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Massimo Cellino, the Brescia president, has called for the Serie A season to be cancelled because of “the plague” of coronavirus.
Italy is in lockdown, with more than 4,800 people having been killed there by the Covid-19 pandemic. Cellino, who owned Leeds between 2014 and 2017, believes the severity of the global health crisis continues to be underestimated by some.