Harsh: Cagliari owner Massimo Cellino forced a kid to give away Marek Hamsik’s Napoli shirt
- November 29, 2012
It’s been Coppa Italia action in Italy throughout the week, and on Tuesday night Napoli squeezed past Cagliari with a narrow 1-0 win courtesy of a Marek Hamsik curler.
At the end of the match the TV cameras caught a strange moment as Cagliari owner Massimo Cellino began lecturing a young boy.
Whilst the players and coaches were milling about on the pitch, owner Cellino made a beeline straight for a kid who was walking around on the pitch with the shirt of Napoli match-winner Marek Hamsik.
Despite the object being of huge value to the youngster, the 55-year-old owner scolded the child for having taken an opposing team’s shirt before he lead him to a steward so that he could give the shirt away.
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