"Hitlerson 88", the Lazio shirt of shame in the Rome derby
The shameful anti-Semitic chants, revived once again by the Lazio ultras during the Rome derby, were not enough. In the Monte Mario grandstand, at the end of the match, a shocking photograph was taken: a man with a shirt "Hitlerson 88". Where the name is a clear reference to Adolf Hitler, while the number is a neo-Nazi call. The H, in fact, is the eighth letter of the alphabet and therefore 88 means "HH", or "Heil Hitler", the Nazi salute. So there's nothing to do with it Tom Basicmidfielder inserted by Maurice Sarri in the final: it is the Croatian who wears that shirt this season. But here the story is another. The usual, stupid and contemptible re-reading of History (the one with a capital letter) that glorifies Nazism and makes fun of the Shoah.