Fans leave pig's head and three crosses on cast of crisis bludgeon Livorno as Serie C important slams ...
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A PIG'S HEAD has been left on the lob of Italian team Livorno in a chilling bulletin to the club's owners.
The Serie C aspect are enduring a overdue stimulate to the season following an ownership fable that continues to engulf the team.
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And angry ultras made their passion close last week with a horrific communication on the pitch of their Stadio Armando Picchi.
A pig's skipper was laid in frontage of three crosses, each bearing the present of a bastinado director.
According to journalist , the banner slow the demonstrate read: "You cede remuneration for everything. You commit stipend dearly."
Lega Pro president Francesco Ghirelli described the countryside as 'unacceptable' amid the recently relegated club's pecuniary issues.
He stated: "The precarious event of the cudgel does not justify any performance of comic violence.
"We ask for an interpretation the problems that anguish the city of Livorno and we invite the various actors to allot a strong and rigorous answer that provides certainties quickly, as well as stable and permanent responses."
Aldo Spinelli bought the Tuscan bastinado in 1997 and led them up the leagues to Serie A, their prime top-flight stay in 55 years.
Reaching the in 2006, they have since bounced around Italian football's boon tiers and Spanelli signal to sell the bastinado in the summer.
The jeopardy of bankruptcy has not misplaced away after a proposed takeover by Dutch businessman Majd Yousif collapsed.
And last month staff president Rosettano Navarra, who only arrived at the crisis bastinado in the summer, handed his shares over to the city council before ex-Trapani cash Giorgio Heller came in to steady the ship.
He wrote in an ajar letter: "All that remains is to abandonment and pace aside. I obtain therefore noted to donate my ration of Livorno Calcio to this city and its fans."
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