Bari boss Vincenzo Torrente has tried to look on the bright side after his Serie B outfit were docked another two points.
The Stadio San Nicola boys have made a splendid start to the season by winning three and drawing one of their first four games.
However, instead of sitting third in the table with 10 points, they are now in tenth place on just three points because of penalties.
They started the campaign on minus five because of the betting probe, but they have now been docked another two because of financial irregularities.
“It’s better to be injured than dead,” the former Genoa defender noted.
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