Lega Serie A, FIGC submit new medical protocol proposal to government


This morning, a meeting was held between the Italian FA (FIGC), Lega Serie A, the president of the Italian Federation of Sports Medicine (FMSI), Maurizio Casasco, and Gianni Nanni, the representative of the Physicians of Serie A.

The meeting was held in an attempt for all of the parties to find an agreement on medical protocols that should be enacted in order for Serie A to safely return.

At the conclusion of the meeting, the Lega Serie A released a statement on their official website, which read as follows:

“This morning, in an atmosphere of active collaboration, the parties met — the points of the protocol that were difficult to implement were analysed, and some alterations to resolve the objective problems have been devised. There was a general agreement on the final proposal, which was formulated to ensure the safe return to group training”.

“This agreement will be promptly submitted to the Minister for Sport and Youth Policies, the Minister of Health, and the scientific committee”

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