The supporters of the Juventus Stadium were not given the opportunity to leave after their match against Udine on Wednesday night.
In fact, according to local media, they were banned from entering the ground as well.
According to the report, the Turin-based football club’s fans were denied access to the stadium for over four hours, despite having a special permit for the occasion.
The report also stated that the Turino-based club had asked Juventus to provide them with a special dispensation, but the club did not give in.
After the match, the supporters were informed by Turin’s mayor that they could continue to leave their seats, and the Turins fans did so anyway, but it was not until Thursday evening that the fans were allowed to return to the stands.
However, there is still a lot of uncertainty about the incident and what exactly went on inside the stadium.
For example, how long did the Juventus supporters stay at the stadium after the match?
Did they have any other tickets to take with them?
Did the fans have to leave any of their possessions behind, such as jerseys?
Did the stadium staff ask the fans to leave, or were they allowed to take their seats on their own?
What did the police say about the fans leaving the stadium?