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Serie A Should Resume In Late May – Italian FA

Inter Milan’s Belgian ahead Romelu Lukaku (2ndR) scores a aim throughout the Italian Serie A soccer match Bologna vs InterMilan on November 2, 2019 on the Renato Dall’ Ara stadium in Bologna. Vincenzo PINTO / AFP


The Italian soccer federation (FIGC) stated on Friday that membership matches ought to resume “in late May, early June”, saying these advocating cancellation of the season “do not like football, or Italians”.  

The president of the FIGC, Gabriele Gravina, stated it could take three weeks to organize after the top of the coronavirus lockdown within the nation, at the moment scheduled for Might four.

“So at the end of May, early June, we can start,” he informed Italian radio on Friday.

“Those who talk today about cancelling the season do not like football or Italians, because they take away hope for the future and for recovery,” Gravina stated.

“There will be a monitoring period to guarantee the that all those taking part are free of the virus. If they are all negative, there is no problem of distancing or contagion,” stated Gravina.

“I hope that everyone will be able to play in their own stadium, if that is not possible we will find other solutions,” he added.

“It’s a complex moment for our country, for the economy and for football, which is one of the most important industries,” he stated, including that he was assured “we will find the right way”.

In line with the Italian press, Brescia and Torino are the final two golf equipment to overtly oppose the resumption of the league.

Town of Brescia is among the hardest hit by the pandemic which has killed practically 23,000 individuals in Italy.



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