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Cesare Pompilio, TV commentator of Juventus fan passed away

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Is dead Cesare Pompiliopopular TV commentator, especially for Telelombardy and big fan of Juventus. He was well known to the bianconeri and the spectators of football broadcasts. He died at the age of 73 after suffering a heart attack (a heart attack in 2018 and an illness that was also shown on live TV) and a complex surgical procedure a few years ago. His health over the past few months was not disclosed.

Born on March 29, 1949, he was professional journalist since 1986 and was one of the columns of QSVS, Here I study at your stage, the broadcast of Telelombardia. He had carved a character – black and white of course – angry and argumentative, but competentas often the style of broadcasting and football covered on the local TV in the afternoon.

Breaking the news with a tweet is Fabio Ravezzanicdirector responsible for Telelombardy. ‘I have terrible news to report. Sadly, my and our dear friend Cesare Pompilio passed away. Only those who have been lucky enough to associate with him, in and out of television studios, know what an extraordinary person he was. Saying we will miss him does not convey the idea of ​​the emptiness we feel ».

The former Juventus manager also remembered it fondly Luciano Moggi, again via social media: “Dear Cesare, today you left us, but your memory and everything we went through together can never be erased. Your friendship, your constant support, even in difficult times, will always be with me. Rest in peace my friend”.

It was not until July 16 that Pompilius published his last post on Instagrama video dedicated to Zaniolo that he would have liked to have played at Juventus with Pogba and Di Maria, while Moggi would not have agreed. On the summer market front, he was right. And right below that post are greetings from the fans, not just Juventus.

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Source: Corriere

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