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24 ago 2022

Ucraina, voglia di normalità: si gioca a calcio sotto le bombe

Ripartito il campionato, tra stadi senza pubblico e spogliatoi bunker. Sfide anche vicino al fronte

24 ago 2022
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FSC Mariupol's coach reacts during warming-up match against FC Nyva at a tiny Demydiv village stadium 20 kilometres north of Kyiv, on August 20, 2022. - The Russian invasion - that began on February 24 - put a Mariupol football club through the ordeal as their players fled the devastatingly bombed city with no thought of the game. Six months later and hundreds of kilometres away from their home base in a port hub on the Sea of Azov, FSC Mariupol are reassembled and intend to start a new Ukrainian football season. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
FSC Mariupol's coach reacts during warming-up match against FC Nyva at a tiny Demydiv village stadium 20 kilometres north of Kyiv, on August 20, 2022. - The Russian invasion - that began on February 24 - put a Mariupol football club through the ordeal as their players fled the devastatingly bombed city with no thought of the game. Six months later and hundreds of kilometres away from their home base in a port hub on the Sea of Azov, FSC Mariupol are reassembled and intend to start a new Ukrainian football season. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
FSC Mariupol (Ansa)
FSC Mariupol's coach reacts during warming-up match against FC Nyva at a tiny Demydiv village stadium 20 kilometres north of Kyiv, on August 20, 2022. - The Russian invasion - that began on February 24 - put a Mariupol football club through the ordeal as their players fled the devastatingly bombed city with no thought of the game. Six months later and hundreds of kilometres away from their home base in a port hub on the Sea of Azov, FSC Mariupol are reassembled and intend to start a new Ukrainian football season. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
FSC Mariupol's coach reacts during warming-up match against FC Nyva at a tiny Demydiv village stadium 20 kilometres north of Kyiv, on August 20, 2022. - The Russian invasion - that began on February 24 - put a Mariupol football club through the ordeal as their players fled the devastatingly bombed city with no thought of the game. Six months later and hundreds of kilometres away from their home base in a port hub on the Sea of Azov, FSC Mariupol are reassembled and intend to start a new Ukrainian football season. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
FSC Mariupol (Ansa)
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