In the heart of the city of Rome, where the stadium is known as the ‘Piano of the Romans’, there’s a place called the ‘Liquor House’.
It is where the world’s most expensive beer can be bought and consumed.
But for this weekend’s Serie A game between Roma and Sampdoria, a few days after the team’s Champions League quarter-final defeat to Juventus, the stadium was completely deserted.
There was a massive police presence in the area, and a massive traffic jam was in place in the streets, with cars being towed out of the way.
What happened next is anything but peaceful.
The crowd at the stadium erupted into an epic riot, with at least eight arrests.
The following day, the police declared an ’emergency’, and set up a special command post at the Ligurian-run Arena.
The city’s local police force is being led by a special police officer from the national police, who is responsible for the ‘national’ police, but is also tasked with protecting the stadiums turf.
For the moment, the situation is stable.
The football stadium is being used as a temporary temporary home for the national football team, and the police are now working to build a new football stadium in Rome.
This means that for the next couple of weeks, there will be a lot of pressure on the players to stay on top of their game, and to play better than in the past.
But there are no guarantees that the players will get there, and their team will do well in the upcoming Serie A campaign.
As the players have no choice but to leave for the summer, this will only be an opportunity to test themselves against the best teams in Italy.