A few supporters in the area at the heart of the pestilence come back to normal yet others are afraid it will be too early. Around 40,000 Atalanta fans, the greater part of whom had traveled 30 miles from Bergamo home to Milan’s San Siro stadium, Mauro Ausilio was in a Champions League game against Valencia on February 19.
“The club qualified for the Champions League without precedent for history and I would not like to pass up a great opportunity,” Ausilio said.
In any case, obscure to them at the time, coronavirus had been circulating for quite a long time in Italy and the main local disease was affirmed two days later in Codogno, south of Milan.
Atalanta dominated the match, however, the installation is currently known as a detonator infection to murder an estimated 6,000 individuals across Bergamo, putting the area at the heart of the Italian pandemic.
Ausilio said he won’t watch on TV when Atalanta ‘s season continues behind closed doors on Sunday evening in a Serie A match against Sassuolo. After long stretches of hardship, the arrival of football is creating strain between some who consider it to be a stage towards normality and the individuals who think it is too soon.
“The last hardly any months have mentally affected all of us. I know individuals who kicked the bucket. And despite the fact that watching Atalanta is as yet a massive pleasure, a portion of the sparkles are missing,” Ausilio said.
Inside days, Ausilio’s dear companion, Diego Federici, has lost his parents to Covid-19. Federici accepts that it isn’t the best time to restart football for the individuals who have taken a major misfortune.
Bergamo town mayor Giorgio Gori also attended the match in San Siro with his child. Gori, after leading the city through the catastrophe, will currently limit the financial implications.
There’s always been a nearby bond between the individuals of Atalanta and Bergamo, to such an extent that each infant youngster in the region gets a scaled-down club replica pack.
The game comes as Bergamo prosecutors test officials as part of an investigation into potential mistakes made at the start of the pandemic drove by coronavirus casualties’ relatives.
Stefano Fusco, who lost his grandfather and is the originator of NOI Denunceremo (we will impugn), the party of relatives that initiated the case, said: “I was trusting the football game wouldn’t happen”.
Because in Italy football isn’t a game however a medication; I’m not saying individuals will overlook what happened yet maybe it will make them bring down their defenses … so I trust it’s an exhausting 0-0 score.