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Match Officials: Referees for the Italian Serie A 2021-22 Season

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The National Committee of the Italian Referee Association (AIA) has confirmed the 2021-22 Serie A Match Officials with the promotions of referees and assistants to CAN C and observers to CON Professionals. The president of the Italian Referee Association (AIA) is Alfredo Trentalange.   Gianluca Rocchi of the section of Firenze appointed on July 3, 2021 as the new designator of Serie A and Serie B referees replacing Nicola Rizzoli.   Rocchi retired at the age of 46 refereeing his last game on 1 August 2021, Juventus vs A Roma.  Vice Refereeing designators are Andrea Gervasoni, Elenito Di Liberatore and Lorenzo Manganelli.

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👉 ACTUAL REFEREES PROMOTED BY CAN C TO CAN

Andrea Colombo of the Como section
Francesco Cosso of the Reggio Calabria section
Matteo Marcenaro of the Genoa section
Gianpiero Miele of the Nola section
Luca Zufferli of the Udine section

👉 ACTUAL REFEREES DISMISSED BY CAN

Daniel Amabile of the Vicenza section (technical evaluations)
Lorenzo Illuzzi of the Molfetta section (technical evaluations)
Ivan Robilotta of the Sala Consilina section (technical evaluations)
Riccardo Ros of the Pordenone section (technical evaluations)

👉 ACTUAL REFEREES CAN AIA – SERIES A AND SERIES B 2021-2022

Eugenio Abbattista of the Molfetta section
Rosario Abisso of the Palermo section
Gianluca Aureliano of the Bologna section
Giovanni Ayroldi of the Molfetta section
Gianpaolo Calvarese of the Teramo section
Giacomo Camplone of the Pescara section
Daniele Chiffi of the Padua section
Andrea Colombo of the Como section
Francesco Cosso of the Reggio Calabria section
Marco Di Bello from the Brindisi section
Antonio Di Martino of the Teramo section
Federico Dionisi of the L’Aquila section
Daniele Duties of the Rome section 1
Michael Fabbri of the Ravenna section
Francesco Fourneau of the section of Rome 1
Matteo Gariglio of the Pinerolo section
Davide Ghersini of the Genoa section
Piero Giacomelli of the Trieste section
Antonio Giua of the Olbia section
Marco Guida of the section of Torre Annunziata
Massimiliano Irrati of the Pistoia section
Federico La Penna of the section of Rome 1
Lorenzo Maggioni of the Lecco section
Gianluca Manganiello of the Pinerolo section
Matteo Marcenaro of the Genoa section
Matteo Marchetti of the Ostia Lido section
Fabio Maresca of the Naples section
Maurizio Mariani of the Aprilia section
Livio Marinelli of the section of Tivoli
Valerio Marini of the section of Rome 1
Davide Massa of the Imperia section
Luca Massimi of the Termoli section
Francesco Meraviglia of the Pistoia section
Gianpiero Miele of the Nola section
Daniele Orsato of the Schio section
Luca Pairetto of the Nichelino section
Fabrizio Pasqua from the Tivoli section
Daniele Paterna of the Teramo section
Ivano Pezzuto of the Lecce section
Marco Piccinini of the Forlì section
Alessandro Prontera of the Bologna section
Antonio Rapuano of the Rimini section
Juan Luca Sacchi of the Macerata section
Alberto Santoro of the Messina section
Marco Serra of the Turin section
Simone Sozza of the Seregno section
Paolo Valeri of the Rome section 2
Manuel Volpi of the Arezzo section
Luca Zufferli of the Udine section

👉 ACTUAL REFEREES VAR PRO AIA – SERIES A AND SERIES B 2021-2022

Luca Banti of the Livorno section
Aleandro Di Paolo of the Avezzano section
Paolo Silvio Mazzoleni of the Bergamo section
Luigi Nasca of the Bari section

👉 REFEREE ASSISTANTS PROMOTED FROM CAN C TO CAN

Claudio Barone of the section of Rome 1
Marco Ceccon of the Lovere section
Giuseppe Di Giacinto of the Teramo section
Domenico Fontemurato of the Rome section 2
Dario Garzelli of the Livorno section
Claudio Gualtieri of the Asti section
Paolo Laudato of the Taranto section

👉 ASSISTANT REFEREES DISMISSED

Riccardo Annaloro of the Collegno section (technical evaluations)
Enrico Caliari of the Legnago section (technical evaluations)
Valentino Fiorito of the Salerno section (resignation from the AIA)
Giuseppe Macaddino of the Pesaro section (technical evaluations)
Thomas Ruggieri of the Pescara section (age limits)
Tarcisio Villa of the Rimini section (technical evaluations)

2021 – 2022 Italian Serie A Teams – Coaches – Captains – Manufacturer

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The revolution in Serie A for the 2021-22 Season is full of expectation.  The news  is that only  6 Coaches kept their job from last season.  Surely, we are all set to see the work of the  new coaches.  Two of the most highly mediatic coaches are AS Roma Coach Jose Mourinho “the Special One” and Massimiliano Allegri returning to coach Juventus.  The challenge will be for Simone Inzaghi, previously coaching Lazio, and now coaching Inter “Italy’s Champions winner of the 2020-21 Scudetto. ”   The enthusiasm also from the 3 teams promoted from the Serie B: Empoli, Salernitana, and Venezia.

We wish all 20 coaches the best!    Let’s roll the ball!

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👉 2021-2022 Italian Serie A teams, Coaches, Captains, and Kit Manufacturers

Up to Tuesday 20 July 2021

Team Coaches Captain Kit manufacturer
Atalanta  🇮🇹 Gian Piero Gasperini  🇮🇹 Rafael Toloi Joma
Bologna 🇷🇸 Siniša Mihajlović 🇮🇹 Andrea Poli Macron
Cagliari  🇮🇹Leonardo Semplici 🇧🇷 João Pedro Adidas
Empoli 🇮🇹 Aurelio Andreazzoli 🇮🇹 Simone Romagnoli Kappa
Fiorentina 🇮🇹 Vincenzo Italiano 🇦🇷 Germán Pezzella Kappa
Genoa 🇮🇹 Davide Ballardini 🇮🇹 Domenico Criscito Kappa
Hellas Verona 🇮🇹 Eusebio Di Francesco 🇵🇹 Miguel Veloso Macron
Internazionale 🇮🇹 Simone Inzaghi 🇸🇮 Samir Handanović Nike
Juventus 🇮🇹 Massimiliano Allegri Adidas
Lazio 🇮🇹 Maurizio Sarri 🇮🇹 Ciro Immobile Macron
AC Milan 🇮🇹 Stefano Pioli 🇮🇹 Alessio Romagnoli Puma
Napoli 🇮🇹 Luciano Spalletti 🇮🇹 Lorenzo Insigne Onis Swiss
Roma 🇵🇹 José Mourinho 🇮🇹 Lorenzo Pellegrini New Balance
Salernitana 🇮🇹 Fabrizio Castori 🇮🇹Francesco Di Tacchio Zeus
Sampdoria 🇮🇹 Roberto D’Aversa 🇮🇹 Fabio Quagliarella Macron
Sassuolo 🇮🇹 Alessio Dionisi 🇮🇹 Francesco Magnanelli Puma
Spezia 🇮🇹 Thiago Motta 🇮🇹 Claudio Terzi Acerbis
Torino 🇭🇷 Ivan Jurić 🇮🇹 Andrea Belotti Joma
Udinese 🇮🇹 Luca Gotti Macron
Venezia 🇮🇹 Paolo Zanetti 🇮🇹 Marco Modolo Kappa

 

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Copa America Final: Result ARGENTINA 1 – 0 BRAZIL, Saturday 10 July 2021

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41% Ball Possession BRAZIL and 59% Ball Possession ARGENTINA

  Argentina 1 – 0  Brazil

21′ Ángel Di María

The big clash.   The game for the honor.  Argentina win the Copa America Final  defeating Brazil and lift the Trophy on Saturday 10 July 2021.   Argentina humiliated Brazil at the Estadio Jornalista Mário Filho (Maracanã). Argentina ended the 28-year drought for a major international tournament trophy. Lionel Messi win his first major title with Argentina.

  • Stats: Before the game, Argentina have won 15 matches out of a total of 33. Brazil won in 10 matches.

Italian Serie A Players with 🇦🇷  Argentina National Team

  • Udinese goalkeeper Juan Musso, not listed
  • Fiorentina defender Germán Pezzella replaced in the 79th minute replaced Cristian Romero
  • Fiorentina defender Lucas Martínez Quarta not listed
  • Atalanta defender Cristian Romero playeduntil the 79th minute and replaced by Germán Pezzella.
  • Udinese defender Nahuel Molina Lucero listed as a sub
  • Udinese midfielder Rodrigo De Paul, 21′ assist for Di Maria’s goal, 68′ yellow card, played all game
  • Bologna midfielder Nicolás Domínguez  not listed
  • Inter forward Lautaro Martínez played until the 79th minute and replaced by Nicolás González
  • Lazio forward Joaquín Correa

  Italian Serie A Players with Brazil National Team 🇧🇷

    • Juventus defender Danilo played all game
    • Juventus defender Alex Sandro listed as a sub

Messi win his first trophy with the National team… a kiss to the fans.


It is Argentina to open the score in the 21st minute. Ángel Di María defeating Brazil goalkeeper Ederson with a left footed shot to the high center. The assist is by Rodrigo De Paul.

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 Argentina 1  – 0  Brazil
Final
Saturday 10 July 2021
Estadio Jornalista Mário Filho (Maracanã)
Brazil

17:00

Referee: Esteban Ostojich (URU)
Assistant Referee 1: Carlos Barreiro (URU)
Assistant Referee 2: Martin Soppi (URU)
Fourth Official: Diego Haro (PER)
Reserve AR: Jose Antelo (BOL)
VAR: Andres Cunha (URU)
AVAR 1: Daniel Fedorczuk (URU)
AVAR 2: Alexander Guzman (COL)
AVAR 3: John Ospina (COL)
Referee Assessor: Ubaldo Aquino (PAR)

Goals22′ Ángel Di María (A),

Official lineups – formations – tabellino:

🏆👉Lineup Brazil (4-2-3-1): Ederson; Danilo, Marquinhos, T. Silva (C), Lodi; Casemiro, Fred; Éverton, Paquetá, Richarlison; Neymar

Subs: Alisson (GK), Weverton (GK), Militão, Ortiz, Emerson, A. Sandro, Fabinho, Douglas, Ribeiro, Vinicius, Firmino, Gabigol

Coach: Tite

🏆👉Lineup Argentina (4-3-3): E. Martínez; Montiel, Romero, Otamendi, Acuña; De Paul, Paredes, Lo Celso; Messi, Lautaro, Di María

Subs: Armani, Marchesín, Pezzella, Li. Martínez, Molina, Tagliafico, Palacios, Rodríguez, Gómez, González, A. Correa, Agüero

Coach: Lionel Scaloni