Napoli fans are preparing a class action lawsuit.
Napoli kneeled 0-1 to AC Milan in the first leg of the quarterfinals of the 2022-23 season European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) held at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy at 4:00 am (Korean time) on the 13th. . The defeat on this day put a red flag on for Napoli to advance to the semifinals.
The start was good. In the first half, Napoli played the game in a sharper manner than AC Milan. Victor Osimen was missing, but Hvica Kvarachhelia launched an offensive. However, at the end of the first half, AC Milan collapsed in a counterattack and allowed the first goal. 토토사이트
Napoli counterattacked by Giacomo Raspadori in the 24th minute of the second half. At this time, an unexpected bad thing happened. In the 29th minute of the second half, Andre-Frank Jambo Angusa, who had received a yellow card earlier, was sent off with accumulated warnings. It’s not over. In the 32nd minute of the second half, Kim Min-jae made a strong appeal by swinging his arm after the foul. Kim Min-jae received a yellow card during the protest process and was confirmed to miss the second game.
In the end, Napoli lost to AC Milan. Diego Armando has to make a comeback in the second leg at Maradona Stadium, but the situation is not easy. Coach Luciano Spalletti’s worries are deepening as midfielder and defensive core Anguillasa and Kim Min-jae left due to punishment.
In the midst of this, news broke that Napoli fans were preparing a class action lawsuit. Italy’s ‘Football Italia’ reported, “Napoli fans have prepared a class action lawsuit against UEFA and referee Istvan Kovac in the first leg for ‘violation of fairness in sports’.”
The two organizations, ‘Neu Consumatori’ and ‘Napoli Club Maradona’, “prepare a class action lawsuit to demand damages of 150 million euros (approximately 216.2 billion won) from UEFA, President Alexandre Ceferin and Deputy Secretary-General Giorgio Marchetti. Yes, it has hurt millions of fans who love football. UEFA cannot treat Napoli this way.”
Napoli faces Ellas Verano in the 30th round of Italian Serie A at the dawn of the 16th, and then faces AC Milan in the second leg of the quarterfinals at the dawn of the 19th. Attention is focusing on whether they will succeed in advancing to the semifinals for the first time in the club’s history or whether the challenge for the ‘Big Year’ will come to an end.