Inter's chief executive says Serie A should replicate governance of Premier League

9 June 2020

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Photo: PA Images "I believe that there are no winners or losers here, there is a situation that is in my opinion quite anomalous. We have been put a little behind the blackboard, we have taken a moral slap, losing our claim," Inter Milan chief executive Guiseppe Marotta told Sky Sports. 

Giuseppe Marotta's comments come after the Italian Football Federation rejected the Serie A's proposal for ending the season if it was cancelled anew.

The current circumstances do not suit the situation the league is in.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

The Serie A should replicate the governance of the Premier League, according to Inter Milan chief executive Giuseppe Marotta, who believes the league should have its own autonomy. 

Marotta spoke after the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) on Monday rejected the league's proposal of how to decide the season if it was cancelled again due to the coronavirus pandemic. The league had requested a system of no relegation and no winner, but the FIGC instead said play-offs or an algorithm should be the decider. 

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