GENOA NEWS

Genoa coach Davide Nicola has claimed that he will ‘accept whatever decision that will be made’ but will be ‘prepared to resume’.
There are discussions for a ‘solidarity fund’ created from docking the wages of some Serie A and B players to help cover salaries of Serie C squads.
Plans are taking shape for how to get Serie A going again in May or June, with blanket coronavirus tests for squads, quarantine periods for those coming from abroad and structured training.
The number of deaths in Italy from coronavirus remains relatively stable, with 760 over the last 24 hours, reaching 13,915 in total.
Players’ Association President Damiano Tommasi insists cutting wages is “not a priority” right now, but rather a protocol for returning to duty and dealing with contracts if the season goes beyond June 30.
Minister for Sport Vincenzo Spadafora announced there is “an extraordinary plan for sport to resume from May,” as Italy eye an easing of lockdown measures due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A new Government decree in Italy has banned training in sporting facilities for professionals until at least April 13 due to the coronavirus lockdown, effectively ending the debate between clubs.
Italy legend Enrico Albertosi discusses his title wins at Cagliari and Milan, the 1970 World Cup run and why he’d love to play for Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.
A leading epidemiologist running one of Italy’s coronavirus taskforces warns it is “difficult” to see sport resume in Italy before the summer, although self-isolation prevented “tens of thousands more deaths.”
FIGC President Gabriele Gravina has confirmed that “the idea is to restart Serie A on May 20 or early June. Scrapping the season would be a grave injustice.”
Serie A clubs spent almost €200m on agent fees throughout 2019, with Juventus leading the way on €44.3m.
The Lega and the Players’ Association are, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, still far away from reaching an agreement regarding a proposed pay cut.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi claims the 2019-20 season “can be cancelled” and they must wait to “resume normality” before football.
There were another 727 deaths in Italy from the coronavirus over the last 24 hours, taking the total to 13,155, but the rate of new infections continues to slow.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has claimed that he will only accept the resumption “if there are the right conditions for protection of health”.
Former Genoa winger Ricardo Centurion is mourning the loss of his girlfriend, who died in a road accident on Sunday morning.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi insists it “makes no sense” to resume Serie A and opposes the idea of a prolonged transfer market. “August is more than enough”.
Italy’s Minister of Sport Vincenzo Spadafora doubts that football can resume on May 3 and confirms plan to start “behind closed doors” in the event of a return.
Coronavirus deaths have dropped slightly from yesterday, while 999 have recovered from the illness in the last 24 hours.
Former Lazio midfielder Dario Marcolin has lost his 75-year-old father, Giancarlo, to Coronavirus.