Mutiny, the disappointment of the city, the anger of the fans: inevitable themes in today's episode (number four) of the Mattino Football Team. Like every Friday, the appointment with the readers is at noon on Mattino.it and on the newspaper's Facebook page. Claudia Mercurio, presenter of the program, measures the temperature of the cheering gathering opinions and considerations of the people of San Paolo, disappointed by the attitude of the team that took a clear position against the club by deserting the retreat immediately after the Champions League match against Salzburg. Fans, journalists, columnists and former footballers will keep Mercury company around the city. Among others, the director of the Mattino, Federico Monga will intervene, highlighting the responsibilities of the various components of Naples at the base of the resounding rupture and the former head of the blue formation, Francesco Montervino, who will analyze the mistakes made by the locker room in the management of a story so delicate. Waiting for the match tomorrow night at the San Paolo, it affects the lack of interest of the fans who have matured over the past few days towards a team that promised to be a protagonist and fight for the Scudetto and that instead is distanced from the summit in an irreparable way, despite missing seven months to end of the season: in a word, Naples feels betrayed by Naples.Former footballer Roberto Rambaudi, now coach and television commentator, will play the Napoli-Genoa championship challenge in advance: the strengths and weaknesses of the Ligurian team, struggling with ranking and game problems, led by Thiago Motta on the bench.