A lot of us have wondered whether these images on the Football Italy website might be from the board of the Football League of Italy.
However, the image of the board has been deleted.
This comes after the Football Association of Italy announced that they are launching an investigation into the image.
A Football Italian spokesman told Sky Sport Italia that the board “is very worried about the images of their logo, logo, and logo board” on the football board, which was recently replaced with a new logo.
He added that they would be contacting all of the owners who had the images and would “take all appropriate measures.”
“The board is very worried that the images may have been posted on the website without their consent,” the spokesman said.
“If they are found to be offensive, the board will take all appropriate legal action.
We will also seek to have the images removed from our website.”
Last week, it was announced that the Football Commission of the Italian Football Association (FCI) had launched an investigation on the use of images of football boards.
The Football League is the governing body of the sport in Italy, and is responsible for ensuring that footballers are treated fairly and that referees are trained.
A spokeswoman for the FAI said the board had not been contacted by the Football Authority of Italy and was “confident” that the Board of Control for Football and the Football Associations (BCFA) would take appropriate action.
The football board image is up for a vote by the fans on Saturday (August 11) and fans can vote for their favourite image from the images on their club website.