The Bassovaldostana team has changed the president and the technical guide. Debut next Sunday, then championship matches until May 15th
A deeply renewed Pont Donnaz Hone Arnad Evancon starting next Sunday, 19th, will face the Serie D championship for the second consecutive time with the hope of doing well. The change at the top of the company, with the Lombard entrepreneur Michele Patanè holding the role of president, produced a radical change starting with the technician. Fabrizio Daidola, 56 from Turin, who has spent the last five seasons coaching the Bra, sits today on the bench that belonged to Roberto Cretaz. he is president Patanè.
Even the squad of players has changed the face of the old guard, only Andrè Sassi (seriously injured in training), Andrea Ruatto, Carmine Sterrantino, Rocco Benedetto and Alex Jeantet remained. For the rest, all new faces in a puzzle that will be up to the new technician Daidola to put together.
The first friendlies have aroused good impressions even if football in August is always difficult to decipher. In the last performance on the Fanfulla field in Lodi the boys from Daidola closed on the result of 1-1 placing themselves on the field with the trademark of the coach, that is the 3-4-1-2. Absent the star Frick, in Liechtenstein with his national team, to score, impacting the goal of the advantage of the hosts, was the tip Spaviero with a header from a cross from Cestrone.
Returning to the championship, the Pdhae was confirmed in group A in which in addition to the Aosta Valley there are 11 Piedmontese, 6 Ligurian and two Lombard teams. Compared to last year, the new entries are the newly promoted Asti and Rg Ticino, the Ligurians of Ligorna and the noble Novara rescued after the failure of this summer. It starts at home, Sunday 19, against Sestri Levante. In the second round the Pdhae will face the Bra away with the return of Mr. Daidola to the Granda, but this time he will sit on the bench dedicated to the guests. The first leg match with Novara will be played on 5 December in Valle d’Aosta while the return match is scheduled for 10 April. On the last day, the Valle d’Aosta will face Varese first away and then at home to conclude a season that hopefully is as exciting as the one just passed.
Last match of 2021 on December 22 at home against Ligorna, then a break for the Christmas holidays. It resumes and the end of the first round on 9 January with the last day of the first round. End of the championship on May 15 with space then to the playoffs (from the second to the fifth, the first is hardly promoted to C) and to the play outs (from the third last to the sixth last, the last two in Excellence). Seven midweek shifts. –