La pagella del nostro Direttore Stefano Agresti sullo striscione che univa Bergamo e Brescia, poi vandalizzato.
08-03-2020: (9a rit. A2 Credem Banca) - Sarca Italia Chef Centrale Brescia - Conad Reggio Emilia.
Le immagii più belle della finale di Coppa Italia.
23-02-2020: (Finale Del Monte Coppa Italia) - Olimpia Bergamo - Sarca Italia Chef Centrale Brescia.
Il punto della vittoria dell'Olimpia Bergamo nella finale di Del Monte Coppa Italia A2.
Ecco le più belle azioni delle vittoria di Brescia sul campo di Calci.
16-02-2020: (7a rit. A2 Credem Banca) - Peimar Calci – Sarca Italia Chef Centrale Brescia.
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