Cosenza changes face and focuses on Forte. The sale of Sgarbi to Ternana has been finalised

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By John

The “South Tyrol mission” comes to life. This morning, Cosenza will train for the last time in the city before leaving for Milan.
From here it will then continue to the training camp and tomorrow it will carry out the final test a few hours before the truth match against the South Tyroleans. Away in which, in addition to Martino (for whom the championship has already ended), Tutino (suspended), Canotto and Meroni will also be missing.
The latter two continued to undergo therapies yesterday too. In the penultimate session, around a hundred fans encouraged the group. The victory against Venezia regenerated the environment, which had previously become worn out due to a string of performances below the standards at the beginning of the season. Caserta, which will present itself at a press conference at 12.45, has reoriented the compass.
The coach should also start again in Bolzano from an eleven very close to the one used against the lagoon players. The slight variation on the theme could be represented by the use of Voca with the transition to 4-2-3-1 and the use of Forte in the front line. Otherwise there could be a chance for Crespi next to the Roman attacker, with Mazzocchi and Marras destined to guarantee the balance on the side lanes. In both cases, he shouldn’t change the midfield lineage made up of Zuccon and Praszelik.
Transfer market. In the meantime, the final details of Filippo Sgarbi’s transfer to Ternana have been formalised. The defender from Varese, who landed on the banks of Crati last summer, joins the Umbrian club until the end of the season. The player was unable to establish himself in the Sila shirt, always remaining in the shadow of Meroni and Venturi in the first round. Camporese’s arrival further reduced his space. His exit now leaves an “over 23” slot free.
Incoming, the Jacopo Da Riva track remains hot (he would occupy the under 23s) to enrich the midfield battery. However, sporting director Roberto Gemmi’s latest market maneuvers could be influenced by the next result. The Bruzia team received a visit from Eugenio Guarascio on Tuesday. The top manager of Via degli Stadi, visiting the team coinciding with the start of work on the “Rao” stand, expressed his satisfaction to Caserta and the group for the home victory achieved on Saturday against Venezia; a success that stopped the hemorrhage of results of the last two months.
The three points against the lagoon players allowed Cosenza to take a breath of fresh air in the lower part of the table. Repeating the “bingo” also in Bolzano could allow the rossoblù to relaunch themselves even in the playoff zone. The Sila people, therefore, are looking for support in the comparison with the South Tyroleans to possibly think about raising the “bet”. If this were to be the case, the idea of ​​a last-minute surprise coup could develop. A move not far from what happened at the end of the summer when, in the final hours of the transfer market, sporting director Gemmi got his hands on Luigi Canotto and Francesco Forte. The exit door remains open for the less employed players, starting with Mattia Viviani.