2014 - 15 September Review
AS Venezia played Cittadella, Lanciano, Crotone, Varese and Pro Vercelli.
CITTADELLA 2-3 AS VENEZIA
Line Up: AS Venezia: (4-1-1-3-1) Kuszczak, Seitaridis, Neill, Bacchetti, Biraghi, Bottone, Kafes, Anelka, Seijas, De Silvestro, Iaquinta
Line Up: Cittadella: (4-4-2) Casadei, Colombo, Mengoni, Pellizzer, Pugliese, Surraco, Paolucci, Busellato, Gorobsov, Pérez, Donnarumma
2,519 people witnessed a great game between Cittadella and Venezia at the Pier Cesare Tombolato. Iaquinta gave Venezia the lead. Late on in the second half, Cittadell equalised with a goal from Busellato. Madej then quickly gave ASV the lead again. Donnarumma then equalised, but Madej, who came off the bench, scored to give I Gondolieri the three points.
Vincenzo Iaquinta (27)
Massimiliano Busellato (76)
Lukasz Madej (78)
Alfredo Donnarumma (82)
Lukasz Madej (88)
AS VENEZIA 1-1 LANCIANO
Line Up: AS Venezia: (4-1-1-3-1) Kuszczak, Seitaridis, Neill, Bacchetti, Biraghi, Bottone, Barrilá, Anelka, Adorján, Seijas, Iaquinta
Line Up: Lanciano: (4-2-3-1) Terracciano, Aquilanti, Troest, Scrosta, Mammarella, Paghera, Mezavilla, De Giorgio, Pennacchio, Ganz, Babacar
The next game was against Lanciano, where a crowd of 9,963 witnessed a 1-1 draw at the Stadio Pierluigi Penzo. Babacar gave Lanciano an early lead, but Iaquinta scored late on to bring it level. Seitaridis injured himself and is out of action for four weeks.
Khouma Babacar (14)
Vincenzo Iaquinta (82)
AS VENEZIA 3-1 CROTONE
Line Up: AS Venezia: (4-1-1-3-1) Kuszczak, Neill, Piccolo, Terlizzi, Biraghi, Bottone, Kafes, De Silvestro, Valenta, Seijas, Anelka
Line Up: Crotone: (4-3-1-2) Caio Secco, Madonna, Ligi, Abruzzese, Mazzotta, Diakitè, Crimi, Minotti, Ninis, Maniero, Ishak
A crowd of 9,994 witnessed ASV run out 3-1 winners at the Stadio Pierluigi Penzo. Anelka gave I Gondolieri an early lead, which Valenta soon built on, and then added in the twenty-ninth minute. Ishak then got on back for Crotone.
Nicolas Anelka (10)
Jiri Valenta (14)
Jiri Valenta (29)
Mikael Ishak (76)
VARESE 1-1 AS VENEZIA
Line Up: AS Venezia: (4-1-1-3-1) Kuszczak, Neill, Terlizzi, Goian, Biraghi, Bottone, Seijas, Anelka, Valenta, Barrilá, Iaquinta
Line Up: Varese: (3-5-2) Bressan, Camporese, Rea, Grillo, Flamozzi, Zecchin, Corti, Barberis, Cristiano, Momenté, Eusepi
The next game was ASV visit the Franco Ossola, where 3,131 witnessed a draw. Barberis put Varese in front just before half time, with a magnificent free kick. Baros then equalised in the fifty-second minute for I Gondolieri, to score his first goal for the club
Andrea Barberis (45)
Milan Baros (52)
AS VENEZIA 1-0 PRO VERCELLI
Line Up: AS Venezia: (4-1-1-3-1) Kuszczak, Neill, Piccolo, Terlizzi, Bottone, Kafes, De Silvestro, Valenta, Barrilá, Anelka
Line Up: Pro Vercelli: (4-2-3-1) Russo, Bencivenga, Milesi, Regno, Scaglia, Rosso, Ardizzone, Erpen, Ragatzu, Scavone, Kuqi
The next game was against Pro Vercelli, where a crowd of 9,984 watched the one nil win. Anelka got injured early on and is out for three to four weeks. Kafes then scored a header to give ASV the lead.
Pantelis Kafes (39)
AS Venezia sit 6th, on 14 points. They have a goals for of 11, and a goals against of 8. They have won 4, lost 1 and drawn 2.
NEXT MONTH: OCTOBER
I Gondolieri will play four games next month, playing Latina away, Trapani at home, Modena away and Avellino at home.