At least initially the field will still be the Teghil of Lignano: Triestina anxious, Vicenza fished in B if Reggina skips
PORDENONE. Today the deadline for registering for the next Serie C championship expires. There is time until midnight to send all documents related to the first formal act of the new season. After that, Mauro Lovisa’s company will be part of the Lega Pro planet in all respects, where it returns to gravitate after three years spent among the cadets.
The management will deposit the registration application and will pay the admission fee to the championship, set at 60,000 euros. It will also be necessary to attach a surety as a guarantee for the amount of 350,000 euros and respect the liquidity index set for C in 0.7. It should not be forgotten that, again by Wednesday 22 June, the emoluments relating to players and technical staff must be paid for the months of March, April and May.
At the moment it is necessary to specify also the plant in which the home matches will be played. Pordenone will indicate Teghil di Lignano as the main stadium. Fontanafredda’s Tognon can only be considered when he receives approval from the FIGC. Hopefully Domenico Di Carlo’s team will be able to perform in the Destra Tagliamento between the end of October and the beginning of November.
With the modernization work, however, it will be necessary to run as done in 2020 in Lignano, when the Sabbiadoro structure was adapted to the demands of the B series in record time. There is also great expectation to see if all 60 Lega Pro clubs will present the registration application and related documents.
In the meantime, in Friuli Venezia Giulia, the situation of Triestina is being looked upon with apprehension, which after the death of President Biasin in Australia and the blocking of its accounts encountered many difficulties. It is not certain that the halberds will make it, however by June 22 we will know what the fate of the company in the regional capital will be. In B we look at Reggina, which has just changed owners. However, optimism transpires, even if Vicenza – first in the list of repurchasable clubs – is at the window and waits. If the “Lane” were to rise among the cadets, Pordenone would have one less rival on the way to a high-level championship.
Once these obligations have been exhausted, the Lega Pro will take care of the drafting of the three groups of twenty teams (expected for the first part of July). The division will be horizontal and the neroverdi will be part of group A, which will include the presence of the companies from Piedmont, Lombardy, Veneto and Friuli.
As for the first official match, this will be held in mid-August with the Italian Cup. The championship, on the other hand, will start on the last Sunday of August.