Juve U23 wins the Italian Serie C Cup: Ternana beaten 2-1

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Brunori and Rafia remount Mammarella’s network: Pecchia celebrates (and also gains access to the playoffs)

Juventus U23 wins the Serie C Italian Cup final. At the Manuzzi stadium in Cesena the bianconeri coached by Fabio Pecchia defeat Ternana 2-1 in comeback. Umbri took the lead in the 6th minute thanks to a splendid free kick by Mammarella, but in the 12th minute came the draw on a penalty signed by Brunori and at the end of the first half the winning leg of Rafia who in the 46th minute, caught on a perfect assist by Marchi, beat Iannarilli for 2-1. In the final, Ternana remains in ten for the second yellow card to Defendi.

So the playoffs

The final of the Coppa Italia Lega Pro, in addition to assigning the title, also defined the playoff grid: Juventus U23 (tenth in the league) gains access to the play-offs together with the third. Recall that five teams have given up (they will only have 0-3 at the table): Pontedera, Arezzo and Pro Patria (group A), Modena and Piacenza (group B). Here is the program of challenges that will have to decide the fourth team promoted in Serie B.

GROUP STAGE – First round (Tuesday 30): in the event of a tie in the 90th minute, the best placed team passes (i.e. the one that plays at home).

GROUP A – Alessandria-Pro Patria 3-0 on the table, Siena-Arezzo 3-0 on the table, Novara-AlbinoLeffe.

GROUP B – Padua-Sambenedettese (8.45 pm, live on Rai Sport), Feralpisalò-Modena 3-0 at the table, Piacenza-Triestina 0-3 at the table. GROUP C – Ternana-Avellino, Catania-Francavilla, Catanzaro-Teramo.

GROUP STAGE – Second round (Sunday 5 July): in the event of a tie in the 90th minute, the best placed team passes (i.e. the one that plays at home).

GROUP A – Pontedera (fourth) – winner of Novara / AlbinoLeffe will be 0-3 at the table, Alessandria-Siena.

GROUP B – Sudtirol (fourth) and the other best placed qualified (Padova, if he wins, or Feralpisalò) play at home against the other two qualified (the best against the worst).

GROUP C – Power (fourth) and the other best placed qualified play at home against the other two qualified (the best against the worst).

NATIONAL PHASE – First round (Thursday 9 July): in the event of a tie in the 90th minute, the best placed team passes (i.e. the one that plays at home). The three thirds (Renate, Carpi and Monopoli), plus Juventus U23 and the best placed among the six qualified from the group stage receive the other five qualified (pairings by drawing lots).

NATIONAL PHASE – Second round (Monday 13 July): in the event of a tie in the 90th minute, the best placed team passes (i.e. the one that plays at home). The three runners-up (Carrarese, Reggiana and Bari) and the best placed among the five qualified by the group stage receive the other four qualified (pairings by drawing lots).

FINAL FOUR – Semi-finals (Friday 17 July): in the event of a tie in the 90th minute, extra time is awarded and, if the tie persists, the penalty shoot-out takes place. Two home games for the best placed teams, pairings by lot with the other two qualified. Final (Wednesday 22 July): in the event of a tie in the 90th minute, you go to extra time and, if the tie persists, you go to the penalty kicks. It is played at the home of the best placed team.



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