Spal, Cagliari, Brescia: December with three not to be missed clashes for Corini’s Palermo

As early as August, it was said that December would be the right month to actually draw the first sums. On reliable data. Not even the time to analyze and reflect on the home match drawn against Como that Palermo already have to concentrate on the next match that will see the rosanero team away on Sunday afternoon at 3pm on the Spal field.

President Tacopina’s team, coached for a few weeks by Daniele De Rossi, a coach also evaluated for Baldini’s replacement, is currently in fourth from last place with 16 points and above all is experiencing a period of great crisis. In fact, he hasn’t won for six games and has been defeated in the last few home matches against Modena and Benevento. He has three points less than the rosanero and therefore can be abundantly considered a salvation challenge.

In fact, yesterday’s lack of victory does not allow Palermo to detach the relegation zone by many lengths and therefore the away match has all the characteristics of a delicate match. It will be the third to last match of the first round, after the match in Ferrara the rosanero will in fact return to the pitch at Barbera on Sunday 18 December at 6pm against Cagliari and will close the first round on the so-called ‘boxing day’ scheduled for Boxing Day at 12.30 in Brescia. Three complicated matches for Corini’s team who will have to try to get as many points as possible (at least 4-5) and arrive at the halfway point with an average save that can allow them to face the second round with a bit more serenity.

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