Milan football 'ultra' who died in 'well-planned hit' boasted of €80,000 a month earnings


    Boiocchi had spent nearly three decades in jail, serving 10 sentences for mafia-linked drug trafficking convictions.

    When he left in 2018, he had a wealth of connections and quickly rose to the upper echelons of Milan’s ultras, where he earned wide renown.

    An unnamed investigator told The Times: “He had lots of connections with people linked to organised crime and we are trying to sort through leads.”

    Loyal ultra fans named him “uncle”, and cleared a section of stands at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium as they learned of his death to pay their respects.


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