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Coppa Italia semi-final Napoli vs Inter officially canceled

Coppa Italia semi-final Napoli vs Inter officially canceled

The Apennine Peninsula has panicked – they should be called the headlines of the newspaper. After the cancellation of a significant part of the meetings of the 26th queue of Serie A – the struggle at Coppa Italia also became a big question mark. Coppa Italia semi-final Napoli vs Inter officially canceled and the date of possible clashes has still not been revealed.

A real drama interspersed with panic has mastered the northern part of the Apennine Peninsula. Because that’s where it all began from Milan, where AC Milan and Inter Milan play their home games. There is no question of any mass events at the moment and football is also suffering at events related to the coronavirus raging in Italy. After the cancellation of a significant part of the meetings of the 26th Queue Serie A – the local authorities announced the suspension of Coppa Italia.

The first meeting of this year’s Italian Cup semi-finals is scheduled for tonight. AC Milan was to be a rival playing in front of his own audience. He had because the clash of charges of Maurizio Sarri with the guard of Stefan Pioli will not take place. AC Milan after receiving the final position of the Italian authorities returned home. Now they will be followed by a representative of the second club from Milan.


According to Italian media – Marco Valentini, acting as the prefect of the Campaign decided to cancel tomorrow’s clash, in which Napoli and Inter were to face each other. The official reason is the sharp rise in deaths from coronavirus which could drastically worsen the situation if a match is played.

Coppa Italia games have therefore been officially suspended. The dates of the clashes are a great unknown.

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