Inter president calls Serie A chief a clown as tensions arise


  • Football
  • Wednesday, 04 Mar 2020

MILAN (Reuters) - Inter Milan chief Steven Zhang labelled the president of Serie A a "clown" on social media due to the last-minute decisions made by league officials about whether or not matches should be played amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The Italian government has banned sporting events in the country's most affected regions, which include Milan, and so far 10 Serie A matches have been postponed.

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