They came in making Nazi salutes. It was frightening. Rome was fresh in everyone's minds. Everyone realised this was serious.
They left and then we thought that was it, but five minutes later it started again.
The intruders did not get in to the bar because it was full of Spurs fans. There were drips of blood left in the bar. The owners barricaded the pub between the two waves of attacks.
In November last year, the President of the Italian Football Association apologised to the English FA following a "disgraceful attack" on Tottenham fans in Rome.
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