" group of Lazio club fans aims to "destroy the stereotype" of the club's supporters. Italian club Lazio have a deeply rooted stereotype that their fans are overwhelmingly right-wing but a group of supporters have mobilised themselves to build a new “Laziale and Anti-Fascist” (LAF) identity.
Apr 24, 2019 · A group of football fans -- supporters of Serie A club Lazio -- have put up a banner reading "Honor to Benito Mussolini" and performed fascist salutes in …
Sep 26, 2021 · And for good reason, in Rome, there were many teams, including Lazio, Fortitudo, Alba Audace or even Roman. But in the mid-1920s, the fascist government of the time wanted the city of Rome, historically a symbol of power, to have a dominant team capable of representing Italy with dignity.
Two Tottenham Hotspur fans were in hospital with stab wounds and another 10 were injured after Lazio hooligans armed with baseball bats, knifes and knuckle-duster stormed a bar in Rome. The assault was the latest episode in a long history of racism and violence among some Lazio supporters. Neo-Nazi banners, Celtic crosses and nostalgic symbols of the wartime fascist dictatorship of Benito Mussolini are regularly paraded by hardcore Lazio fans at games in Rome's Olimpico Stadium. Those who congregate behind the north goal - the Curva Nord - are the most nororious as far right supporters who often target black players and chant anti-Semitic choruses. In , freshly signed Dutch defender Aron Mohammed Winter, a black Jew, was welcomed by graffiti outside Lazio training pitches reading "nigger Jew" and "Winter raus [out]! Over his four years at club, Winter managed to win over many former enemies in the stands - but not before he denied his Israeli origins. During an interview I said my name was Aron Mohammed because my father liked exotic names," Winter recalled years later in an interview with the Corriere della Sera. In , then-Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira and other black Arsenal players were abused throughout a Champions League game. In the same game Vieira was also repeatedly called "nigger" by Lazio's Serb defender and fan idol Sinisa Mihajlovic. Mihajlovic later apologised. In , a few days after Pope John Paul II died, Lazio was playing much-hated Livorno, which hardcore fans associate with far left politics. As soon as the minute's silence to commemorate the Polish pope was over, Lazio fans started chanting "Livorno Jews" and "Duce, Duce" - the nickname of Mussolini who implemented Hitler's racial laws in Itlay during the Second World War. During another game the same year, Lazio fan and Mussolini apologist Paolo Di Canio, now a manager at Swindon, infamously celebrated a goal by running to the crowd and giving the Curva Nord a fascist salute after scoring during the Rome derby. The right hand raised in the air in a straight-armed Roman salute was a symbol of Italy's former fascist dictator Benito Mussolini, often shared by Lazio Curva Nord supporters. Scuffles and clashes with other hooligans and police are regular occurrences, especially during the Rome's derby against AS Roma. One year ago two Roma fans were assaulted by Lazio supporters. One was stabbed in the backside - regarded as a humiliation. Other fans bombarded police with Molotov cocktails outside the stadium. Antipathy towards security forces grew even more bitter after Lazio fan Gabriele Sandri was shot dead by a policeman during clashes ahead a match against Inter Milan in Spurs also has a large Jewish fanbase. Sport Football. Lazio fans give the Nazi salute Reuters. A policeman takes pictures in a damaged pub after a fight in Rome Reuters.