Juve’s non-deferral against Milan sparks controversy

Juve’s non-deferral against Milan sparks controversy
The Serie A league officially announced this morning that due to the spread of Italy’s new crown pneumonia epidemic, the Serie A round of Sampdoria’s home game against Verona will be postponed until May 13th.At present, Italy is the country most affected by the epidemic in Europe.Last month the Serie A League announced that the five Serie A matches originally scheduled for March 1 were postponed to May 13 due to the epidemic. This includes Juventus’ home derby against Inter Milan.Samp’s match against Verona was originally scheduled to take place in the early morning of March 3, Beijing time. The Ligurian region authorities had announced earlier that the game would be played empty, but they were opposed by Samp.Samp coach Ranieri believes that the empty game is like “sentencing the death penalty for football”, hoping to bring a game to the fans.Considering the rapid spread of the epidemic in Italy and the fairness of the event, the Serie A League decided to trigger this game.As with the other five postponed games in this round, this game is scheduled for May 13.And just as Italy is facing a big enemy, a large area is suspended, and the game is scheduled, Piedmont President Silio announced that the second round of the Italian Cup semi-final between Juventus and AC Milan at March 4 will be as usualGo on, gradually fans open.However, considering the epidemic, fans living in the regions of Lombardy, Veneto and Emilia Romagna, as well as Savona and Pesaro Urbino provinces are prohibited from entering the venue. Other fans can go to the scene to watch.This means that fans located in Juventus can enter the game, while fans in AC Milan (Lombardy region) are prohibited from entering.This decision was strongly dissatisfied by the Italian media and fans, and the Evening Post even publicly satirized: “It seems that the new crown virus is sometimes dangerous, sometimes not dangerous.”Sauna, Night Net Editor Deng Hanyu Zhang Yunfeng proofread He Yan