Ascoli Calcio, begins the weekend in which the new coach will be chosen. Contacted profiles – picenotime

Until Monday 13 JuneAscoli will make a final decision on Andrea Sottil’s successor on the bench for the 2022/2023 Serie B Championship (with the planned summer retreat in Cascia from 10 to 24 July).

After the negotiations for Filippo Inzaghi did not take place, the management of Juventus immediately contacted other coaches, based on the certainty that next season will restart with the defense at 4 and the midfield at 3 (in attack will vary from of the deployment with the offensive midfielder behind the two forwards to the central striker supported by two outside players). There are three coaches, in particular, with whom in-depth conversations have been established in recent days: Cristian Bucchi (growing strongly), William Viali and Stefano Vecchi.

Cristian Bucchi was born in Rome on May 30, 1977 and as a footballer wore the Ascoli shirt for the 2004/2005 and 2008/2009 seasons with a total of 66 official matches and 21 goals. He began his career as a coach in 2012 with the Primavera del Pescara, then on March 5, 2013 he was promoted to the first team after the dismissal of Cristiano Bergodi with 10 defeats and a draw in eleven games of the Series A. C with Gubbio, relieved of his post. after 20 days with a record of 5 wins, 8 draws and 7 losses. On January 6, 2015, he became Torres’ new coach in Serie C, bringing the Sardinians to safety with a record of 5 wins, 9 draws and 5 losses in 19 games. In the 2015/2016 C Series Championship he leads the C Series Maceratese, finishing the regular season in third place (with 15 wins, 14 draws and 7 losses) and being eliminated by Pisa in the first round of the playoffs. The 2016/2017 vintage made its Serie B debut on the Peruvian bench. With the umbrellas he closes the regular season in fourth place (15 wins, 20 draws and 7 knockouts) and then is eliminated in the semifinals of the playoffs of Benevento. On June 20, 2017 he signed with Sassuolo and returned to Serie A. The experience at Neroverde lasted 14 days, when the exemption came after 3 wins, 2 draws and 9 defeats. In the 2018/2019 cadet tournament he coaches Benevento, closing the regular season in third place with 60 points (17 wins, 9 draws and 10 knockouts). In the playoffs it was eliminated in the semifinals by the Cittadella (victory in the “Tombolato” by 2-1, defeat at home by 3-0). The following year, again in Serie B, he was chosen by Empoli and was sacked after 12 days of the championship with a total of 4 wins, 5 draws and 3 knockouts. On July 6, 2021 he signed a two-year contract with Triestina (a team that is currently having great difficulty signing up for the next championship). After finishing fifth in Group A of Serie C with 55 points (15 wins, 10 draws and 13 losses), he overcame the preliminary playoffs against Pro Patria but was eliminated in the next round by Palermo.

Guillem Viali was born in Vaprio d’Adda, in the interior of Milan, on November 16, 1974. As a footballer he played with Ascoli in Serie C the 1996/1997 championship with 28 games and 2 goals. He started training in Serie D with Fiorenzuola and Piacenza (with a brief stint in 2012 at the helm of Parma National Allievi). In the 2015/2016 Serie C Championship he coached Pro Piacenza, bringing them to safety after the playouts they won against Albinoleffe (a total of 11 wins, 16 draws and 12 losses). The following season he moved to South Tyrol, again in Serie C, being sacked after 29 games with a record of 7 hits, 11 wins and 11 knockouts. In December 2017 he was called up by a troubled Cuneo and managed to take him to safety after the double playout challenge against Gavorrano (a total of 5 wins, 8 draws and 10 losses). The summer of 2018 always stays at C on the Novara bench (just down from B). The exemption comes on February 19, 2019 with the team in ninth place, but is remembered on May 5 when the championship ends and with the team qualified for the playoffs. After beating Siena 1-0, they came out in the second round for the best position of Arezzo after 2-2 in regulation time. In his experience in Novara he has added 10 victories, 14 draws and 7 knockouts. On January 28, 2020 he was chosen to replace Francesco Modesto on the bench at Cesena, also in Serie C, bringing the team to thirteenth place. Confirmed on the bench of Romagna, the following year he closed his group in seventh place, being eliminated in the playoffs in the second round by the hand of Matelica. In the 2021-2022 season his Cesena improved his position in the standings, concluding his group in third place but in the first round of the playoffs comes the elimination of the Monopoly (away victory 2-1 in the first leg, 3 – defeat) 0 on the return “Manuzzi” with resignations announced at the end of the race). His long experience at Romagna ends with a record of 37 wins, 27 draws and 22 losses (average of 1.60 points).

Stefano Vecchi was born in Bergamo on July 20, 1971 and is linked to Feralpisalò by contract until June 30, 2023. After experiences as a coach at Dilettanti with Mapello, Colognese and Tritium, in the Lega Pro 2011/2012 championship he directs Seriously a Spal. financial difficulties with relegation to Serie D after the playout against Pavia and a regular season faced with 8 penalty points. In the 2012/2013 C Series Championship, South Tyrol rises to the playoffs and then is eliminated in the semifinals by Carpi (balance with the South Tyroleans 14 wins, 12 draws and 10 eliminations). In the summer of 2013 he reached Serie B on the bench at Carpi, accumulating 39 points in 29 games (11 wins, 6 draws and 12 losses) before being replaced on March 17, 2014 by Giuseppe Pillon. From 2014 he became the new coach of Inter’s Spring, winning a Viareggio Tournament and an Italian Spring Cup by beating Juventus. On November 1, 2016, following the dismissal of Frank de Boer, he was temporarily called up to coach Inter’s first team. He made his Europa League debut on November 3 against Southampton, losing 2-1. On November 6, he made his Serie A debut against Crotone, winning 3-0 at the San Siro. On November 8, after the appointment of Stefano Pioli as the new coach of Inter, Vecchi returns to train in the spring but is again called up to the first team on May 9, 2017 for the last 3 matches of Serie A : 2-1 defeat to Sassuolo and victories over Lazio (3-1) and Udinese (5-2). In the summer of 2018 he returned to Serie B at the helm of Venice but after only 6 games (1 win, 1 draw and 4 losses) he was sacked and replaced by Walter Zenga. On June 27, 2019 he returns to the South Tyrolean bench, in Serie C. In the first season he occupies the 4th position in Group B and loses the second round of the playoffs against Triestina. In the second season, he was always third in Group B, setting the team record (75 in 38 games) and it was Avellino who eliminated him in the second round of the national phase. His second experience with the South Tyroleans ends with 41 wins, 15 draws and 20 losses in 76 official matches (1.82 points on average). In the last championship of the C Series it drags Feralpisalò to the third position of the championship with 69 points of Padua and South Tyrol. In the playoffs he beat Pescara and Reggiana and then was eliminated in the double semifinal against Palermo. In total, with the Lombards, he collected 24 victories, 10 draws and 12 eliminations in 46 official matches (average of 1.78 points).

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