Netease Sports reported on October 10:
Earlier, Juventus chairman Andre Agnelli angered ASL's intervention in a statement. Agnelli said that the Serie A rules clearly apply to the current Naples case, and then this rule has not been followed, otherwise ASL will not intervene.
De Luca responded, “In the face of law and health, the Serie A rules have no effect. Players must abide by the relevant anti-epidemic rules like all Italian citizens. It is ASL’s decision that Naples cannot go to Turin. On the other hand, Juventus insisted on the game. Bring the caddy to the stadium."
"We avoided transmitting the new crown virus to Ronaldo, but no one came to thank us. Just imagine if Naples was like
DeLuca also criticized Juventus chairman Agnelli. "I think the Juventus chairman is not only passionate about football, but also about philosophy. He reminds me of Schopenhauer's famous saying: "Honor is never won, but it must never be lost." If I also act like him , I lost my sense of sports honor."
In addition to Agnelli, Italian national team coach Mancini, who was previously dissatisfied with the epidemic prevention regulations, was also criticized by DeLuca. "He shouldn't speak in such a way that it doesn't matter to him. I told him with sympathy that everyone has their own responsibilities that must be adhered to. If other industries have to set special rules outside the law like football, The health department and ASL can be closed and dissolved."