Wednesday , June 23 2021

Italian coach Massimo Carrera said goodbye to fans at Sheremetyevo

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Gregory Telingater
Gregory Telingater

Photo: Alexander Safonov, "Championship"

No Spartak coach has seen such a lust. Report from Šeremetyeva

At some point the Italian had to escape from the fans.


There is nothing sincerely in football than forgiving the fans with their idol. Around the "Spartacus" recently there has been a confusion of information where everyone is pursuing their interests. But what happened in Sheremetyevo today is a true feeling of supporters. Even if it did not happen at the stadium, but at the airport.

Initially, the fans were scattered at the airport. Fans were on duty at various entrances to Sheremetyevo, some stayed on the street, and most gathered at the entrance to the "green corridor". Many fans did not just have scarves of "Spartacus," but with an image or a name Carrera.

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Spartak's fans mildly forgave their beloved trainer.

Massimo arrived at the terminal by 12:00, as announced. He already waited for about a hundred people and a large poster with thanksgiving.

The strings were pretty chaotic. The Italians were surrounded by 6-7 lines. There was little to come directly to the coach. Especially since he still had to apply for a flight. That's why I had to break the crowd.

Photo: "Championship"

Carrera's interpreter, Arty Fetisov, tried the best that he could arrange the coach to go to the bills of attendance, physically and convincingly raising the way.

When Massimo entered the airport building, there was a collapse. Hundreds of fans were waiting for the coach, and hundreds were watching them out there. Airport inspection staff within the metal detector simply could not handle the influx of people.

A dozen policemen struggled to cope with the crowd. It looks like the airport was not ready for such an invasion. This is understandable: in Moscow for the first time in modern history, the coach was so.

Obviously, I did not expect such a measure of farewell to Carrera. To get to the reception, he had to escape from the crowd. Massimo suddenly turned to the moving staircase and drove away. The police did not allow the fans behind. In search of Carrer, he was offensive with the insulting singing of his recent employer – Leonid Fedun.

After 10 minutes, Massimo was on the checkout shelves. This time, there are already some attempts to simplify the process. He loves fences. Police personnel and airport keepers were behind the small fences.

Then Massimo left the fans and distributed dozens of autographs. Again, the demand was much greater than the supply, that is, the ability of the coach, that his minority had come. To respect all who wanted to take photos or get an autograph, Carrera would need five hours, while Massimo had a scheduled flight to Milan at 14:35. Though it would be a fantastic story, if Carrera delayed a flight to fans.

Carrera did not say anything (in every sense of the word) and went into control of passports through the green corridor. A little disappointed that it happened more than two hours before leaving – at 12:25. Colleague Daniel Borozdin met with several fans who saw Mass late. People are honestly asking, "How is that? He usually communicates with the latest fans."

A total of about a thousand people gathered for Italian holidays. Massimo was already out of sight, and a multitude of red and white people continued to applaud and sing his name. No Spartak coach was honored with such improvised improvised forgiveness.

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