Here is my five point plan for the Serie A:
1) No more officials from clubs being in charge of Italian League offices.
2) Make sure referees are well-trained and graded. An example would be the NFL referees Boss, who watches every game every weekend and afterwards drills refs who make bad calls. Refs should be under pressure to get the game right and not dilly dally on the sidelines or on the field. They should be reprimanded when things don't go right. A possible solution is a pay penalty, or a drop in reputation, causing you to take charge of less important matches.
3) Use video evidence and TV sounds/video to capture crowds hooliganism, violence and racist chants. And fine the club heavily for it. Once Roma was fined in the CL, you didn't see much of a stadium anymore. Do the same in the Serie A. We cannot have racist chants going on all over the place, nor violence. Fine teams that have those fans, including Inter, and possibly take away home games if necessary. The fans will not do that kind of behavior when they won't be able to make games anymore, or ticket prices are raised. A requirement should be for ticket prices to be raised to pay for the fine. That way the fans feel the wrath. Additinoally, even tho innocent fans pay, it is necessary to get the right things done.
4) Create a investigation board in the Italian National Congress that will investigate all football-related incidents. Have them tackle any big scandals and let them hold hearings and create a report, more importantly a solution, to tackle that problem. Let them have discretion as to when to start an investigation and when to end it. This will result in all problems not being ignored.
5) Lastly, improve the rules of the game in regards to offsides. Clarify the offsides rule in the rulebooks, clarify the diving rule, and cut down on the diving incidents. Fine players for diving incidents caught on camera. Fine players on harsh tackles and behind the back challenges. This is already done and I applaud this first step in a better Italian Serie A. Now, lastly, I want to get rid of drugs in football, so step up drug testing and make sure no player is left behind (in terms of tests)
This is my plan. I hope most of it is being done and will be done in the future. We need to change the game.