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Hunt for Chievo’s jewels and Parma have secured Tutino to aim high

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The race for the Chievo jewels, released after the exclusion of the Scala club from Serie B, is just beginning. But in the meantime, there are those who are already drawing heavily on the former thriving Clivense basin. This is the case of Frosinone, who hired the attacking midfielder Luca Garritano (born in 1994), author of 8 goals and 10 assists in the Gialloblù last season. Some of which the Pordenone fans remember them well. The new player from Ciociaria, in fact, was the protagonist of both matches with the neroverdi in the last Serie B tournament. Michael Smith the ball of the provisional advantage of Chievo, taken up by Sebastian Musiolik in the final seconds. While in the return match at Bentegodi it was Garritano himself who made the 2-0, just three minutes after the feat with which the new green lizard Amato Ciciretti opened the scoring. A thick reinforcement, therefore, for the formation of Fabio Grosso, who will also be able to count on two other additions from the ashes of Chievo: it is the left-back Matteo Cotali (1997) and the outside Luigi Canotto (1994).

The forwards are also holding the stage in the second division market. From this point of view, a shot by the newly promoted Como, who has secured himself Ettore Gliozzi (1995) from Monza: last season the striker was on loan to Cosenza, with whom he scored 7 goals.

All done also for the passage of Gennaro Tutino (1996) to Parma: the Napoli player after having contributed to the sound of goals (13) to the promotion of Salernitana, is a candidate for a new top season. –

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