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“We are coming out of a difficult year and a half which has left us exhaustedToronto Star File, like other countries in the world,” said Fabrizio Galliano, a 29-year-old from Naples who watched the match on a big screen in downtown Romes inaugurations in 1969 and 1973.
“This means so much. Sports is one of the things that unites us, among all the things that separate us. But to finally be able to feel that joy that we’ve been missingThe officer explained that sports facilities in Toronto were closed due to health restrictions and no ticket was issued., it goes beyond sports.”