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Discussion in 'Italy: Clubs' started by BrianCappellieri, Aug 7, 2002.
The official Piacenza thread
01/09 - 01.a JUVENTUS (rit. 26/01)
15/09 - 02.a Brescia (rit. 02/02)
22/09 - 03.a UDINESE (rit. 09/02)
29/09 - 04.a Bologna (rit. 16/02)
06/10 - 05.a INTER (rit. 23/02)
20/10 - 06.a Como (rit. 02/03)
27/10 - 07.a EMPOLI (rit. 09/03)
03/11 - 08.a Atalanta(rit. 16/03)
10/11 - 09.a ROMA (rit. 27/03)
17/11 - 10.a Modena (rit. 06/04)
24/11 - 11.a TORINO (rit. 13/04)
01/12 - 12.a LAZIO (rit. 19/04)
08/12 - 13.a Perugia (rit. 27/04)
15/12 - 14.a CHIEVO (rit. 04/05)
22/12 - 15.a Reggina (rit. 11/05)
12/01 - 16.a PARMA (rit. 18/05)
19/01 - 17.a Milan (rit. 25/05)
FT Brescia 1-2 Piacenza
who has the main eleven for 2-0 today!
Chievo V. 3
one more gol from argentine Hubner, did J montano played 90?
PIACENZA (3-5-2): Guardalben, Cristante, Lamacchi, Mangone (17' s.t. Boselli), Gurenko (38' s.t. Campagnaro), Riccio, Maresca, Di Francesco, Tosto, Montano, Hubner. (1 Orlandoni, 23 Zerbini, 6 Marcolin, 28 Obolo). Allenatore: Agostinelli.
Looks like your guy Montano went the whole way...
Since when is Hubner Argentine?
Piacenza win again. Could this be the surprise team? No, I'm going for Parma for that.
But Parma would not really be a surprise. Granted, they've lost many key players - Di Vaio, Cannavaro, etc etc - but they are still a club built on a solid foundation with unusually sound business practices (for Serie A). I didn't predict a top six finish, but given the abundance of smaller teams in Serie A this year, Parma could stand out.
This also helps Piacenza, which has been fairly stable for a couple of years now.
I didn't think Piacenza would do as well with Hubner aging, but I was wrong. Also, Parma probably would be considered a potential suprise team, because although they usually do well, last season they narrowly escaped relegation as well as loosing several key players.