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Tardelli si candida all’Assocalciatori: «Calcio da rifare, il sindacato ormai è un centro di potere»

Tardelli si candida all’Assocalciatori: «Calcio da rifare, il sindacato ormai è un centro di potere»

«Bene giocare, ma non mi vanno né i playoff né l’algoritmo. Mi candido al sindacato Aic, ormai un centro di potere. I soldi siano gestiti diversamente, tutelerò i più deboli»


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