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UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin is confident "good old football with fans will come back very soon" despite the chaos caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
UEFA has postponed a potentially key meeting of its Executive Committee until June 17, European football's governing body said on Monday.
UEFA are preparing all of the fine details of EURO 2021. In the last few hours, local authorities confirmed that Hampden Park stadium in Glasgow will host some matches of the European tournament.
Despite the fact that the Euro is scheduled to be played in 12 cities, the coronavirus pandemic could force these venues to be reduced to nine. Ceferin revealed that there are problems with three of them.
Roma midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo has been backed by Roberto Mancini to become key for Italy.
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