Vibo, fans and supporters of Inter came in large numbers to greet the Nerazzurri sporting director Piero Ausilio

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By John

The “Murmura” room of the Vibo Chamber of Commerce packed with Inter fans and supporters who came in large numbers to greet the Nerazzurri sporting director Piero Ausilio. Born in Milan, but with solid Calabrian roots (his parents come from Campana in the province of Cosenza), the manager of the European vice-champion team was in Vibo and embellished the parterre of personalities from the world of football present on the occasion of the ninth edition of the Fortunato De Agazio sports award. The event, also on this occasion, organized and coordinated by the journalist Maurizio Insardàwas hosted by the journalist Marica Giannini and saw the participation, among others, of the president of the NLD Calabria, Saverio Mirarchi and the councilor of the CZ-KR-VV Chamber of Commerce, Salvatore Nusdeor. Ausilio received the De Agazio award, honored by Ines De Agazio And Saverio Ceravolo, while further awards went to the president of Vibonese, Pippo Caffo, and to the sporting director of Crotone Beppe Ursino.

Ausilio focused on various topics: the championship fight, the imminent Champions League draw, sports facilities.

There was no shortage of references to the transfer market and Cuadrado’s injury which upsets Inter’s plans in view of the winter transfer session.

“From Monday I will start thinking about something to replace Cuadrado.” “We are absolutely happy with the attackers, we have 4. Without Cuadrado’s injury we wouldn’t have made a transfer in January.”