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Gravina says Serie A must become more uncertain and fascinating

Sun 27 December 2020 | 14:23

Italy’s FA’s president claimed that he’s in favor of playoffs and believes Serie A isn’t attractive enough.

FIGC’s President,

Gabriele Gravina

, told Il Messaggero:

"Before the outbreak of the pandemic we had started a path to relaunch Italian football which must redefine a new relationship between the Leagues,”

“We could discuss about the formats only afterwards. I will convene and extraordinary meeting to make the FIGC of the future more sustainable and representative.

“I am a great supporter of the playoffs, but we can not reduce everything to this. This year the Serie A is very exciting, and yet we have to constantly ask ourselves about how to make it increasingly uncertain and fascinating,”

he added.

Concerning the Italian Olympic Committee’s decision over


Napoli’s match,



“My role requires impartiality and respect, I do not enter into the merits of the decision.

“What I can say is that the justice of FIGC is administered by jurists of great value, who exercise their task scrupulously, with passion and dedication, without conditioning.”

source: SportMob