Conte received a threatening letter delivered to Inter's headquarters (see article). The Nerazzurri technician was heard by the investigators. Following what was revealed by "La Stampa"
SUSPECTED – He has no idea who sent him the letter full of threats. He does not recognize the writing, nor the content makes him think of anyone who may have put those hate-filled words on paper. The only suspect by Inter coach Antonio Conte is that he was the fan of an opposing team, angry about Inter's good results in the league. He said this yesterday to the Carabinieri of the Investigative Unit, during a listening session that took place in the offices of the club headquarters, in Viale Liberazione.
REFERENCES – The writer makes explicit references to the family members of the coach, daughter and parents included, complete with names and surnames, and tells Conte that he should never have gone to coach Inter. Use a cultured Italian, with verbs and punctuation in the right place, and this makes you think of someone with a medium-high education degree. The threats and "warnings" are plural. "We know where you live … We know who your daughter is." Precise information, which connotes a good knowledge of the private life of the coach, but which does not raise great concerns, because they can be found by anyone on the web.
WALKING TRACKS – There is no reference, however, to making people think of organized support groups or some other category of people. The author does not identify himself, he does not claim. And, precisely for this reason, the track most beaten by the carabinieri is that the sender may instead be an Inter fan, angry because the former Juventus coach sits today on the Nerazzurri bench. There was also an 8 gauge cartridge in the envelope, a bullet of those used for hunting.
Source : La Stampa – Monica Serra
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