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Elite football teams in Italy have asked the government to suspend the country’s advertising ban for 12 months to help mitigate the effects of the ongoing coronavirus lockdown.
Serie A, the highest tier of professional football in Italy, has formally asked the government to suspend the effects of the Dignity Decree that effectively outlawed gambling advertising.
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