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PARMA chief exec FAGGIANO: "Players testing positive is a really bad business"

13.03.2020 22.28 by Claudio Colla  read 404
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Interviewed by TvParma, Ducali chief executive, Daniele Faggiano, talked about the COVID-19 pandemic emergency going on: "We're all very worried, of course. Suspending everything is the right way to go, health must be everyone's main concern. Someone asked me where to train, since parks and yards are shutting down too. Anyway, we have to adapt to what's going on. Footballers testing positive? It's a bad business, especially since it involves all the staff members. Every government decision must be complied to, and we hope we can kick off back as soon as possible".

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