“The risk of closed doors exists, the Government has not asked us to stop Serie A”

“The risk of closed doors exists, the Government has not asked us to stop Serie A”
“The risk of closed doors exists, the Government has not asked us to stop Serie A”

The president of the FIGC Gravina speaks

Gabriele Gravina, president of the FIGC, made some statements to Tuttosport.

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Gravina on Serie A and Draghi

«There has been no aut or no, much less the announcement of the stop to any competitive activity. I explained the situation of our football to the Prime Minister. The head of government has not asked us to stop the championships nor to proclaim an indefinite closure of the tournaments. Faced with the increase in positivity, Lega B, Lega Pro and the Amateurs have already postponed their respective tournaments with a wise and timely decision.

As already happened two years ago, at the time of the first and second wave, the Soccer System reaffirms the firm will to move forward, to overcome the new obstacles that the resurgence of Covid is placing in its way. There is obviously the risk that a further increase in infections will bring us back to the stadiums with the doors closed: it has already happened in the Bundesliga, while in other countries decisions have been taken that have in any case imposed a reduction in the number of spectators. Nobody can predict with certainty the evolution of the situation. What matters is to make our sport safe and, also on this point, sharing with Draghi was total “

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