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Real estate developer D’Agostino takes Banchette Ivrea out of trouble

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BANQUETTE D’IVREA

Last Sunday’s 2-1 victory in Turin with Barcanova allowed Banchette Ivrea, in the Promotion group B, to interrupt the negative streak of six consecutive results. Credit for all this goes, first of all to Anthony D’Agostino real estate agent of 31, from Rivarolo Canavese, who achieved the decisive double and then, no less important, to a very united group, which was able to fight until the last second of match indomitable.

With the two goals on Sunday, D’Agostino is at five centers, while the count of assists is at eight, numbers that count up to a certain point, as D’Agostino himself states: “The aspect that matters most is certainly the salvation of Banchette Ivrea, then everything else comes – D’Agostino comments -. None of us expected this initial difficulty: in twelve games we have collected just ten points and we are all aware that from now on we have to give something more to be able to get out of the playout area ».

«Looking at the ranking it is true that we are only one point away from salvation without going through the playout – explains D’Agistino – but this should not make us relax. Unfortunately, in these first twelve league games we were also affected by many absences due to injuries and it was not easy to go out on the pitch and win. We then faced very strong teams such as, for example, Lascaris, Ivrea, Rivarolese, San Mauro and Volpiano and the only team that has something more than the others is Lascaris, our first opponent this season. We could have done more in terms of the game and consequently also of results, but the most important aspect is that the team is very united and wants to recover. The boys train with great determination and we hope Sunday’s victory will be a beginning in this sense ».

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D’Agostino then focuses on the continuation of the season, which sees Banchette Ivrea opposed to Valdruento and Torinese, before closing the first leg with Quincitava and Carrara 90. “In the next matches we will face very tough teams, starting with Valdruento, it will not be not easy to get a full loot, but we must enter into the perspective of the ideas that from now to the end of the championship, we will have to fight even more than what we are doing and take home as many points as possible ».

“Then of course – continues D’Agostino – if I manage to increase my tally of goals even better, but the team always comes first: you win and lose all together, the club wants to achieve salvation as much as ever before and for this reason he is working on the transfer market to strengthen the team ». “We are very confident we can increase the quality of the team – concludes D’Agostino – as this club and its supporters rightly deserve”. –

Loris Ponsetto

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