After the party in Piazza Cima with the fans and in Ca ‘del Poggio with the sponsors, the Conegliano team is preparing to leave Imoco Village
CONEGLIANO. Imoco Village is preparing to close its doors, at least for a while. Evening of celebration and farewell on Monday for the Panthers of Imoco Conegliano (sponsored Prosecco Doc in the league and A. Carraro in the Champions League) which after a long and satisfying season, closed with the Italian “treble”, the world record for consecutive victories ( 76) and the silver at the World Cup and Champions League greeted their fans – over 1,500 in Ljubljana, an incredible exodus – in Piazza Cima in Conegliano before the closing evening with sponsors and staff in the traditional location of Ca ‘Del Poggio.
The toasts began in the square in the late afternoon with all 14 Panthers, coach Santarelli and his staff who immersed themselves in a yellow-blue crowd, in a riot of toasts, greetings, choirs and flags that colored the living room yellow-blue good from Conegliano. Another demonstration of affection and warmth from the extraordinary Panther audience, less than 24 hours before the incredible exodus of Ljubljana.
After the party in the square, the evening continued in the wonderful setting of Ca ‘del Poggio in the traditional end-of-season dinner with sponsors and partners of the club who applauded the great Gialloblù season.
Space acted exciting videos celebrating the season and the many victories of a group that will remain in the legend of the sport, and then the greeting speeches before the cake and the toasts based on Prosecco DOC. The Presidents Piero Garbellotto and Pietro Maschio began, then it was the turn of coach Daniele Santarelli and captain Asia Wolosz who summarized the emotions of another great season and then melted into emotion because yesterday’s was also the “Last dance” by a group that has written indelible pages in the young history of the yellow-blue club and of Italian sport.
Hugs, tears and more hugs for the Panthers who once again confirmed the unity of a fantastic team, which then broke up together with those present in dances and dances to close the season and the “cycle” that brought many victories and trophies on the yellow-blue bulletin board, but above all unforgettable emotions. At the end the “break the lines”, and from today in dribs and drabs the girls will leave the Imoco Village for holidays and especially summer commitments with the various national teams.