“I exclude the idea of a final judgment because that would open the door to a series of disputes. I already have warnings from a few clubs on my table. ” In the columns of La Repubblica from April 15, Gabriele Gravina, the president of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), claims to be back to the wall. Despite the unprecedented situation created by the Covid-19 pandemic, some players in Italian football have no intention of making concessions. This is particularly the case of Lazio, frozen in second place in the ranking, one length behind Juventus, since the forced stoppage of Serie A after 26 days, and who insists more than others to conclude the season .
Through its spokesperson Arturo Diaconale, the Roman club expresses itself almost daily in the media, without taking tweezers, even if it means stirring up the antipathies it already likes in normal times. “The fear is that this championship will suffer the same fate as that stopped by the Great War and whose interruption has already become an opportunity to deny Lazio the recognition of a title won on the field. We will fight to the end in order to celebrate not one, but two titles in 2020, “declared Diaconale on his Facebook page on March 9, the day when the last Serie A meeting took place.