Intervista all'allenatore della Ternana Cristiano Lucarelli al termine di Ternana-Albinoleffe (1-2) 1 turno Coppa Italia fonte: ufficio stampa Ternana Calcio.
Le azioni salienti di TERNANA-ALBINOLEFFE (1-2) Coppa Italia 22 settembre 2020.
I commenti a caldo al termine di Ternana Albinoleffe con gli amici di ONTV.
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