“The risk of the system collapsing is very high.” The alarm cry comes from the president of the Lega di A, Paolo Dal Pino, in a letter he sent to the Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, and to the ministers of Sport, Health and Economy, Spadafora, Speranza and Gualtieri. The letter became necessary after the last Dpcm, in force since Monday, public access is reduced, although limited to a thousand spectators at the stadium.
Referring to «A systemic crisis at an economic level and financial as never before ”, the number one in via Rosellini follows a series of requests. In practice, by noting an overall loss of 600 million between last season and the current one, between lost revenues from ticketing and commercial revenues, and underlining the depreciation of the “player pool” asset of 1.5 billion euro, the Confindustria del Balloon asks for adequate refreshment for the clubs. Remember that Serie A develops revenues of 3 billion per year, with a tax and social security contribution of over 1 billion and mutuality towards Serie B, Lega Pro and amateur football of 134 million euros. For this reason, Dal Pino represents to the Government “his strong concern for the serious financial situation of the companies, at risk of collapse, and also for the collateral effects that the government measures will produce on the economic and social system”.