The numbers: 3,936 games lost in Serie A, 2,634 in the Europa League, 2.5 million in La Liga.
According to FIFA’s database, the most expensive club in Italy lost the same number of games in 2014 as it did in 2014, when it spent €8 billion.
The biggest club in the Bundesliga spent €2.4 billion.
A similar tally can be found in the Premier League, which spent €1.3 billion.
In total, the average Italian club spent €10 million on its top earners last season.
A new book by Gianluca Di Marzio and Alessandro Pescara reveals how the sport’s governing body is being held back by the public.
Pescara and Di Marzo’s new book, A New Way, details how the state-run Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has failed to invest in the clubs that need it most.
The books’ authors argue that the federation has a responsibility to support the development of Italian football, but that the current situation has forced the league to act.
“The FICC has failed, because it has no intention of supporting the development or development of the clubs in the sport,” Di Marzoso and Di Pescarelli wrote in the book, released on Thursday.
“The FicC has only created the conditions for the financial disaster, in which the financial situation of the Serie A clubs is the worst it has been in 20 years.
The Fics failure is not because of financial reasons.
The financial problems in Serie B and C are a result of the same reasons.
It is because the FICCs policies do not protect the sport, or the club and the players.”
Di Marzosi and DiPescareli also said that the Ficci has failed because the current political situation is creating a climate of fear in the game.
The current situation in Italy is not good for football.
Football needs to be respected.
Di Pescari and DiMarzio also point to the current financial situation, as a reason why Serie A should be shut down.
According to the book’s authors, Serie A is facing a $1.6 billion deficit in 2020.
However, Di Marzano and Pesca say the financial crisis was caused by a series of mismanagement practices in the governing body.
“There are a lot of mismanaged structures in the Ficciones structure,” Di Pascarelli said.
“There are too many financial institutions, too many interests, too much bureaucracy, too few employees, too little time, too often, too quickly, too long.”
In the new book Di Marzi and Di Pelese wrote, they also claim the Fisci has become “a vehicle for corruption”.
“What is more worrying is that this corrupt process is taking place in the interests of the public,” Di Pelas wrote.
With more than 20,000 employees, the Fisc is not the only governing body to have experienced a crisis in recent years.
The Fisces annual budget is €1 billion ($1.2 billion), and is only expected to rise in 2021.
Meanwhile, Di Pelosi and Di Parolini wrote that the government should invest in Italian football by “building a national and a European league of football”.
The book also raises the question of whether the current economic and financial crisis is merely a “blip” and a “worrying sign” that the league should be closed down.
“I think it is a very important and necessary thing for the Fisi, that the financial problems be solved,” Di Paroli told Sport Italia.
‘Football is more important than politics’ According the authors, the current crisis in Italian sport should not be used as an excuse for the football federation to be “too big”, to “not invest in football, not fund the development and support of the players, and not support the sporting spirit”.
Di Pelosi told SportItalia that he is also concerned about the current level of financial stability in the Serie B, and the lack of financial backing in the future.
He added that the state should support the Serie C and D leagues, as well as the B team, the B-team, and “the youth football”.
“I am very sad because the sporting legacy of the football is more significant than politics,” Di Perolosi said.
Despite the financial issues, Di Parlisi and Di Della said the Fisesi should not give in to the public’s pressure.
“We are not going to give up because of the financial crises.
The situation is going to get worse, the political pressure will increase and the football club will suffer.
We must resist the pressures, we must not allow them to put the club in a situation where they cannot compete,” Di