He concluded three inbound transactions. Deli, Pirrello and a goalkeeper are expected shortly. First training for Di Carlo’s Pordenone after medical examinations
PORDENONE. The Pordenone season has officially begun. The go-ahead was given yesterday, with the medical examinations sustained by the players.
At 5pm today the meeting at De Marchi is scheduled, at 6pm the first training session. We will work on site until Saturday, when the departure for the Tarvisio retreat is scheduled.
Thus began the first competitive year in Serie C after three years among the cadets. The new coach Domenico Di Carlo will make his debut on the pitch with the green and black colors, while in the background the club continues to strengthen the team. Yesterday three operations were made official. The most important concerned Simone Magnaghi (born in 1993).
The attacker, returning from the loan from Pontedera, extended his contract with the lizards by a year. The new bond will expire in June 2024. An important step has been placed in the construction of the group.
The center forward, last season, scored 16 goals and served 4 assists with Pontedera while in 2018-2019 he was one of the protagonists of Pordenone’s promotion to Serie B. His black-green history, which began in 2017, will restart from 66 appearances, with 12 goals and 2 assists.
In addition to him, he signed until June 2024 Cristian Andreoni (’92), right-back who arrived in the city in the previous winter transfer market from Bari. From February to May he made 11 appearances, also being employed in the left lane.
Behind him he will act Alessandro La Rosa, new purchase born in 2002, right back. In the last championship he wore the Giarre shirt in Serie D, putting 26 tokens on the curriculum.
Today will be the turn of other officials. The operations that concern will be put in black and white Francesco Deliattacking midfielder born in 1994, e Robert Pirrellodefender born in 1996. The first will sign a two-year, the second a three-year.
Like the other teammates, they will be immediately available to Mimmo Di Carlo for the afternoon training session. Other hits are in the pipeline. An experienced goalkeeper should arrive by Saturday.
The names of Jacopo Furlan (’93) of Empoli and of Simone Scuffet (’96) of the Apoel Nicosia. Both are from Friuli. The track leading to the first is more feasible, who has an excellent Lega Pro experience between Catanzaro, Trapani, Catania and Lumezzane (gained before moving to Empoli in B).
However, other names are not excluded. He will certainly be a high profile goalkeeper. This is too important a role and the company does not want to take any chances.
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