Monza to hold a moment of silence in respect to Assago's attack
Monza centre-back, Pablo Mari was among the casualties when last week a 46-year-old Italian man took a knife from the shelves and randomly stabbed people in the store. With the cashier reportedly dead, Monza has announced plans for a minute's silence to pay respect.
Last week in a supermarket near Milan, a 46-year-old Italian man took a knife from the shelves and randomly stabbed people in the store with Arsenal's on-loan defenderPablo Mari
being among the people who got stabbed in the torso.
The cashier, named
Luis Fernando Ruggieri
, reportedly lost his life during the incident while the aggressor has been arrested by the authorities as they ruled out the incident having terrorist essence.
Serie A clash with Bologna, the newly-promoted Serie A club has announced they will wear special shirts with the message 'Come back soon, Pablo' as well as keeping moment of silence in honor of the man who lost his life.
said in a statement on Sunday:
"Before the kick-off of Monza-Bologna, a minute of silence will be observed at the U-Power Stadium to remember Luis Fernando Ruggieri, the victim of Assago's insane attack.
"Furthermore, in the pre-match warm-up, the red and white players will wear a special T-shirt dedicated to Pablo Mari."
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