The footballitalian website is not available to the public on Google’s mobile apps.
That’s the reason.
In an email, Football Italias editor-in-chief Alessandro Zanni said the decision was made because of copyright issues.
“The team was working on a feature for the mobile version of the website which we have yet to implement.
As a result, this is a non-trivial task for the entire team.
We are working on the mobile edition of the article now,” he said.”
We hope that the update will be ready by the end of this month, as we are still working on it and are confident in our ability to complete it.
We would like to thank all our readers for their patience and support.
We appreciate your feedback and want to thank you for your support as well.”
The Football Italias website is one of several websites on Google owned by the Football League.
The Football League is the commercial arm of the Football Association and operates 24 matches a season, which can take up to three days to complete.
It also has a number of other properties including the Premier League, La Liga and Serie A. A statement from Google says the FootballLeague website “is licensed under the Google Content License.”
“As a result of the terms of our Content License, Google may impose a temporary or permanent copyright lock on any content that is hosted on the FootballLabs.com domain,” it said.
Google’s decision to disable the FootballItalias website in Europe comes a few weeks after Google removed a number YouTube videos and an image from the Google News website, and also the Facebook page for the NFL.