Vincere l'82% dei voti finali il gol della vittoria di Vlad Dragomir contro il Vis Pesaro è stato selezionato come il gol del mese di ottobre dai miei follower.
L'allenatore dei falchetti commenta la sconfitta nel derby contro l'Avellino.
Nella 25esima giornata del campionato di Lega Pro i biancoverdi si impongono 2 a 0 sui falchetti.
"Abbiamo pagato la troppa voglia di voler far bene, peccato non aver sfruttato qualche occasione per riaprirla". Così il tecnico della Casertana.
Fabio Tito, autore dell'ennesimo assist anche contro la Casertana, parla del buon momento dell'Avellino e della bella vittoria al "Pinto". #avellinocalcio ...
Protagonista indiscusso del derby Fabio Tito, due assist gol e una prestazione all'insegna del sacrificio: "Contento per me e per la squadra"
Piero Braglia se la gode dopo il due a zero alla Casertana: "Secondo posto meritato eccome. La pausa? Non sono un mago, non so se ci farà bene o no"
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