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Tuesday October 13 2020
Livorno bankruptcy: 'Time is up'

Livorno are heading for bankruptcy tomorrow, confirms President Rossettano Navarra. ‘Time is up, nobody paid, there is no money.’

The club has been in serious trouble even before its relegation from Serie B over the summer.

President Navarra and club owner Aldo Spinelli have managed to keep them afloat this far, but needed new investors today and received no reply.

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Tuesday October 13 2020
Pato wants return to Italy

Former Milan attacker Alexandre Pato has been linked with a return to Serie A, as Genoa, Spezia and Monza are interested in the Brazilian free agent.

Pato has been without a club since he left Sao Paulo in August 2020 and La Gazzetta dello Sport reveals he has decided against signing a deal in Brazil in order to return to Italy this season.

The report reveals Genoa have considered the 31-year-old and he has not been taken off Enrico Preziosi’s wish list, whilst Vincenzo Italiano’s Spezia could also offer him an opportunity in the top flight.

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Tuesday October 13 2020
Monza: Four new positive for COVID

AC Monza have announced four new cases of coronavirus in the team group after the latest round of swabs.

Two players and two staff members have tested positive and were immediately placed in quarantine, ‘in compliance with the health regulations in force’.

All the players who have tested negative continue to train, but Monza have nine positive cases in total, seven of whom are footballers and two staff members.

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Saturday October 10 2020
Serie B: Brescia have two COVID-19 cases

Serie B side Brescia announce they have two COVID-19 cases within the matchday group, including one player.

They had already cancelled today’s training session due to the potential positive test.

This evening, another statement was released confirming that there are two COVID-19 cases, including one player and one member of staff.

They have not been named, but are now self-isolating as per protocol.

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Saturday October 10 2020
Brescia have suspected COVID-19 case

Serie B side Brescia cancelled today’s training session after a suspected COVID-19 case in the matchday squad.

In order to confirm infection, someone has to test positive twice in quick succession.

While awaiting the second test results, Brescia have suspended their training session.

It comes on the day Monza announced the number of players with Coronavirus in their squad had climbed from two to five.

There are currently 26 players with COVID-19 in Serie A.

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Saturday October 10 2020
Now five COVID cases at Monza

Serie B side Monza announce another three players in the squad have tested positive for COVID-19, taking the total to five.

A statement this morning confirms these players are all asymptomatic and have been placed in quarantine at their homes.

Tests on the remaining players came back negative, but the training sessions and swabs will continue as per protocol.

Monza had already announced two positive tests for players on Thursday, so these three take the total at the club to five.

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Thursday October 8 2020
Monza register two COVID-19 cases

Serie B side Monza have announced two of their players have tested positive for COVID-19.

The club released a statement this afternoon confirming two members of the squad, who are both asymptomatic, tested positive and have now been quarantined in their homes.

All the other tests on their teammates and staff came back negative.

Monza are run by President Silvio Berlusconi, who contracted COVID-19 last month, and former Milan CEO Adriano Galliani.

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Tuesday October 6 2020
Official: Brescia sack Delneri, recall Lopez

Brescia President Massimo Cellino has sacked Gigi Delneri and brought back Diego Lopez, who had been the coach from February to August 2020.

The decision was made by volcanic patron Cellino just two games into the new Serie B season.

The Rondinelle picked up one point from those two rounds and Delneri was fired after a 3-0 defeat to league leaders Cittadella.

Lopez had been at Brescia from February 5 to the end of the season, parting company on August 20.

His 16 games resulted in two wins, four draws and 10 defeats.

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Tuesday October 6 2020
Diego Lopez back at Brescia?

Brescia patron Massimo Cellino has reportedly decided to sack Luigi Delneri and wants to bring back Diego Lopez as head coach.

Tuttomercatoweb explains the President was not happy with the management of the team in the 3-0 defeat to Cittadella last weekend.

The outlet reveals Diego Lopez can return without any problems due to his contractual ties with the Rondinelle, who sit bottom in Serie B after two games.

TMW claims Lopez had never terminated his deal with Brescia and will meet with the management to discuss the future strategies in Lombardy.

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Monday October 5 2020
Cellino: 'I'll give Brescia away'

Brescia patron Massimo Cellino has turned off his phones on the last day of the transfer market and said he ‘will give the club away’ if anyone is interested.

The Rondinelle were relegated from Serie A last season and immediately returned to the second tier of Italian football.

Patron Cellino went through a turbulent season at the Mario Rigamonti and the trouble has continued in Serie B.

Brescia are currently bottom of the table with one point from two games and the President has slammed his players.

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