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PARMA - 3 minor-tier suitors for CALAIO

06.12.2018 21.47 by Claudio Colla  read 279
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Suspended since last summer, due to some inappropriate text messages regarding football bets, Italian striker Emanuele Calaiò (turning 37 next January 8), due to leave Parma, after two seasons and a half, has been targeted by second-tier sides Carpi and Padova, as well as by Monza Calcio, playing first-tier right now, and purchased by former AC Milan iconic owner (as well as long-time Italian Prime Minister and media tycoon) Silvio Berlusconi, with Adriano Galliani as a chief executive.

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