Naples seems to have emerged from the worst crisis of its last 15 years. After the defeat against Fiorentina (the fourth straight at home, something never seen since 1998), the Azzurri achieved eliminate Lazio from the Italian Cup and beat Juventus de Sarri in the same week. They did it in San Paolo and it happened just when organized groups reappeared in Fuorigrotta.The strike born by fines of 166 euros that the club sent to the fans during the past months ceased when an agreement was reached that provided tolerance for typhosi that they occupy a different place from the one that carried their entrance. That allowed the groups to get together and sing again, returning to the stadium, from the confrontation with Lazio, the very hot atmosphere that made him famous in the world. This morning, however, Another controversy arose between the fans and the Azzurra entity, which published the price of tickets for the Champions League match with Barcelona next February 25. The sale will start tomorrow for subscribers (on February 6 for everyone else) and tickets are the most expensive in the club’s history: the popular sector, Curves will cost 70 euros, while Distinti 130, Tribune Family 120 (40 for children under 12 years old), the Nisida 190 Grandstand and the Posillipo 250 euros.Prices never seen: for the match with Real Madrid of 2017, the same sectors cost, respectively, 50, 100, 80, 150 and 190 euros. The decision of Naples was welcomed with rage in social networks, and many typhosi promise not to attend the meeting as a form of protest. Yes, As the whole of Gattuso continues to grow, it seems even harder to imagine that someone wants to miss the premiere of Barcelona and Leo Messi at San Paolo. Whatever it takes.