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2010 10 22 Retrieve

[Former Juventus Boss Ciro Ferrara Appointed As Italy Under-21 Coach] Ciro Ferrara is the new coach of the national Under-21 side. It was announced today by the president of the FIGC Giancarlo Abete after meeting with Demetrio Albertini, and technical coordinator of the youth sector Arrigo Sacchi. He will be assisted by Angelo Peruzzi. They FIGC will be perfecting his contract which will expire in 2013

2019 11 29 Retrieve

[All 20 Serie A clubs, the Italian FA (FIGC), and Serie A itself have signed their names to an open letter admitting Italian football has a serious problem with racism] We have to publicly recognise that we have a serious problem with racism. It’s a problem that we have not done enough to combat over the years. Images of players being racially abused in Italian football have been viewed and discussed all around the world this season and that shames us all.

No individual should ever be subjected to racist abuse – inside or outside of football – and we can no longer stay silent on this issue or wait for it to magically disappear. Driven by the clubs, positive conversations have been held in recent weeks with Lega Serie A, FIGC and international experts on how to tackle and eradicate this issue from the game.

We, the undersigned clubs, are united by our desire for serious change and Lega Serie A has stated its intention to lead the way by delivering a comprehensive and robust Serie A anti-racism policy, stricter new laws and regulations and a plan for educating those within the game about the scourge of racism. We don’t have any more time to waste. We must now act with speed, with purpose and with unity and we call on you, the fans, to support us in this vitally important endeavour. Yours sincerely

2020 05 20 Retrieve

[Serie A to be completed by August 20 as new season gets September 1 start date] The Italian Football Federation has expressed its willingness to restart and complete its national professional competitions, marking August 20 as the deadline for Serie A, B and C to close their competitions. Ahead of the restart of sporting activity, it will be the Federal Council’s competence to determine the criteria whereby competitions will be finalised. Finally, as a result of what has been sanctioned, the 2020-21 sporting season will start on September 1.