(ANSA) – ROME, OCTOBER 09 – “What happened to the Under 21 represents the confirmation of how the protocols of the sporting institutions are in any case subordinated, in their application, to the law”. This was stated by the lawyer Mattia Grassani, commenting to ANSA, the decision of UEFA to postpone the Iceland-Italy match scheduled for this afternoon after the Icelandic authorities had asked the Italian delegation to quarantine itself for the three positives found in the group . “In Iceland, the competent authorities considered that the conditions for the dispute of the match and Uefa did not exist, without opposing anything or insisting on the dispute of a match at risk – continues the lawyer -, he postponed the match, thus recognizing the supremacy state measures and the need to protect the health of citizens “. Grassani, who is also Napoli’s lawyer, notes that this affair cannot be superimposed on the Juventus-Napoli case as a case in point, but underlines that “the principle of the hierarchy of legislative and regulatory sources, in the balancing of interests, has seen, even in in this case, the protection of public health prevails over the safeguarding of the regular conduct of competitions “. (HANDLE).