The streets of Tirana like a battlefield. The night of the urban guerrilla unleashed by the ultras of Feyenoord and continued by the Romanists leaves a toll of madness: 12 injured, including nine Albanian policemen and two supporters of Rome, sixty arrested and 80 supporters arrived from the capital brought to Durres and sent back in Italy.
In Tirana clashes between Roma and Feyenoord fans: agents also hit with stones and bottles
This last operation, the local authorities say, went on until dawn and not without moments of very strong tension: with the collaboration of our Embassy in Tirana, the Albanian special forces have put in place a real blitz to remove the yellow and red ultras. What happened, in part, was predictable, and not only for the rivalry between fans: choosing to play the first final of the Conference League in a stadium built in record time among the streets of the city nightlife was not a far-sighted choice. part of European football politics. In these hours, the city is closed to traffic and all public offices are closed: the problem is that charters full of Dutch without tickets continue to arrive even in places such as Skopje, Podgorica or Pristina from where, then, it is possible to reach Tirana with a few hours by car.