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Serie A: when Italian clubs flock jerseys with the first names of players' mothers to celebrate Mother's Day

Some viewers must have been a little disturbed watching certain Serie A matches this weekend.

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Serie A: when Italian clubs flock jerseys with the first names of players' mothers to celebrate Mother's Day

Some viewers must have been a little disturbed watching certain Serie A matches this weekend. And for good reason, while Italy celebrates Mother's Day on May 12, players from Cagliari, Genoa, Hellas Verona, Lecce, AC Milan, Torino and Udinese played - or will play - with a jersey bearing their mother's name during the 36th day of the championship played this weekend. An initiative supported by the Italian Football League "in response to requests from certain clubs to celebrate International Mother's Day".

We were therefore able to see during AC Milan's victory against Cagliari (5-1) on Saturday evening, jerseys in tribute to the mothers of the Milan players. The French Olivier Giroud and Théo Hernandez wore jerseys printed with “Viviane” and “Florence” respectively. "Since 2022 in Italy, mothers have the right to keep their last name. For Mother's Day, we want to offer a gift to the mothers of our players. Today like every day, AC Milan is on the ground for equality,” said the Milanese club on its social networks.

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