How the Italian football federation will cope with the growing crisis over the sale of the national team

On Tuesday the FCPI published an article outlining how it would deal with the rising crisis.

The crisis in football has come to a head with the sale by the Federacors of the Italy National Team, the team’s iconic colours. 

FCPI president Marco Calenda said that there were no more options but to negotiate with the governing body in order to resolve the situation. 

We have decided to make these decisions on the basis of the FPSI [Football’s Union of the Football Federation of Italy], but we must be careful that the interests of football are protected.” “

If this cannot be resolved, the FFPI will take the next possible step to impose sanctions and, if necessary, to terminate the contract.

We have decided to make these decisions on the basis of the FPSI [Football’s Union of the Football Federation of Italy], but we must be careful that the interests of football are protected.”

The FCPIs decision follows the death of the legendary coach Piero Gleiser on Monday, after which the federation’s chief executive, Carlo Totti, resigned.

The FFPIF also said that it would impose sanctions on the president, a former player himself, the president of the football federation and the board of directors of the Italian Football Association, which oversees the national side.

The new president, Mario Scudamore, will also be given the power to dismiss the FPI president and other board members.

He will also have to be removed from his post.

On Tuesday, FCP I president Marco Di Francesco announced that a new board will be chosen from the current board, which he had appointed last week.

“I’m convinced that a fresh board will arrive in a week or two, and it will be a board of fresh faces, of experienced managers, of people with experience in the field of sporting organisation,” he said.

“And I believe that the FPAI, the Federación General de Psicología y Sport (FGP), will do its best to ensure that it remains united, and that we can keep on operating in a constructive manner.”

On Wednesday, Calenda told La Repubblica that the decision to suspend the national squad was not based on any “favourable” assessment of the organisation. 

“[We have] the strongest team of the year, and there are still some doubts.

I think that there’s no way that the squad is going to be able to survive on the financial basis of a season.”

This is the first step to resolve this crisis,” he added.