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Tuesday July 17 2018
FIGC Prosecutor: Relegate Chievo

The FIGC Prosecutor has requested a 15-point penalty for Chievo that would see them relegated for fictitious transfer figures.

The Veronese club is accused of inflating the transfer figures of a series of deals with Cesena – a club that went bankrupt this week – to make them look more valuable than they really were.

According to the evidence put forward by the Prosecutor, the value of the players traded were inflated by up to 9,000%.

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Friday July 13 2018
Official: Fiorentina sign Ceccherini

Fiorentina have officially confirmed the signing of Federico Ceccherini from Crotone on a permanent transfer.

The centre-back has spent the past two seasons with Crotone, but following their relegation he has joined the Viola.

“ACF Fiorentina announces that it has acquired, definitively, the player Federico Ceccherini from FC Crotone,” the Tuscan club confirmed on their official website.

“Ceccherini, a defender, was born in Livorno on May 11, 1992 and signs a contract that ties him to the Viola for the next 4 years.

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Thursday July 12 2018
Ceccherini set for Fiorentina

Fiorentina have reportedly agreed terms with Crotone for defender Federico Ceccherini in a €3m deal.

According to Sky Sport Italia, the 26-year-old centre-back will arrive for his medical over the next couple of days.

It is a return to Tuscany for the player, who originally hails from Livorno and began his career with his hometown club.

Ceccherini moved to Crotone in the summer of 2016 and proved important in their two Serie A campaigns.

He contributed three goals and one assist in 74 competitive games for the Calabrese club.

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Wednesday June 20 2018
Official: Crotone appoint Stroppa

Crotone have officially appointed former Italy midfielder Giovanni Stroppa as their new Coach.

A statement on Crotone’s official website confirms Stroppa has signed a two-year contract with the club, with the option for a third season.

The 50-year-old comes from Foggia, whom he lead to a ninth-place finish in Serie B last season, and played four times for Italy, as well as turning out for the likes of Milan, Lazio, Udinese and Genoa.

He replaces Walter Zenga, who left the Calabrians after their relegation to the second tier.

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Saturday June 16 2018
Cosenza back in Serie B

Cosenza are back in Serie B after 15 years, joining Padova, Livorno and Lecce in the 2018-19 season.

The Calabrese club beat Siena in the Lega Pro promotion play-offs thanks to a 3-1 result this evening.

They hadn’t been in Italy’s second division since the 2002-03 campaign.

With Crotone relegated from Serie A, it means there will be a Calabria Derby in Serie B next term.

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Saturday June 16 2018
World Cup: Mandzukic inspires Croatia

Mario Mandzukic was decisive as Croatia beat Nigeria 2-0, forcing an own goal and earning a penalty converted by Luka Modric.

There were three Serie A players in the Croatian starting XI, including Mandzukic in his more traditional centre-forward role, one he rarely takes at Juventus.

Inter winger Ivan Perisic fired just off target, as did Andrej Kramaric, but the Croatian opener was rather scrappy. A corner was flicked on by Kramaric, Mandzukic’s diving header then ricocheted in off the shin of Oghenekaro Etebo.

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Thursday June 14 2018
Tumminello: 'Atalanta right choice'

Roma striker Marco Tumminello arrived ahead of his transfer to Atalanta and assures it is “the right choice.”

The 19-year-old forward spent last season on loan at Crotone.

He is believed to be making the move for €6m, but Roma will retain a buy-back clause for €10m in the first year and €13m after two seasons.

Tumminello landed at Linate Airport in Milan this evening and told Sky Sport Italia: “I am very happy to be here. Bergamo is the right choice.”

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Wednesday June 13 2018
Stroppa to be Crotone Coach

Crotone have reportedly found their new Coach, poaching Giovanni Stroppa from Foggia.

Following their relegation to Serie B, the Calabrese are parting company with Walter Zenga.

According to Sportitalia, he will be replaced by Stroppa, who was spotted having dinner with President Gianni Vrenna and director of sport Giuseppe Ursino.

The 50-year-old spent much of his playing career at Milan and also started coaching in their youth academy.

He then moved on to Sud Tirol, Pescara, Spezia and since the summer of 2016 Foggia.

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Friday June 8 2018
Preziosi: 'Genoa want Mandragora'

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi confirmed talks for Federico Marchetti and Rolando Mandragora, but “Roma and Lazio didn’t ask for Diego Laxalt.”

The Grifone are at the centre of several big transfer stories, including goalkeeper Mattia Perin, who completed his medical with Juventus today.

“Perin has the quality to become the top goalkeeper at Juventus and in my view he is among the best shot-stoppers in the world,” Preziosi told reporters outside the Lega Serie A meeting.

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Thursday June 7 2018
Serie A 2017-18 season review

Juventus secured the Scudetto for a seventh season in a row, but they needed 95 points to hold off the challenge of Maurizio Sarri's Napoli.

The Champions League race went to the wire, with Inter beating Lazio on the final day to secure their place in the top four at the Aquile's expense.

Milan once again underwhelmed, but Atalanta continued to impress and secured European football once again.

Benevento were out of their depth, despite a goalscoring goalkeeper, but the final relegation place was only decided on the final day.

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