There’s nothing new in a player leaving a club on a sour note.
But spare a thought for Italy international and current Torino forward Fabio Quagliarella who left Napoli for Juventus back in 2010 under pretty extraordinary circumstances.
I was forced to leave my hometown and Napoli sold me to Juventus. I had been falsely accused of being a Camorrist and of being a pedophile who was participating in orgies.Quagliarella (Sport Mediaset)
The 32-year-old was speaking at the trial of a Neapolitan postal policeman who is accused of stalking Quagliarella, as well as a number of high profile celebrities.
An anonymous letter sent to Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis claimed Quagliarella was partying with Camorra Mafia members and taking cocaine.
Mafia, cocaine, paedophilia and orgies.
And there was us thinking Sol Campbell’s move from Spurs to Arsenal was a bit tasty.
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