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Draghi, worried about the infections, hears Gravina: “Football evaluate the stop or the games behind closed doors”

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MILAN. Hypothesis of closed-door stadiums for Serie A. In Lega Calcio we had to talk about the situation of audiovisual rights in the Middle East and North Africa but, as was easily predictable, the main theme that the Serie A clubs spoke about A was the one relating to the Covid emergency in a league perspective. The most important aspect was that relating to the phone call that Prime Minister Mario Draghi made to the president of Federcalcio Gravina, a phone call whose content was then reported in the Lega Serie A assembly by number one in Via Rosellini Dal Pino to all presidents.

In the informal conversation and with a view to collaboration between the institutions, Draghi expressed the Government’s concern regarding the increasingly heavy numbers of the pandemic, denouncing news on how the world of football intends to face the weeks. Gravina reiterated the stop from the Serie B championships to youth and amateur football (albeit with different times, the B will restart on January 14), but he also pointed out that Lega Serie A does not intend to stop, as was also reiterated in the subsequent note issued at the end of the works.

Dal Pino, in the meeting, also proposed to the presidents to evaluate the hypothesis of a spontaneous self-reduction of stadium capacity, even if for the moment the clubs have expressed a negative opinion. The risk, as Draghi himself made clear in Gravina, is that if the situation worsens, the Government could decide to have the races run behind closed doors.

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