It was the perfect place for the Barracuas to start the season, as the Baracudas are the third highest-earning Serie A side.
However, the team’s director of football, Marco Vittori, has a shocker to make.
“I thought the Barocadas would start the year with a win,” he told La Repubblica.
“The first half against Sassuolo was terrible and we lost.
We had a difficult start to the season.” “
Barocadas manager Marco Vizzini had to do a lot of hard work, and we have to be honest, it was a bit surprising.
We had a difficult start to the season.”
The move was announced at the end of March, and was designed to bolster the team and prepare them for the first of a six-match Serie A campaign.
The Barracuras finished the season with just six wins and eight draws from their opening 12 matches.
This is a season which has been plagued by injury problems, with the Barcuda having lost the likes of Gianluca Vinilegrone, Marco Rossi, and Domenico Pozzo.
The side have been plagued with injury problems throughout the entire season, and this season the Barucudas have been forced to rely on the services of Marco Vini, Gianlucia Vittoria, and Diego Cisarino.
Vizzani has also made a habit of picking up the pieces in recent years.
He managed the Baruzzuras in 2016-17, and won the title with them in 2017-18, but the team were relegated after the 2016-2017 campaign.
Barocuda coach Marco Vissori is currently on loan at the Estadio Cagliari, and the club has decided to replace him with Vizzoni, who has spent time in the top flight with Inter Milan and Udinese.
The 26-year-old is expected to make the transition to the new era of Barracada football.
“It was a surprise to us, but I am very pleased that I have managed to finish with a result in the first leg against Sassucoli,” Vizzinelli told La Republica.
Vittorio is currently in charge of Barocudas at the top of the Serie A table, with a 16-point advantage over the leaders Juventus.
“In the end, it will be a very difficult season.
But I am excited and I believe we have a great team,” Vissari added.