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Even a Napoliultra fan was detained and accused of killing the Inter Milan supporter who died after clashes outside the San Siro ahead of a Serie A match last December.
A 39-year-old Napoli enthusiast, fabio Manduca, is accused of driving the SUV that fatally struck a Inter supporter who died on December 26, Daniele Belardinelli.
Manduca, with a lengthy criminal record, has been charged with voluntary manslaughter.
Prosecutors feel that Manduca, that refused to answer questions by police in the investigation, has ties to the Camorra crime syndicate that is Naples-area.
The game was marred by racist chants which targeted Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly.
Back in March, five Inter supporters including the clubsultra leaders Marco Piovella and Nino Ciccarelli were sentenced to nearly four years because of their jobs in the clashes.

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