Inter 1 Of 17 Serie A Clubs Identifying “Critical Issues” With FIGC’s Safety Protocols For Resuming Season

Inter 1 Of 17 Serie A Clubs Identifying “Critical Issues” With FIGC’s Safety Protocols For Resuming Season
April 25, 2020 21:00
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Only three Serie A clubs have approved the Coronavirus protocols allowing for a return to training, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Corriere della Sera.

The report details how the document containing the safety protocols was given to the Minister of Sport Vincenzo Spadafora by the FIGC last week, which suggested that players could return to training on the 4th of May and gave a safety plan to protect all staff and players.

It hasn’t been approved yet and 17 clubs out of 20 in Serie A have identified critical issues. The three clubs that didn’t identify any issues were Juventus, Lazio and Genoa, the report continues.

Other clubs drew up a list of around 20 issues, with doubts about the document’s effective organisational, logistical and practical applicability.

Furthermore, professional athletes have been included among the workers with the highest risk, the report highlights, showing how easy it will be for Coronavirus to spread quickly among the group.

By Apollo Heyes
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