There are some “difficulties” with the way La Bocas academy music program is structured and managed, the academy’s director, Francesco Di Giacomo, has admitted.
“The problem with La Baco is that there are some differences,” Di Giaccomo told the La Stampa daily.
“One, the system is not in line with the national and European rules.
Two, it is not as close to the national rules as it should be.”
The academy was set up by former footballer Francesco Sartori to develop the talents of players from the province’s youth academy.
Di Giace said that since he took over in 2014, the situation has improved.
“La Boca has been the most important academy for our country and we have been working for the last three years to improve,” he said.
“It has always been my goal to have La Bonais music program be like La Buca.”
I can’t say that this program has not improved.
“The director added that the academy was not the only one that had been under pressure from the government to improve.”
There are a few other projects and institutions in the country that have been under scrutiny for years.
It is very difficult to get the balance right.
It’s a matter of working on that balance.
“The national rules require that the school’s staff must be at least 20 years of age, with no students older than 18 years old.
The rules also state that “no student older than 12 years of, or with a medical condition, should be admitted to the school”.
According to Di Giacca, the school is working on this issue and is working with local authorities to try and find a solution.
However, Di Giacio said that La Boccas music program “hasn’t done a good job in meeting the rules”.”
We are working on a new system that will give the best possible experience for the students,” he added.