The government was set to meet the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) and the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) on Monday 5 February to decide when Italian football will be restarted. All domestic and international Italian matches were suspended indefinitely on 2 February after a policeman was killed by a bomb and around 70 people were injured during violence between fans at a Serie A game between Catania and Palermo. Before the match began, a one-minute silence was held for the director of the amateur Sammartinese team who died of a brain haemorrhage after fan violence in Calabria six days previously. As well as deciding if and when football fixtures will start again, Monday
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