The Italian football federation (FIGC) has been criticised for not making an announcement on the possibility of the Giallorossi’s participation in the Africa Cup of Nations.
The FIGC announced that it was considering postponing the competition due to the ongoing outbreak of the Ebola virus.
The announcement was made on the official Twitter account of the FIGC, which is the body which oversees the governance of the Italian football competition.
However, a few hours later, the FIGS announced that the competition had been postponed due to an Ebola-related incident.
According to the official statement from the FIGs, the incident was due to a transmission of the virus to a member of the team, who tested positive for Ebola on Sunday.
According the FIG, the person had been tested by the FIG and his results were negative.
The association of the players has been strongly criticised for the postponement of the competition.
In a statement, the association of players, which represents all Italian footballers, said that it has not been informed about the postponing of the event.
This has been done because of a transmission from the player to the FIGO, a technical committee of the association.
The decision has been taken at the sole discretion of the secretary general, which has no influence on the decisions of the committee, the statement added.