Parola ai protagonisti dopo la debacle di Busto Arsizio, che conferma lo status di bestia nera dei biancoblù.
Le foto della partita: https://www.leccochannelnews.it/2022/12/04/pro-patria-lecco-tabellino-marcatori/ Pro Patria 2-0 Calcio Lecco ...
Unione Sportiva Pergolettese 1932 is an Italian association football club, based in Crema, province of Cremona, Lombardy. It currently plays in Serie C, the third level of Italian football.
Pro Patria may refer to:
The Pro Patria Union was a national conservative political party in Estonia. The party was founded on 2 December 1995 from a merger of the Estonian National Independence Party and the Pro Patria National Coalition.
Pro Patria and Res Publica Union is a conservative political party in Estonia. It was founded on 4 June 2006 when two conservative parties, Pro Patria Union and Res Publica Party merged.
Pro Patria Finlandia is Impaled Nazarene's ninth full-length studio album. It was released on Osmose Productions in 2006.
Pro Patria National Coalition was an Estonian political party founded in 1992. In 1995 it merged, with the Estonian National Independence Party, into Pro Patria Union.
Pro Patria, officially Stiftung PRO PATRIA Schweizerische Bundesfeierspende, is a Swiss patriotic and charitable organization. Its purpose is to give meaning to the Swiss national holiday, August 1, by collecting donations to the benefit of social and cultural works of national public interest.
Pro Patria is the first album by the electronic body music group Signal Aout 42. The artwork was designed by Damien Vandamme.
The Pro Patria Medal is a South African military campaign medal which was instituted by the Republic in 1974. It was awarded to members of the South African Defence Force for service in an operational area, as designated by the Minister of Defence.
The Pro Patria Medal is a civil state decoration of Poland. Established in 2011, it is awarded by the Head of the Office for War Veterans and Victims of Oppression.
The Pro Patria Milano is an Italian athletics club based in Milano, founded in 1883.