A footballing paradise in Italy, where all of the big clubs have their headquarters, has been hit by a global financial crisis.
There are no shortage of suggestions that the country’s sporting culture may be at risk, especially as the country is in the midst of an economic slowdown.
One suggestion is to increase the value of Italian football’s television contracts.
Some players are now paid more than €5,000 per match for the rights to wear the red and white shirt.
However, this does not include a monthly payment of around €2,000 for the right to wear a red and black hat.
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has previously argued that this is not a transfer of money but rather the result of a financial arrangement.
This year, the FIGC said that the average pay-day was €15,000.
The most popular national team in the country, Lazio, pays around €5.5 million per season.
In a statement, the team said: “We are not obliged to agree to any kind of transfer, but we believe that this money is used for the training of our players and for other sporting purposes.
We are therefore not in favour of the current system of transfer fees and the use of television money.””
The money is a contribution to our sport, which is one of the best in the world.
We hope that this decision will help us improve our sporting culture, because, without a doubt, we all know that our country can never be the same again.”