Italians Andrea Poli, Riccardo Orsolini and Marco Di Vaio and Brazilian Angelo Da Costa, members of Bologna, called the club’s fans by surprise on Wednesday who live alone to show their closeness at this time of coronavirus emergency. “Andrea Poli, Angelo Da Costa, Riccardo Orsolini and Marco Di Vaio called some of our fans who live alone. A little surprise to feel closer in this difficult period,” reads the statement published by Bologna, which attaches a video of the calls.After more than two weeks without soccer due to the coronavirus pandemic, fans subscribed to the Renato Dall’Ara stadium were surprised with the call of some of their idols, with those who were talking for a few minutes to tell how they are doing. Bologna chose some of the leaders of the squad, such as Orsolini and Poli, and the head of talent recruitment, Di Vaio, former player of Valencia who played 148 games and scored 66 goals in Serie A with the Bolognese team shirt. Italy has so far registered more than 6,800 deaths and more than 69,000 infected by coronavirus and the government has ordered the closure of all businesses except pharmacies and supermarkets in an attempt to contain the emergency.
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