By Football Italian staff”I am very happy.
I have been with the club for three years.
I hope to return as soon as possible.
It is difficult to speak of an ideal time for the club.
We have to be realistic and see what the future holds.
There is no time to panic.”
There’s no doubt that the club’s financial situation will be a source of anxiety to some.
However, they have no other choice but to adapt, and do not need to panic.
In this situation, the club can and should continue its work and continue its growth.
It has the funds, the players and the facilities to stay in the top flight.
There are a number of reasons why this will be the case.
Firstly, the league’s finances have been very good in recent years, and it is impossible to deny that they are sustainable in the long term.
However this also has a number other factors that could lead to financial difficulties in the future.
The current squad is not the strongest, and the signings of Nino Pantic and Alessandro Del Piero have created an atmosphere that is lacking in recent seasons.
It will be difficult to convince players to return to the squad when the club is on the verge of relegation.
The club also has several key players, who could be in danger of leaving in the summer.
In addition, it is also clear that the owners have an obligation to invest heavily in the squad.
The club’s current financial situation, therefore, is not as bleak as some would like it to be.
While the club has been under a financial crisis, it can and will remain in the same position.
In fact, there is no reason to worry about it now.
In a world where the future of a club is uncertain, there are also some positives in this situation.
The NCA is a professional organisation that strives to promote the best football in Italy.
It does not seek to take over or control the sport, but rather to promote and support the game, and to do so in a fair and objective manner.