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EPL English Premier LeagueEPL Transfer News“The latest decree took us by surprise,” Roma chief medic Andrea Causarano

“The latest decree took us by surprise,” Roma chief medic Andrea Causarano

Until 18 May, compared to other sports, football training is “incomprehensible” and dangerous, finds Roma’s chief physician. He said,  “It’s almost as if they don’t trust us.”

Roma chief medic Andrea Causarano told news agency ANSA, “The latest decree took us by surprise.” “It’s astonishing how football is treated compared to other sports. It’s almost as if they don’t trust us to resume while respecting the safety measure.

According to phase two outlines of the Coronavirus Pandemic made by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte which will be in response on May 4, Team sports can’t get back to work until May 18 but run in a local park or train if you participate in individual sports such as tennis.

“It’s incomprehensible not to consider football in a moment when the objective is to allow a gradual resumption of sporting activity. We were all set to get back to work in our training ground behind closed doors, keeping social distancing measures and without gathering in groups,” added Andrea Causarano.

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