With the season drawing to a close, it appears that some of the Ultras from around the peninsula have some left over pyro they need to use before the summer, and once again Forza Italian Football have got a recap of all the Calcio Choreography from across the weekend.
From the violent scenes that took place in Bergamo to two real old school pyro displays, and the more pleasant side of Ultra culture which took place over the holiday period we have a real Easter treat in store for you
Top Left: The Fiesole showing their respects to their twinned club Hellas and Marco Rossetti or ‘Pacciani’ a prominent Hellas fan who died rcently in a motoring accident.
Bottom Right: Viola Ultras showed their respects to the 96 that lost their lives at Hillsborough and took a dig at the government that bungled the inquiry from the start and the injustice it caused.
While the Fiorentina fans showed their respects the Roma Ultras had plenty to celebrate as they secured Champions League football next season and what better way to start a party of than with a pyro display, after all “No Pyro No Party”
Back in the early 1990’s during the glory days of the Italian Ultra scene Bari were one of the most impressive outfits around when it come to pyro shows and choreography, and with the Stadio San Nicola being one of the largest stadiums in Italy, it helped create a pretty intimidating atmosphere.
But with the Ultra culture back on the rise, the Bari Ultras have once again returned the San Nicola back to it’s former fearful glory and this Easter’s fixture against Latina was not only just the latest, in what has been a more than impressive season in terms of Ultra culture for Bari, but possibly one of the best displays in the country this year .
Since footballing rivalries were first created traditionally left wing Atalanta Ultras have been fighting like cat and dog with the right wing Ultras of Hellas Verona but this time it was personal.
The nasty scenes that took place in Bergamo over the weekend were fuelled buy something a little more personal than just politics. Hellas Verona Ultras have repeatedly insulted the memory of former Atalanta player Piermario Morosini, who sadly died in 2012.
At the time of Morosini’s passing the Hellas mocked tributes that where made to the fallen player and on the anniversary of his death, they felt the need to spoil Livorno’s efforts to pay a fitting tribute to his passing. So when the two sides finally met fresh wounds were created, revealing the darker side of Ultra Culture.
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