CESENA – "Physically I'm fine, but emotionally I'm destroyed, that woman snatched the watch from my wrist with all the strength she had. I tried to chase her on foot, but I did not reach her. "
Former football coach Pippo Marchioro, 82, can not rest after the robbery of a precious Submariner watch, worth 10 thousand euros, suffered yesterday in the center of Cesena, the city where he lives.
The popular former coach (led by the other Milan, Cesena and Reggiana) was approached on the street with an excuse from a young woman, who then snatched him. The technician, as reported by the local press, got away with some bruises on his arm.
In 1975-1976, at the first experience in Serie A, he obtained a historic UEFA Cup qualification with Cesena: this goal allowed him to land a great team, Milan. As we read from Wikipedia, the driving experience of the Rossoneri, in 1976-1977, lasted until the end of the first round because it was exonerated.
He therefore went down in Serie B with Cesena; in 1979-1980 he obtained the promotion in Serie A with Como, replaced at the fifteenth day of the 1981-1982 season by Gianni Seghedoni. In the 1986-1987 season he coached Barletta leading the company from Puglia to the victory of the series C1 championship and then to the dispute, the following year, of the first Serie B championship in its history.
In 1988-1989 he was called to lead the Reggiana, in Serie C1; led the Emilian for six seasons, leading the company to the victory of the Serie B championship in 1992-1993 and the first promotion in top flight.
Exonerated by the club grenade in 1994, after a series of experiences, including the leadership of Genoa in 1994-1995, he broke away from the world of football.
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