It’s no secret that Gianlucio Di Marzo wants to improve the way the Serie A season is played.
The new rules that have been proposed by the Football Association of Italy (FAI) have been met with criticism from the supporters’ association (FAIR), which says they will make it impossible for fans to attend games without a ticket.
However, the FAI has said the rules are necessary and that it will continue to consider proposals.
In addition, the new rules will be introduced on January 1st, 2019, the same day as the first game of the season between Sampdoria and Udinese.
According to the rules, all players who have not yet been signed for the season will have to sit out for the whole season.
It will also be compulsory for clubs to have their reserve teams on their bench at all times.
It is also expected that clubs will be allowed to sell their reserve players for 10 percent of their wages.
However, the proposals have been controversial with supporters groups such as the Ultras della Lutte Di Roma (ULDI) saying they are not going to accept the new rule.
They claim that the new proposal will undermine the integrity of the game.
“It is important to be honest.
We are not against the rules but we don’t like it.
There are rules in place for this reason,” ULI president Giovanni Carlucci said.
The proposals are also opposed by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), which said that the changes will only make it harder for fans and players.
It will make the game more complicated, and there is no need to do it at all.
The problem is that the FA rules will only change after January 1.
The FAI will have no say over it,” said FIGC president Michele Campi.
La Repubblica newspaper reported on Monday that the proposed changes are to be presented to FIFA by the FIFA Executive Committee in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday.
At a press conference on Tuesday, FIFA President Sepp Blatter also defended the new regulations, saying that the introduction of new rules in a season with an average of 1.2 million fans a game is not feasible.
Last month, UEFA said it was reviewing the proposed rules, but that it was not yet ready to adopt them. “
What we have already agreed with the football associations is that we don´t need any more changes, that the current rules will remain,” he added.
Last month, UEFA said it was reviewing the proposed rules, but that it was not yet ready to adopt them.
UEFA president Michel Platini said on Tuesday that there was no need for an immediate change.
“We do not want to do anything before January 1, 2019,” Platini told reporters in Zurich.
“In football, everything changes after January, because it is the first year of the new year.”