Italy also manages to play with the public during the summer

The President of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), Gabriele Gravina, showed hopeful that during the summer they can allow “partial access” to the stadiums and that fans can enjoy the conclusion of Series A.

“By improving the spread of contagion, I hope we can allow partial access to soccer facilities in the summerIt would be an extraordinary injection of confidence and enthusiasm. I hope this happens“Gravina admitted in an interview with 'Il Mattino' published this Thursday.

The leader celebrated the return of soccer in the country because he wanted the titles, lhe European rankings and promotions and descents were decided “in the field”, although he acknowledged that “changing the format would have been studied if the conditions for the restart had not been met”.

Furthermore, Gravina tried the algorithm issue who would decide the classification in the event that they have to stop again. “A lot of noise was generated without even knowing what it is about. We don't want to call it that, we are going to call it a criterion for the definition of classifications inspired by sports merit, “he said.

“If the championship were to stop again, I do not think it is correct, for example, to confirm the classification without taking into account the competitions left to play, with clubs that may have played less than others. It will be inspired by a principle of equity and common sense, “he stressed.