NAPLES – Stadiums closed, no games for more than two months. And the field is also affected. At the reopening of the St. Paul of Naples, after 79 days of lockdown, the turf appeared a different color from the usual: the emerald green has left room for straw yellow, as if the sun had “burned” the ground. But this time the weather has nothing to do. As explained by today’s edition of the Republic, in fact, the change is due to the shearing of the grass. An operation that in jargon is named ‘Scalping’ and consists of a lawn mowing to make it grow more resistant. A careful choice in view of the possible resumption of Serie A. Within ten days, the San Paolo camp should return to new condition.