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    Italian Serie B [ Scores Inside ]

    It would be nice to follow Italian serie B also here. So, here's the current standings. 21 rounds played. (Piacenza 20)

    Genoa 46
    Perugia 39
    Torino 37
    Empoli 36
    Ascoli 35
    Verona 35
    Treviso 32
    Piacenza 29
    Ternana 27
    Albinoleffe 27
    Cesena 27
    Arezzo 26
    Catania 26
    Modena 26
    Vicenza 26
    Triestina 24
    Salernitana 23
    Bari 23
    Pescara 23
    Crotone 22
    Catanzaro 17
    Venezia 15

    Modena handed four point deduction, Bari docked a point for fan violence, Crotone docked three points for fan violence.

    And top-scorers:

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    Bogdani Verona 14
    Tavano Empoli 13 (7)
    Spinesi Arezzo 12 (1)
    Milito Genoa 12 (4)
    Cavalli Cesena 11 (1)
    Abbruscato Arezzo 9 (1)
    Bucchi Ascoli 9 (1)
    Marazzina Torino 9 (1)
    Palladino Salernitana 9 (3)
    Schwoch Vicenza 9 (3)
    Bonanni Vicenza 7
    Frick Ternana 7
    Moscardelli Triestina 7
    Pepe Piacenza 7
    Possanzini Albinoleffe 7
    Tedesco Genoa 7
    Vannucchi Empoli 7
    Adailton Verona 7 (1)
    Guzman Crotone 6
    Makinwa Genoa 6
    Stellone Genoa 6
    Calaio' Pescara 6 (2)
    Colacone Ascoli 6 (2)

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    Genoa is a very good team.

    I have friends there and they are lookig forward to next year derby against Sampdoria.
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    Can somebody please update the Serie B standings, the most current standings posted makes me sad 2 calabrian teams in the relegation zone

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    I hoped the well supported team get promoted because its always nice to see matches with the stadiums fulled so I hope Genoa continue on ther good run and that Verona and Torino can get up there aswell as all 3 of these team have got alot of fans!
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    How is Lamouchi doing at Genoa? I know that they are almost certain to move up to serie A next season.

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    Empoli have over-taken Genoa for 1st place in Serie B. With only 4 weeks left, it'll be a tight race though it doesn't really matter as we all know the first 2 teams are promoted regardless.

    The real interest is the 6th and final playoff spot. Modena, Ascoli, Verona, Piacenza and Albinoleffe are all separated by just 3 points.


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    Serie B: Giants prepare party Sunday 5 June, 2005

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    Genoa and Empoli could be automatically promoted to Serie A this evening, while the battle for play-off positions at both ends of the table becomes more complex.

    “This has been a very long season and now we can achieve something wonderful,” stated Genoa Coach Serse Cosmi. “In every corner of the city you can smell the tension and the desire for Serie A. The squad can see the finish line and wants to cross it as quickly as possible.”


    Genoa last tasted the top flight in 1994-95, when they went down after losing a relegation play-off to Padova on penalties. If they beat mid-table Piacenza, then the city can celebrate its return to Serie A.


    It will also be an important comeback for Empoli, who need only a point against Arezzo to be sure of their promotion after just one season in the wilderness. Despite selling stars such as Antonio Di Natale and Tommaso Rocchi, the Tuscans have powered forward with a 21-match unbeaten run.


    “A positive result will start the party in front of our own fans – and all in a derby match, too! It would be a dream come true,” said Empoli striker Luca Saudati.


    Perugia and Torino must win their games to have any hope of capturing those two automatic places, but they now look set for the play-offs that involve teams placed third, fourth, fifth and sixth. Toro sensationally sacked Coach Ezio Rossi this week and will play those remaining matches with director Renato Zaccarelli on the bench.


    The relegation situation is rather more complicated. Catanzaro and Venezia are already doomed to Serie C1 and Crotone will follow this weekend if they lose away to Pescara and Triestina beat Perugia.


    Although only three sides are promoted to Serie A, four will go down to the Third Division. The new rules implemented this season state that the last three in the table are relegated automatically, then there will be a play-out between the fourth and fifth from bottom.


    However, if there is a gap larger than four points between those two sides, then there will be no need for a deciding encounter. That is highly unlikely to apply considering the close battle to avoid the drop with only two rounds left to play

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    Teams I want to see:

    Genoa - Great soccer city, and they deserve it
    Torino - What else? To show the Zebras how a Serie B team still has more fans than them at home
    Perugia - Beating Los Zebras in the last day in 2000 is an eternal distinction

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    Good list Hamed. Genoa have been getting immense crowds (at least for Serie B) so hopefully they win today to achieve automatic promotion. Also agree on Torino, plus they move into they're new stadio next season I believe!

    Little Empoli will most likely be back in Serie A. I can think of a few teams I'd like to see ahead of them but I guess I have no say in the matter.

    FYI- Napoli are in the Finals for Serie C1. The winner, obviously, gets promoted to Serie B. Good luck to them!


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    Half time scores, not looking good for Genoa so far:

    HT Catanzaro 0 - 0 Verona

    HT Cesena 2 - 0 Ternana

    HT Empoli 0 - 0 Arezzo


    HT Modena 0 - 0 Treviso

    HT Perugia 1 - 0 Triestina

    HT Pescara 1 - 2 Crotone

    HT Piacenza 1 - 0 Genoa

    HT Salernitana 0 - 1 Ascoli

    HT Torino 2 - 1 Albinoleffe

    HT Venezia 0 - 1 Catania

    HT Vicenza 0 - 0 Bari

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    FT Catanzaro 1 - 1 Verona

    FT Cesena 2 - 0 Ternana

    FT Empoli 1 - 1 Arezzo

    FT Modena 1 - 1 Treviso

    FT Perugia 1 - 0 Triestina

    FT Pescara 1 - 4 Crotone

    FT Piacenza 2 - 2 Genoa


    FT Salernitana 2 - 1 Ascoli

    FT Torino 3 - 1 Albinoleffe


    FT Venezia 1 - 1 Catania

    FT Vicenza 0 - 0 Bari
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    So Empoli and Genoa are going to Serie A for sure, and Perugia and Torino would have a play-off. I will confirm from channel4 later.

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    The scores in Serie B right now:

    61' Albinoleffe 0 - 1 Perugia

    61' Arezzo 1 - 0 Vicenza

    61' Ascoli 1 - 0 Modena

    61' Bari 3 - 0 Empoli

    61' Catania 1 - 0 Cesena

    61' Crotone 3 - 0 Salernitana

    61' Genoa 2 - 1 Venezia

    61' Ternana 2 - 0 Catanzaro

    61' Treviso 0 - 1 Torino

    61' Triestina 1 - 0 Pescara

    61' Verona 0 - 0 Piacenza

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    Promoted: Empoli and Genoa

    Play-offs: Treviso vs. Perugia and Ascoli vs. Torino


    I'd like to see either Granata or Perugia for the other promotion spot. Preferably the former.


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    Forza Torino

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    I just hope Bari and Salernitana pop up in the standings a bit more next season.

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    Napoli-Avellino final for promotion isn't 2-legged is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by primo-inter
    Napoli-Avellino final for promotion isn't 2-legged is it?
    In case you haven't found out by now (though I'm sure you have) it is 2 legged. 1st leg was a 0-0 draw at San Paolo. Napoli score an away-goal and they have a good chance of getting promoted. I'm pulling for 'em!

    Serie B Playoffs kicked off today and they're good results if you're a fan of the more traditional (and popular) teams like me.

    Ascoli 0 - 1 Torino
    Treviso 0 - 1 Perugia


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    Great, thanks for the update. I totally forgot about it. So now Genoa and Empoli made it, and if one of Torino-Perugia or is it both?

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