Juventus President Andrea Agnelli has claimed that he has mixed feelings about Maurizio Beretta's appointment as head of Lega Calcio Serie A.
After several attempts to elect a President failed, Beretta was surprisingly re-elected on Friday afternoon, doing so without the vote of the Bianconeri, Roma and Inter.
And the Old Lady's chief has admitted that he is unsure about the announcement.
“The good news is that the League finally has some sort of governance,” he told La Repubblica.
“Given that in recent months that hasn't been the case, it is definitely a step forward.
“The bad news though is that this new government represents only a 30 per cent share of Italian football.”
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