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ENGLAND/ OFFICIAL, Watford sale to Udinese owner Giampaolo Pozzo agreed

29.06.2012 16.47 by Transfer Market Web  read 2097
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The Pozzo family are delighted to announce that Watford Football Club's takeover has been succesfully completed: the trade, defined during last hours, prove the great passion for Football of the Pozzo Family, that wants, with this new adventure, to widen their horizons. The technical project will be in the care of Gianluca Nani, a manager with an international experience already established, and Scott Duxbury. The target is to repeat in England, thanks to the experience gained during last years, the successes of Udinese Calcio, which remains the model from which to be inspired and the heart of every project.

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