GARY CENNERAZZO has family in the suburbs of Naples, close friends in the Czech Republic, and is a company that imports wine from Italy.
As a result, Captain Katie Hutes is keenly aware that football is an afterthought in the face of the coronavirus crisis.
Nevertheless, experienced defenders urge the authorities not to despise Kelty and Brora Rovers If they decide to distribute the bonus as soon as possible.
It is reported that in the face of Covid-19 outbreak in 2019, the / 20 season can be cancelled and the ranking on March 13 is retained.
However, there was no room in the playoffs and subsequent meetings between the winners of the Highland League and the Lowland League for anyone to believe that he was unable to advance to the SPFL.
Cennerazzo sees this as a blow to Kelty, who is owned by Barry Ferguson and lea. The Lowland League is 6 points behind, while Brora is a 13-point cushion with a high score. Win the Highland Championship.
He has urged those within Hampden's sphere of influence to consider expanding the Second League instead.
Cennerazzo said: "We know that public health and life come first, but as far as football is concerned, the boys are shocked at the moment. This is surreal.
" I feel for the potential opportunities for promotion Disappointed because working hard to reach this position in a truly competitive league.
"I think it's good time to consider expanding the division in the top clubs of the low and high leagues. This will be a fair result-in the long run it will benefit Scottish football. I hope to be able to Supporting a bigger, stronger alliance.
"There is no doubt that clubs like Kelty and Brola-with good lineups and traditions-will bring a lot of benefits to the SPFL.
Although passionate about Kelty's career, Cennerazzo's views are calm and thoughtful. He realizes that, in the current circumstances, football is alive and well.
Cennerazzo's father, Antonio, is from Italy, and his family is currently under blockade in the Campania region.
The country has not been affected as badly as in the north, and he still depicts an area that is currently affected by Fear of the country's death toll is close to 2000.
The Scot also played in the United States, Sweden and represented Czech team FK Varnsdorf, where he fought with former Liverpool star Milan Baros.
He continued: "I There are cousins and uncles in Italy, but they are in the south of the country but not
"When I chat with my family from there, there are still people doing business, but the streets are mostly deserted;  "People are afraid to leave their homes, but the Italians have a community spirit and take care of the family, so I'm sure they will spend one Difficult time.
"When I was there, there were still a lot of friends who came to the Czech Republic, and they said that it was the same there, and things like school suspensions.
" So you look at all this and want to know what to do next What will happen. "
Cennerazzo also faces the same commercial challenge that is almost universal as the virus spreads.
As Managing Director of Bellissimo Vino, who imports Italian wine into Scotland, he Already seeking to mitigate the damage that is being suffered.
He added: "This is really shocking and shocks you to reality beyond football.
"We are a small business, working closely with suppliers rs in Italy. As far as import and export restrictions are concerned, I keep in touch with the vineyards and the government, which may now be a bit slow.
" We did Inventory to avoid out of stock, so in a good place now, but worryingly, people predict that this situation will get better and better.
"We also work with bars and restaurants. If bars and restaurants are closed like in other countries, it may affect us. You really think, 'Oh my God, this is a scary situation '.'