“The longest championship in history closes”


Rome, August 2. (askanews) – “The longest championship in history closes today, in the most difficult season in our country in recent years”. So, in a note, the minister for youth policies and sport, Vincenzo Spadafora. “We faced weeks and months in which every certainty was questioned, in which our only thought was aimed at how to deal with the pandemic and how to multiply the places in intensive care to save the greatest number of lives – recalls Spadafora – In those weeks we really thought that the championship should stop too, but thanks to the prudence line that we supported and to the seriousness of the protocols put in place by the FIGC, which I thank, we managed not only to start again but above all to end the championship “. “My sincere congratulations to Juventus, for the victory of the ninth consecutive championship. And congratulations to Ciro Immobile who equals Gonzalo Higuain’s record and with his 36 goals stands out among all the European bomber and wins the golden shoe. Now – concludes the minister of sport – thinking is in the coming months, because all competitions and championships must be able to resume in maximum safety, and at all levels “.


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