Italy's Serie A has postponed a decision on Torino's failure to travel to Rome for their league game against Lazio this week because of a coronavirus outbreak at the club.
That was already in the knowledge, however, that Torino would not be present to provide the opposition, having stayed in Turin on the advice of their local health authority after a COVID-19 outbreak. Torino’s home match against Sassuolo, due to take place last Friday, was postponed because of those cases becoming apparent. However, Lega Serie A decided the Lazio game should go ahead, despite Italian Football Federation (FIGC) president Gabriele Gravina declaring it was an “objective impossibilit...
Torino’s Serie A match against Sassuolo on Friday was postponed because of a rising number of coronavirus cases in the club. Serie A’s governing body agreed on Thursday to postpone it until March 17. Seven Torino players have tested positive for COVID-19 as well as two members of staff.
|Champions League (League Winners): Internazionale|
|Champions League (League Position): Milan, Juventus, Atalanta|
|Europa Cup (League Position): Roma|
|Conference League (League Position): Napoli|
|Relegation (League Position): Torino, Parma, Crotone|