Those calling for Serie A cancellation ‘do not like football or Italians’ – FIGC president


Modified April 18, 2020, 05:26 IST

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FIGC President Gabriel Gravina

The president of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), Gabriel Gravina, has claimed that those who oppose the resumption of the “222-2 Serie A season” are not a favorite of football or Italians.

The Serie A was suspended indefinitely in March due to the coronary virus epidemic, and the FIGC has already stated that the operation will not begin until the health and safety of all concerned is ensured.

Italian sports minister Vincenzo Spadafora is expected to confirm the training date on May 3 as soon as possible at Serie A, with the current restrictions on current movement and outdoor activities coming to an end on May 3.

Lazio had a point clear through 2 games while defending champion Juventus was suspended and Gravina called for their season to be canceled.

“I share the hope of Minister Spadafora’s reopening on May 4, with appropriate warning and guarantee,” Gravina Rae told Radio.

“This is a critical moment for our country, economy and football, one of the most important industry responsibilities, with responsibility, perception and common sense, we will find the right path.

“Those who are proposing to abolish the of you do not like football or the Italians, and hope for the future and want to restart football. I will be last.

“We have developed a rigorous and careful but flexible health protocol, which we will provide to ministers Spadafora and Spiranza tomorrow.” [Saturday].

“It will take three weeks of protection so that we can start again in early May-early June ইভেন্ট There will be a control period to ensure the negativity of all who attend the events. If everyone checks in negative, there will be nothing but distances or virus outbreaks.

“In the resumption of the Coppa Italy semifinals, this program only concerns Serie A. We are still waiting for the calendar. I hope everyone will be able to play in their own stadium. If that is not possible, we will look at alternative solutions.”

There have been more than 2,20,6 confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide, with over 154,120 deaths.

In Italy at least 22,700 people have died of coronavirus, and more than 172,400 cases have been recorded.