Palermo general manager Rino Foschi received a surprise in the mail for Christmas – the severed head of a young goat, covered in blood.
At least Mr. Foschi is taking it in stride.
“I don’t have anything to do with that stuff, those are things you see in films,” Foschi said. “I’ve lived in Palermo for five years and I’ve never received any threats. I feel safe in Palermo. I don’t have anything to fear.
“I really don’t have any explanation. I don’t have any suspects to signal. Maybe some idiot wanted to make an ugly Christmas joke … Maybe I’m disliked for some soccer market moves.”
Crossposted at Soccer Dad.
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