The dwelling of Italy’s 1982 World Cup hero Paolo Rossi was burgled during his funeral agree to support to virtually the order of the subject of Saturday, local reports find the maintenance for advice.
The footballer’s funeral was held in the north-eastern city of Vicenza after he died re speaking Thursday at the age of 64.
Italy’s Ansa news agency said Rossi’s wife, Federica Cappelletti, returned domicile from the ceremony to locate their domicile in Tuscany had been blinking into.
A watch belonging to Rossi and cash were together plus the items reported stolen.
The crack-in has been reported to the police and an breakdown is out cold mannerism.
Rossi and his relatives lived in a farmhouse in Poggio Cennina, a resort overlooking the Val d’Ambra southeast of Florence, where Rossi ran an organic crop growing company.
His death triggered an outpouring of grief in Italy, where he is widely regarded to be one the country’s best attacking players of all period.
He scored 20 goals in 48 appearances for the Italian national side, including six during the team’s World Cup self-starter in 1982.
At club level he was a prolific scorer for Vicenza and Juventus, following whom he won two Serie A league titles.
Vicenza was where thousands of mourners gathered to publicize their last goodbyes to Rossi a propos Saturday.
His coffin was carried to the Santa Maria Annunciata cathedral by his teammates from the 1982 World Cup-winning side, including Marco Tardelli, Giancarlo Antognoni, Antonio Cabrini and Fulvio Collovati.
Italy’s 1982 World Cup hero dies aged 64
“I have not without help drifting a team mate, but with a friend and a brother,” said Cabrini during the bolster.
“Together we fought, we won and we sometimes loose, always picking ourselves occurring even in the tilt of disappointment. We were portion of a work, that group, our organization. I didn’t think he would depart in view of that soon.”
Before the funeral, Rossi’s coffin was placed at the Stadio Romeo Menti in Vicenza, where supporters could lay flowers and pay their respects.
Meanwhile, football players wore black armbands in memory of Rossi for Saturday’s fixtures in Italy.
A minute’s silence was observed by now kick-offs, behind Rossi’s photo projected around large screens gone the words “Heroes never die” and “Ciao Paolo”.