Curva Sud respond to Dimarco’s statement: “We appreciate the apologies” – photo

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan’s Curva Sud have accepted Federico Dimarco’s apologies after the Inter defender sang provocative songs following their derby win on Tuesday.

Some Milan supporters took exception to the fact that the full-back chose to mock and taunt Milan after the full-time whistle, as he grabbed the microphone and started a chant that includes references to violence which even Inter’s Curva Nord do not sing any more.

A banner was unveiled near his home with a rather obvious threat, and Dimarco published a story on his social media apologising for his actions.

The Curva Sud have now responded to the apology:

“The Dimarco case has held sway since Tuesday evening: we understand and share the desire to celebrate and celebrate, no one has ever dreamed of banning celebrations and teasing, but in a city like Milan there are limits that must never be crossed, on the one hand and on the other.

“Le Curve di Milano have been committed for 40 years to carrying out a non-aggression pact, a unique case in Italy that allows you to live our derby in respect, tranquility and loyalty.

“The chants and banners of mockery referring to players and clubs are one thing, ‘whoever doesn’t jump is a Rossonero or an Interista vaffanc… etc.’, a completely different matter are the chants of mockery towards an entire Curva (through the same song that the Curva Nord itself hasn’t sung on purpose for months).

“We appreciate the apologies of the player Dimarco, understanding that sometimes adrenaline and euphoria can play tricks, and we hope in the future not to see similar scenes again, on both sides.”

Screen Instagram Curva Sud Milan

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