Vincenzo Spadafora: "Fans back to the stadium in September"
“If the epidemiological curve allows it – says Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafora to the Rai Radio Newspaper – in September you can return to see the public in the stadiums.
Obviously not by filling the stadium as it was done before but also by respecting a whole series of measures that are being studied in these hours ".
“My hope is to bring the reform to the last Council of Ministers before the short break we will make in mid-August.
The most important thing will certainly concern sports workers, i.e. the possibility that all those who work in the sport mode have protections, but then we have a better definition of the governess between Cones, Sport and Health and all further new rules that concern amateur sports associations ".
"I will insist – he concludes – that in the decree in which we will use the resources that we approved yesterday, there may be the 100 million that are used above all for many small and medium-sized sports clubs.
I appealed to Minister Gualtieri to deal with this issue ".
Cagliari president Giulini: "Enough closed doors"
No more closed doors for Covid 19.
The president of Cagliari Tommaso Giulini returns to ask for the reopening of the Sardinia Arena. He had already launched appeals and proposals, now he reaffirms the concept with a tweet:
“Fans are football, in stadiums without fans there is no real football.
Everyone must do their part immediately to open the stadiums again to the people of football. "
Cagliari hosted football with open doors until March 1: the last chance to see the public in the stands dates back to the pre lockdown match against Roma. (Sources: Rai Radio Newspaper, Twitter).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano