By this time next year, the 2018-19 season will be over, the 2019 Supercopa season will have concluded, and there will be no more Serie A and Champions League.
The 2019-2020 season will begin next year in Italy, with the new season set to kick off next summer.
But before we get into the details, we should also consider that the summer camps that were set to take place over the next year were also cancelled, and now the only activity is going to be the re-run of the Supercopas, which is likely to happen in 2018.
So what will it take to get the 2019 season over?
There are a few ways that could help, but here are some of the main ones.
A change in scheduling and schedule would be the biggest option.
There’s also a possibility that the league could switch to a new schedule that will be different from the one that was in place in 2018 and 2019.
However, the only way that will happen is if the Serie A board approves it.
And the Serie B board, which also has the power to change the schedule, might not approve a change that would take the 2019 calendar to 2018 and the 2019 one to 2019.
It would need approval from the league’s executive committee.
Another option would be to introduce a new calendar, which would probably be similar to the one in place now, with one exception: the first two weeks of the new schedule are set to be played in June and September, rather than April and July.
That would mean that if the new schedules were to be introduced this summer, there would be a huge amount of games scheduled in the first half of the year, and it would be much harder for the league to squeeze a few games into the schedule each year.
It would also mean that the Champions League and Europa League would be played the same week in June, instead of in October, which could make the Europa League more difficult to watch.
All of this could have an effect on the number of games played.
One possible scenario would be that the schedule could be changed to a calendar that will allow for a minimum of 12 matches per season.
That would leave the league with 16 matches in the middle of the season, which might make the Champions league and Europa league more attractive.
The next step is to decide how many games will be played per season, based on the needs of the league.
In 2018-2019, the league had a total of 53 games.
With a new, lower schedule, the season could theoretically run for more than a month, which will have a major impact on the amount of time the teams spend playing each other.
If the new, smaller schedule is used, it could be possible to reduce the number down to 32 matches, which means that the teams could be playing each others games more often, and more importantly, that the games will get played closer to home.
This could be a big deal for clubs like Roma and Genoa, who have been forced to play the Europa league away from home.
If the schedule were changed, it would also help to reduce some of that pressure.
At the moment, the Champions and Europa Leagues are played the exact same week each season.
I’m sure that the new system would give more players the chance to play together.
For now, the biggest question mark is how long it would take for the new calendars to be implemented.
But it seems like Serie A is going through a big change in the next few years, and I can’t wait to see what happens next year.