The FIGC president adds: “Cancellation? I consider it a defeat of mine and of the value of competition. An unpleasant scenario would open “
Gabriele Gravina back to talk about the situation that Italian football is facing due to the emergency coronavirus. These are his words on Radio Marte: “By culture I give up with great difficulty. As long as I have the chance, I will keep the hope of restarting the championships. I will make any attempt to arrive at this definition. I am aware that it is premature to think of a date, but we must think positively. We will try to do our best to play even at the cost of asking for the support of UEFA and Fifa, to go beyond the June 30, therefore also taking advantage of July and August ”.
The president of the FIGC then adds: “At the moment there is no room for the interests of the individual. I appeal to common sense, so in the end it is the Federation that will have to decide “. Tomorrow a new appointment “To work on a series of proposals concerning some amendments to be evaluated by the government, but there are many issues of our relevance. We we don’t want to ask for money, but we are denouncing a state of crisis. We ask to help us with a series of rules that can give a modern development to our football. We will see you tomorrow, then we will meet again next week for a permanent and constant working table, putting together indispensable ideas to form projects “. Finally a joke on the case of cancellation of the championship: “I consider it a defeat of mine and of the value of the competition. An unpleasant scenario would open. I stubbornly renounce reflections that lead to such a conclusion. As long as possible, I will continue to reject these hypotheses. “