Italy will take 'one step at a time' towards the resumption of sports: Vincenzo Spadafora

LEEDS: Minister of Sport of Italy Vincenzo Spadafora On Saturday, he said they will take one step at a time toward resuming sports in the country.

We will imminently learn the verdict of the scientific committee on the medical protocol of the FIGC [Italian Football Federation]. We are also ready to propose guidelines to the committee for training sessions involving all team sports and guidelines for opening facilities, including gyms, swimming pools, and dance halls, that will allow all those working in the sport to resume their activities, he said. Goal.com to Spadafora in a Facebook video.

Finally, we are also working with the Ministry of Education, for Equal Opportunities and Families to reopen sports facilities, so that we can guarantee a sports summer for the youngest members of our society. Then one step at a time, the sport will come back. It will be stronger than ever, he added.

Series A has been postponed since March due to the coronavirus pandemic .

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Although the players have been allowed to return to training since Monday, Spadafora said on May 3 that it is too early to speak about the resumption of the soccer season.

Spadafora also said that players will only be able to train individually when they return to training, adding that teams' training will not resume until May 18.

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