Here's my story
I went to Rome from Perugia on the friday to pick up the tickets for me and my friend. When I came to Termini all
was caos. No busses or subway were going because a strike. Damn it I thought. What am i going to do now? But then
after approx. 30 minutes everyting started to roll again but there was massive trafficjams so it took me around
3 hours to go to Laziostyle to collect the tickets and back again to Termini to meet my friend who was arriving
We spent the friday night in the nice quartier Trastevere (even if I heard it's a romanista hang out) and then
we took the first morning train back to Perugia and stayed over the night, so we missed the derby dinner:(
Another time guys.
Anyways we arrived in Rome on sunday again and walked from piazza San Pietro towards Olimpico.
On the way you really felt the tension rise inside you when you saw all the people, poliziotti, helicopter
and heard the bombs in the background. Goosebumps. But then we made a grande mistake, hehe.
Instead of keep going on the road we thought we could go a little closer to the stadium but we ended up outside
la curva delle merde without the possibility to go further. So i quickly put my scarf inside the jacket and we
went back whistelling the way we came meeting all the romanisti watching on us.
Well back on the way we walked a bit and then appeard this great firework infront of us. My friend who never
has been to a great football match before became a little anxious but I said to who we must go there to reach
la Curva. So we went a little but then the police arrived and shot teargas and everyone who has felt it knows
that it is not a pleasent experience: you can't breath or see.
After that little intermezzo we reached la Curva and the feeling you get coming up from the stairs entering
the stadium is fucking priceless. The panorama, the songs, tifo, everything... Bellissima! Then Muslera
the great entered the stadium and then we crashed the Roma inno whith whisteling. I asked my friend after what
he thought about the Roma inno. He answerd "What inno?!?!" Haha I like that.
The game itself wasn't that great from my point of view. Lazio ruled the game over the team of chicken-ass
Ranieri. But the players hadn't confidence and Zarate was to lonely upfront. Then about the suspension of the
game I can say that I saw that the first bomb was thrown in the Lazio section.
After the game I became very proud of the Curva who was singing great even though we lost. I was also
surprised that I only heard chantings of Lotito one or two times during the game. Also very little against
After this there were some monkeybusiness outside the stadium but we managed get past it and back to the
We thank Laziofever, Paolo and every laziale for a great show and I hope we see each other soon!!