Event details: NAME: Arezzo - Savona DATE: February 13, 2016 TIME: 16:30 UTC VENUE: Stadio Citta di Arezzo, Arezzo , Italy

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On 9 January 2013 Mauro Ferretti, an enreprenuer from Rome, bought the club.[6] A few week laters, on 28 Januar, Federico Nofri replaced Michele Bacis as coach.[7]

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On 1 July 2012 the club was renamed Unione Sportiva Arezzo[5] with Abel Balbo as new head coach, replaced since 30 October 2012 by Michele Bacis.

An Italian referee produced a fine example of practising what you preach when he resisted retaliating to a full-blooded kick to the calf from a player he had just sent off.

In November 2010 the club was acquired by a consortium of Rome-based entrepreneurs (including popular actor Luca Zingaretti) for a sum of €400,000; the new owners immediately made a number of changes, appointing former Cagliari player Maurizio Coppola as head coach and former Serie A star Abel Balbo as assistant coach and technical area coordinator.[3][4]

When play resumed 11-man Arezzo ran riot with striker Massimiliano Pecorari scoring all their goals in a 4-0 win. San Niccolò are pinned to the bottom of the table without a win all season and with only one point from 22 games.

Unione Sportiva Arezzo (formerly Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Atletico Arezzo and Associazione Calcio Arezzo) is an Italian association football club based in Arezzo, Tuscany. The club was formed in 1923, refounded in 1993 after going bankrupt and refounded in 2010 after being unable to enroll in the tournament. They currently play in the Lega Pro league.

At the end of the 2009-10 Lega Pro Prima Divisione season the club, due to financial problems, were unable to enroll to the next season tournament. A new club with the Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Atletico Arezzo denomination was entered in Serie D.[2]

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The ninth-tier league game between Castel San Niccolò and visitors Fortis Arezzo, which took place on a mud-soaked pitch just outside Florence, was 0-0 when the home side’s No 11 was shown a red card.

As the referee went to put the card back in his pocket and turn away, the incensed San Niccolò player lashed out with a violent kick – but remarkably the official was unmoved, managing to keep his feet and standing his ground before his attacker was carried away from the field by a team-mate.

For the 2013–14 season, Davide Mezzanotti was appointed as new coach.[8] After the club ended in third place, Ezio Capuano was named new head coach; later on September 2014, Arezzo was readmitted to Lega Pro to fill a vacancy.