ROME – The Italian Serie B soccer championship has issued the last verdicts of the regular season. Lecce , the team coached by Fabio Liverani, triumphs against Spezia and returns to A after 7 years, Palermo confirms its third place waiting for the decision of the National Federal Court on the request for retrocession by the FIGC prosecutor. Playout for Venice and Salerno. Foggia is demoted to Serie C.
Serie B, Lecce returns to Serie A after 7 years: Fabio Liverani's masterpiece.
Lecce back in Serie A after seven years thanks to the victory against Spezia in the last round of the regular season of the Italian Serie B football league. Lecce beat the Ligurian side 2-1 thanks to goals scored by Petriccione and La Mantia. Palermo remains in third place and awaits the decision of the National Federal Court on the request for retrocession made by the FIGC prosecutor.
If Brescia and Lecce have been promoted directly in Serie A, Benevento, Pescara, Verona, Spezia and Cittadella also celebrate the playoff qualification. At the bottom of the standings, a sensational direct relegation for Foggia, who gets back from Verona and ends the championship in third place. Foggia back in Serie C with Padova and Carpi. The salvation challenge of the playouts will face Venice and Salerno.
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Source: Blitz Quotidiano