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Serie A is the Serie B of Europe - Milan chairman

Sat 18 June 2022 | 9:50

Serie A has seen a significant decline in the last decade and has a smaller audience than other European leagues.

Milan

chairman Paolo Scaroni criticized

Serie A

, claiming that it's far behind other European top leagues.

Scaroni believes that the distance between the Italian league and other European leagues will be greater and greater, unless something is done to improve the situation. He called Serie A the second division compared to other leagues such as the Premier League, La Liga and

Bundesliga

, and claimed that changes should be made in this league.

He said:

“Our Serie A has become a Serie B in comparison with other top European leagues. They have all more or less overtaken us in the past 20 years.

“The result is that the product we offer isn’t great, without the [Lionel] Messis a the [Kylian] Mbappes, simply because we can’t allow ourselves.

“If we continue in this way, we will keep on moving further away from the football elite.

“We need to present a product which people enjoy,"

he added.

“Football is a sport but it is also a spectacle. A spectacle which requires a nice stadium which is well lit, always full of fans, modern, not too big, not too small.”

“Creating infrastructure in Italy is a serious problem. Now there will be the local referendum which will take a year. Do you understand? You know all of the approvals, the agreements and even the local referendum.”

 “We will take the first one to give us the go-ahead. In terms of the location for San Siro I’m quite optimistic.”

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