MILAN (AP) — The Italian soccer season could finish without a champion if Serie A is stopped again because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Italian soccer federation on Monday approved plans for a playoff or the use of an algorithm if the regular season cannot be finished. Serie A clubs had decided on Friday to ask for no champion or relegations.
The latest plans proposed by FIGC president Gabriele Gravina were approved by a unanimous vote. Three Serie A representatives did not take part in the vote.
Serie A has been suspended since March 9. It is scheduled to resume on June 20 and finish on Aug.