FIGC inspect Serie A clubs

The FIGC has announced that from today, the Federal Prosecutor’s Office will investigate to ‘verify’ that the Serie A clubs are working in line with 'the health protocol approved by the government'.

Earlier today, reports about Lazio arranging three-a-side matches at the end of each session emerged and now the FIGC has announced that it has assigned the Federal Prosecutor’s Office to inspect the teams in the League.

The FIGC has announced that from today, the Federal Prosecutor’s Office will investigate to ‘verify’ that the Serie A clubs are working in line with 'the health protocol approved by the government'.

Earlier today, reports about Lazio arranging three-a-side matches at the end of each session emerged and now the FIGC has announced that it has assigned the Federal Prosecutor’s Office to inspect the teams in the League.

A statement on the FIGC’s official website read: “The FIGC has activated an investigative taskforce of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office, with the task of verifying compliance with the indications contained in the federation’s health protocol, as approved by the authorities of the government.

“The taskforce, reporting directly to the prosecutor, will verify that training sessions of the professional clubs, that are currently individual and from May 18 in groups, are carried out in accordance with the indicated protocol.”

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