According to an article from Gianluca Dimarzio, AC Milan’s President, Paolo Scaroni, recently spoke at an event on the state of San Siro and also talked about the match against Napoli in the Champions League. Scaroni made some strong statements about the state of San Siro, stating that “It is old and Obsolete and not the Scala del Calcio”.
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He expressed that modern stadiums are what fans want, which are beautiful, illuminated, and full. Scaroni emphasized the need for emergency laws to be put in place that will help clubs to overcome obstacles and build new stadiums that meet the expectations of fans.
Scaroni also talked about the challenge of finding a new stadium for both Milan and Inter, as it is not possible to renovate San Siro while both teams are playing there. He added that the current legislation for building new stadiums is not sufficient and that new laws need to be put in place to provide a solution. Scaroni expressed the importance of having a stadium that is an integral part of the match experience, like in England, where the stadium is a piece of the spectacle.
When asked whether the San Siro Stadium could be restructured or renovated, the Rossoneri President laid out the problem saying: “How do you carry out major renovations in a stadium where at least 50,000 people enter every 3-4 days?”.
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Scaroni On The Transition Between Investors
In addition, Scaroni spoke about the transition from Elliott to RedBird and stated that Milan is in a new phase with new investors. He mentioned the importance of balancing the economic and sporting aspects of football, stating that it is necessary to climb both mountains.
Scaroni’s statements shed light on the state of stadiums in Italy and the need for new legislation to be put in place to provide solutions. His comments also highlight the importance of having a modern stadium that is an integral part of the match experience. Scaroni’s comments about the transition to RedBird emphasize the importance of balancing the economic and sporting aspects of football.
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