Brescia FC owner Massimo Cellino has threatened to pull his side out of matches if the league returns amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Serie A was suspended about a month ago but there have been talks of the league being played to completion, but without fans.
However, Cellino feels the campaign should now be scrapped altogether out of respect to those who have lost their lives.
“This season no longer makes sense,” Cellino told Gazzetta Dello Sport.
“We stopped, no team will return as before, the stadiums will be behind closed doors, plus there is a risk for the health of the players.
“For me, returning to playing the games is pure madness.
“If it happens, they are forcing me to be prepared to not send the team out and to lose every game 3-0 out of respect for the citizens of Brescia and their loved ones who are no longer there."
Brescia is currently bottom of the league and stands little chance of avoiding relegation to Serie B.