Catanzaro irrepressible, the twins of the Iemmello-Biasci goal also conquer Palermo (1-2): Giallorossi third

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By John

PALERMO-CATANZARO 1-2

MARKERS 44′ pt Iemmello (C); 4′ st Biasci (C), 38′ Stulac (P)
PALERMO (3-4-2-1) Pigliacelli 6; Mateju 5.5, Lucioni 7, Marconi 5 (14′ st Valente 6.5); Buttaro 5.5, Gomes 5.5 (34′ st Stulac 7), Segre 6, Lund 4.5 (14′ st Aurelio 6); Di Mariano 4.5 (1′ st Henderson 6), Mancuso 5 (14′ st Di Francesco 6.5); Brunori 5.5. All. Corini 5
CATANZARO (4-4-2) Fulignati 7; Katseris 7 (23′ st Miranda 6), Scognamillo 7.5, Brighenti 6.5, Veroli 7; Sounas 7.5, Pompetti 7, Ghion 7 (31′ st Pontisso 6), Vandeputte 7 (23′ st Oliveri 6); Iemmello 7.5 (31′ st Ambrosino 6), Biasci 7.5 (31′ st Stoppa 6). All. Vivarini 7.5
REFEREE Marinelli of Tivoli 5.5
NOTE Approximately 20,000 spectators (of which 1,048 guests). Booked Di Mariano, Vandeputte, Katseris, Buttaro, Pompetti, Stulac, Oliveri, Brunori, Miranda. Corners 7-4. Rec. 1′; 8′.

The goal twins. Again them, always them. The signatures of Iemmello and Biasci on a fundamental and well-deserved success, more than the 2-1 final says: Catanzaro set the example in Palermoinflicted a real team lesson on the individualities of the Sicilians, who were increasingly in crisis.
The Giallorossi dominated for almost 80 minutes, they were beautiful and effective, in yet another Vincenza Vivarini masterclass. In the end they suffered from the home team’s reaction – in their guts rather than in their ideas – but after they conceded Stulac’s goal they held up well. Freshman yes, but truly terrible, in third place in the rankings at least for one night.