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FIGC, Gravina: 'Suspending Serie A? We are thinking about it'
27/12/2018, 14:05
Following the terrible events in the build-up of the game between Inter and Napoli yesterday, where four Napoli fans were stabbed and one Inter fan was killed, the president of the FIGC has revealed that the league might be suspended. 
 
"Suspending the league? We are thinking about it, now we have to reflect for a moment and coordinate ourselves. There is a problem of public order and as such should be managed, even the fact of playing or not," Gabriele Gravina began. 
 
"We will need to take radical measures because this matchday was supposed to be a party, both on and off the field. I saw and heard things that are unacceptable. 
 
"The racial abuse towards against Koulibaly? Three calls and no stop. We are checking it, though some say the call was only made once. What happened is very bad, those on the field were too nervous, the referee will be evaluated," he concluded. 
 
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