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  • boxingnewsonline - Boxing News @boxingnewsonline 28 minutes ago
  • #OnThisDay in 1993 All Hail Cesar! – magnificent Julio Cesar Chavez thrilled record crowd with five-round beatdown of Greg Haugen. #onthisday in 1993 All Hail Cesar! – magnificent Julio Cesar Chavez thrilled record crowd with five-round beatdown of Greg Haugen.
  • #onthisday in 1993 All Hail Cesar! – magnificent Julio Cesar Chavez thrilled record crowd with five-round beatdown of Greg Haugen.
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  • acmpersian - AC Milan Persian Fans @acmpersian 33 minutes ago
  • 📅 | #OnThisDay
33 years ago, Silvio #Berlusconi became the president of #ACMilan. Berlusconi's famous quote about Milan: "The whole world knows #Italy with #Pizza and #Mafia. I want to acquaint Italy to the world with AC MILAN."
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Grazie Presidente 🔴⚫
@silvioberlusconi_official .
📆 | #تقویم
۳۳ سال پیش در چنین روزی، سیلویو برلوسکونی رئیس میلان شد. برلوسکونی پس از خرید میلان در یک نقل قول مشهور در آن سال ها گفته بود: "تمام دنیا کشور ایتالیا را با پیتزا و مافیا می‌شناسند. می‌خواهم کاری کنم تا ایتالیا را با باشگاه فوتبال ای سی میلان نیز بشناسند."
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💥برلوسکونی رویای تبدیل میلان به بزرگ‌ترین باشگاه دنیا را داشت و طولی نکشید که این رویا را به واقعیت تبدیل کرد. 📅 | #onthisday 33 years ago, Silvio #berlusconi became the president of #acmilan. Berlusconi's famous quote about Milan: "The whole world knows #italy with #pizza and #mafia. I want to acquaint Italy to the world with AC MILAN." . Grazie Presidente 🔴⚫ @silvioberlusconi_official . 📆 | #تقویم ۳۳ سال پیش در چنین روزی، سیلویو برلوسکونی رئیس میلان شد. برلوسکونی پس از خرید میلان در یک نقل قول مشهور در آن سال ها گفته بود: "تمام دنیا کشور ایتالیا را با پیتزا و مافیا می‌شناسند. می‌خواهم کاری کنم تا ایتالیا را با باشگاه فوتبال ای سی میلان نیز بشناسند." . 💥برلوسکونی رویای تبدیل میلان به بزرگ‌ترین باشگاه دنیا را داشت و طولی نکشید که این رویا را به واقعیت تبدیل کرد.
  • 📅 | #onthisday 33 years ago, Silvio #berlusconi became the president of #acmilan. Berlusconi's famous quote about Milan: "The whole world knows #italy with #pizza and #mafia. I want to acquaint Italy to the world with AC MILAN." . Grazie Presidente 🔴⚫ @silvioberlusconi_official . 📆 | #تقویم ۳۳ سال پیش در چنین روزی، سیلویو برلوسکونی رئیس میلان شد. برلوسکونی پس از خرید میلان در یک نقل قول مشهور در آن سال ها گفته بود: "تمام دنیا کشور ایتالیا را با پیتزا و مافیا می‌شناسند. می‌خواهم کاری کنم تا ایتالیا را با باشگاه فوتبال ای سی میلان نیز بشناسند." . 💥برلوسکونی رویای تبدیل میلان به بزرگ‌ترین باشگاه دنیا را داشت و طولی نکشید که این رویا را به واقعیت تبدیل کرد.
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  • historywithbrad - History With Brad @historywithbrad 41 minutes ago
  • #onthisday in #18thcentury #history February 20th 1792 William Goddard, a Patriot printer frustrated that the royal postal service was unable to reliably deliver his Pennsylvania Chronicle to its readers or deliver critical news for the paper to Goddard, laid out a plan for the "Constitutional Post" before the Continental Congress on October 5, 1774. Congress waited to act on the plan until after the Battle of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775. Benjamin Franklin promoted Goddard’s plan and served as the first postmaster general under the Continental Congress beginning on July 26, 1775, nearly one year before the Congress declared independence from the British Crown. Franklin's son-in-law, Richard Bache, took over the position on November 7, 1776, when Franklin became an American emissary to France.

Franklin had already made a significant contribution to the postal service in the colonies while serving as the postmaster of Philadelphia from 1737 and as joint postmaster general of the colonies from 1753 to 1774. He was dismissed as colonial postmaster general after the publication of private letters of Massachusetts Royal Governor Thomas Hutchinson in Massachusetts; Franklin admitted to acquiring the letters (probably from a third party, and not in any sort of official capacity) and sending them to Massachusetts. While postmaster, Franklin streamlined postal delivery with properly surveyed and marked routes from Maine to Florida (the origins of Route 1), instituted overnight postal travel between the critical cities of New York and Philadelphia and created a standardized rate chart based upon weight and distance. #mediahistory #ushistory #americanhistory #postoffice #usps #postalhistory #benjaminfranklin #postmaster #onthisday in #18thcentury #history February 20th 1792 William Goddard, a Patriot printer frustrated that the royal postal service was unable to reliably deliver his Pennsylvania Chronicle to its readers or deliver critical news for the paper to Goddard, laid out a plan for the "Constitutional Post" before the Continental Congress on October 5, 1774. Congress waited to act on the plan until after the Battle of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775. Benjamin Franklin promoted Goddard’s plan and served as the first postmaster general under the Continental Congress beginning on July 26, 1775, nearly one year before the Congress declared independence from the British Crown. Franklin's son-in-law, Richard Bache, took over the position on November 7, 1776, when Franklin became an American emissary to France. Franklin had already made a significant contribution to the postal service in the colonies while serving as the postmaster of Philadelphia from 1737 and as joint postmaster general of the colonies from 1753 to 1774. He was dismissed as colonial postmaster general after the publication of private letters of Massachusetts Royal Governor Thomas Hutchinson in Massachusetts; Franklin admitted to acquiring the letters (probably from a third party, and not in any sort of official capacity) and sending them to Massachusetts. While postmaster, Franklin streamlined postal delivery with properly surveyed and marked routes from Maine to Florida (the origins of Route 1), instituted overnight postal travel between the critical cities of New York and Philadelphia and created a standardized rate chart based upon weight and distance. #mediahistory #ushistory #americanhistory #postoffice #usps #postalhistory #benjaminfranklin #postmaster
  • #onthisday in #18thcentury #history February 20th 1792 William Goddard, a Patriot printer frustrated that the royal postal service was unable to reliably deliver his Pennsylvania Chronicle to its readers or deliver critical news for the paper to Goddard, laid out a plan for the "Constitutional Post" before the Continental Congress on October 5, 1774. Congress waited to act on the plan until after the Battle of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775. Benjamin Franklin promoted Goddard’s plan and served as the first postmaster general under the Continental Congress beginning on July 26, 1775, nearly one year before the Congress declared independence from the British Crown. Franklin's son-in-law, Richard Bache, took over the position on November 7, 1776, when Franklin became an American emissary to France. Franklin had already made a significant contribution to the postal service in the colonies while serving as the postmaster of Philadelphia from 1737 and as joint postmaster general of the colonies from 1753 to 1774. He was dismissed as colonial postmaster general after the publication of private letters of Massachusetts Royal Governor Thomas Hutchinson in Massachusetts; Franklin admitted to acquiring the letters (probably from a third party, and not in any sort of official capacity) and sending them to Massachusetts. While postmaster, Franklin streamlined postal delivery with properly surveyed and marked routes from Maine to Florida (the origins of Route 1), instituted overnight postal travel between the critical cities of New York and Philadelphia and created a standardized rate chart based upon weight and distance. #mediahistory #ushistory #americanhistory #postoffice #usps #postalhistory #benjaminfranklin #postmaster
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  • beardedandlost - Brad M. Lee Jr. @beardedandlost 42 minutes ago
  • #onthisday in #18thcentury #history February 20th 1792 William Goddard, a Patriot printer frustrated that the royal postal service was unable to reliably deliver his Pennsylvania Chronicle to its readers or deliver critical news for the paper to Goddard, laid out a plan for the "Constitutional Post" before the Continental Congress on October 5, 1774. Congress waited to act on the plan until after the Battle of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775. Benjamin Franklin promoted Goddard’s plan and served as the first postmaster general under the Continental Congress beginning on July 26, 1775, nearly one year before the Congress declared independence from the British Crown. Franklin's son-in-law, Richard Bache, took over the position on November 7, 1776, when Franklin became an American emissary to France.

Franklin had already made a significant contribution to the postal service in the colonies while serving as the postmaster of Philadelphia from 1737 and as joint postmaster general of the colonies from 1753 to 1774. He was dismissed as colonial postmaster general after the publication of private letters of Massachusetts Royal Governor Thomas Hutchinson in Massachusetts; Franklin admitted to acquiring the letters (probably from a third party, and not in any sort of official capacity) and sending them to Massachusetts. While postmaster, Franklin streamlined postal delivery with properly surveyed and marked routes from Maine to Florida (the origins of Route 1), instituted overnight postal travel between the critical cities of New York and Philadelphia and created a standardized rate chart based upon weight and distance. #mediahistory #ushistory #americanhistory #postoffice #usps #postalhistory #benjaminfranklin #postmaster #onthisday in #18thcentury #history February 20th 1792 William Goddard, a Patriot printer frustrated that the royal postal service was unable to reliably deliver his Pennsylvania Chronicle to its readers or deliver critical news for the paper to Goddard, laid out a plan for the "Constitutional Post" before the Continental Congress on October 5, 1774. Congress waited to act on the plan until after the Battle of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775. Benjamin Franklin promoted Goddard’s plan and served as the first postmaster general under the Continental Congress beginning on July 26, 1775, nearly one year before the Congress declared independence from the British Crown. Franklin's son-in-law, Richard Bache, took over the position on November 7, 1776, when Franklin became an American emissary to France. Franklin had already made a significant contribution to the postal service in the colonies while serving as the postmaster of Philadelphia from 1737 and as joint postmaster general of the colonies from 1753 to 1774. He was dismissed as colonial postmaster general after the publication of private letters of Massachusetts Royal Governor Thomas Hutchinson in Massachusetts; Franklin admitted to acquiring the letters (probably from a third party, and not in any sort of official capacity) and sending them to Massachusetts. While postmaster, Franklin streamlined postal delivery with properly surveyed and marked routes from Maine to Florida (the origins of Route 1), instituted overnight postal travel between the critical cities of New York and Philadelphia and created a standardized rate chart based upon weight and distance. #mediahistory #ushistory #americanhistory #postoffice #usps #postalhistory #benjaminfranklin #postmaster
  • #onthisday in #18thcentury #history February 20th 1792 William Goddard, a Patriot printer frustrated that the royal postal service was unable to reliably deliver his Pennsylvania Chronicle to its readers or deliver critical news for the paper to Goddard, laid out a plan for the "Constitutional Post" before the Continental Congress on October 5, 1774. Congress waited to act on the plan until after the Battle of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775. Benjamin Franklin promoted Goddard’s plan and served as the first postmaster general under the Continental Congress beginning on July 26, 1775, nearly one year before the Congress declared independence from the British Crown. Franklin's son-in-law, Richard Bache, took over the position on November 7, 1776, when Franklin became an American emissary to France. Franklin had already made a significant contribution to the postal service in the colonies while serving as the postmaster of Philadelphia from 1737 and as joint postmaster general of the colonies from 1753 to 1774. He was dismissed as colonial postmaster general after the publication of private letters of Massachusetts Royal Governor Thomas Hutchinson in Massachusetts; Franklin admitted to acquiring the letters (probably from a third party, and not in any sort of official capacity) and sending them to Massachusetts. While postmaster, Franklin streamlined postal delivery with properly surveyed and marked routes from Maine to Florida (the origins of Route 1), instituted overnight postal travel between the critical cities of New York and Philadelphia and created a standardized rate chart based upon weight and distance. #mediahistory #ushistory #americanhistory #postoffice #usps #postalhistory #benjaminfranklin #postmaster
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  • b0xingfan_ - b0xingfan @b0xingfan_ 43 minutes ago
  • #OnThisDay - In 1993, @jcchavez115 beat Greg Haugen to retain the WBC & Lineal Welterweight titles.
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A record attendance of 130,000 people packed into the Aztec Arena to watch their National Icon, Mr. Julio Cesar Chavez. A historic event & remains to this day the biggest attendance ever set at a boxing match 🇲🇽
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Haugen & Chavez had exchange some words in the build up to fight, Haugen accused Chavez of fighting 50 ‘Mexican cab driver’ & claimed that JCC was not as good as everyone thought. This got to Chavez who vowed to punish Haugen & it was clear they were not too friendly with eachother but like most time, come the end of the fight, there was a great deal of respect between the two fighters.
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I made a post yesterday about the ‘biggest mismatches of the last 5-10 years’ but if I made one of the ‘biggest mismatches of all time’, I’d have to include this fight. It was one way traffic from the opening bell to the second Joe Cortez stopped the fight in the 5th.
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Chavez hurt & dropped Haugen within 30 seconds of the first round & you think he’ll go on to have a quick night but Chavez was not joking when he said he wanted to punish him, it was clear that Chavez was toying & prolonging the inevitable outcome & was really fighting in 1st gear for 95% of the fight & knew that at any time he could step on the gas & finish Haugen was no trouble at all. Once he put Haugen down for the second time, that was probably when he fought, ‘Yeah, I’ll finish him now’ & did so pretty swiftly.
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Julio moved his record to 85-0 (73KOs).
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#boxing #boxinglegend #boxinghighlights #boxingfight #boxinglife #boxinglifestyle #boxingfans #boxingworld #elgrancampeonmexicano #juliocesarchavez #welterweight #knockout #onthisday - In 1993, @jcchavez115 beat Greg Haugen to retain the WBC & Lineal Welterweight titles. ~ A record attendance of 130,000 people packed into the Aztec Arena to watch their National Icon, Mr. Julio Cesar Chavez. A historic event & remains to this day the biggest attendance ever set at a boxing match 🇲🇽 ~ Haugen & Chavez had exchange some words in the build up to fight, Haugen accused Chavez of fighting 50 ‘Mexican cab driver’ & claimed that JCC was not as good as everyone thought. This got to Chavez who vowed to punish Haugen & it was clear they were not too friendly with eachother but like most time, come the end of the fight, there was a great deal of respect between the two fighters. ~ I made a post yesterday about the ‘biggest mismatches of the last 5-10 years’ but if I made one of the ‘biggest mismatches of all time’, I’d have to include this fight. It was one way traffic from the opening bell to the second Joe Cortez stopped the fight in the 5th. ~ Chavez hurt & dropped Haugen within 30 seconds of the first round & you think he’ll go on to have a quick night but Chavez was not joking when he said he wanted to punish him, it was clear that Chavez was toying & prolonging the inevitable outcome & was really fighting in 1st gear for 95% of the fight & knew that at any time he could step on the gas & finish Haugen was no trouble at all. Once he put Haugen down for the second time, that was probably when he fought, ‘Yeah, I’ll finish him now’ & did so pretty swiftly. ~ Julio moved his record to 85-0 (73KOs). ~ #boxing #boxinglegend #boxinghighlights #boxingfight #boxinglife #boxinglifestyle #boxingfans #boxingworld #elgrancampeonmexicano #juliocesarchavez #welterweight #knockout
  • #onthisday - In 1993, @jcchavez115 beat Greg Haugen to retain the WBC & Lineal Welterweight titles. ~ A record attendance of 130,000 people packed into the Aztec Arena to watch their National Icon, Mr. Julio Cesar Chavez. A historic event & remains to this day the biggest attendance ever set at a boxing match 🇲🇽 ~ Haugen & Chavez had exchange some words in the build up to fight, Haugen accused Chavez of fighting 50 ‘Mexican cab driver’ & claimed that JCC was not as good as everyone thought. This got to Chavez who vowed to punish Haugen & it was clear they were not too friendly with eachother but like most time, come the end of the fight, there was a great deal of respect between the two fighters. ~ I made a post yesterday about the ‘biggest mismatches of the last 5-10 years’ but if I made one of the ‘biggest mismatches of all time’, I’d have to include this fight. It was one way traffic from the opening bell to the second Joe Cortez stopped the fight in the 5th. ~ Chavez hurt & dropped Haugen within 30 seconds of the first round & you think he’ll go on to have a quick night but Chavez was not joking when he said he wanted to punish him, it was clear that Chavez was toying & prolonging the inevitable outcome & was really fighting in 1st gear for 95% of the fight & knew that at any time he could step on the gas & finish Haugen was no trouble at all. Once he put Haugen down for the second time, that was probably when he fought, ‘Yeah, I’ll finish him now’ & did so pretty swiftly. ~ Julio moved his record to 85-0 (73KOs). ~ #boxing #boxinglegend #boxinghighlights #boxingfight #boxinglife #boxinglifestyle #boxingfans #boxingworld #elgrancampeonmexicano #juliocesarchavez #welterweight #knockout
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  • guitars_and_garage_bands - Guitars & Garage bands @guitars_and_garage_bands 1 hour ago
  • #onthisday 
On this Day in 1967:
Kurt Cobain was born in Aberdeen, Washington.

The Indie singer/songwriter and Guitarist is best known for being the front man for the Seattle-based Alternative band Nirvana, formed in 1987. The band are one of the best selling rock bands in history, with both Nevermind and In Utero becoming multi-million sellers. The song "Smells like Teen Spirit" became one of the defining songs of the 1990's and they are responsible for opening the door for other alternative bands (Pearl Jam, Green Day) who wanted mainstream attention.

Cobain is also known for his songwriting skills and his melodies on guitar, as well as his turbulent personal life.

#kurtcobain #onthisday On this Day in 1967: Kurt Cobain was born in Aberdeen, Washington. The Indie singer/songwriter and Guitarist is best known for being the front man for the Seattle-based Alternative band Nirvana, formed in 1987. The band are one of the best selling rock bands in history, with both Nevermind and In Utero becoming multi-million sellers. The song "Smells like Teen Spirit" became one of the defining songs of the 1990's and they are responsible for opening the door for other alternative bands (Pearl Jam, Green Day) who wanted mainstream attention. Cobain is also known for his songwriting skills and his melodies on guitar, as well as his turbulent personal life. #kurtcobain
  • #onthisday On this Day in 1967: Kurt Cobain was born in Aberdeen, Washington. The Indie singer/songwriter and Guitarist is best known for being the front man for the Seattle-based Alternative band Nirvana, formed in 1987. The band are one of the best selling rock bands in history, with both Nevermind and In Utero becoming multi-million sellers. The song "Smells like Teen Spirit" became one of the defining songs of the 1990's and they are responsible for opening the door for other alternative bands (Pearl Jam, Green Day) who wanted mainstream attention. Cobain is also known for his songwriting skills and his melodies on guitar, as well as his turbulent personal life. #kurtcobain
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  • chezacash - ChezaCash @chezacash 1 hour ago
  • #OnThisDay in 2007... Liverpool signed Javier Mascherano!

One of the best holding midfielders the PL has seen? 📲Bet Football 👉http://chezacash.com 
#TwendeGame #ChezaCash #onthisday in 2007... Liverpool signed Javier Mascherano! One of the best holding midfielders the PL has seen? 📲Bet Football 👉http://chezacash.com #twendegame #chezacash
  • #onthisday in 2007... Liverpool signed Javier Mascherano! One of the best holding midfielders the PL has seen? 📲Bet Football 👉http://chezacash.com #twendegame #chezacash
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  • liverpoolworld__ - LIVERPOOL WORLD @liverpoolworld__ 1 hour ago
  • #ONTHISDAY di 2007 liverpool mendatangkan Javier Mascherano dari West Ham.
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Karier Masche di Liverpool (2007-2010) :
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Caps (90), Gol (2)
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#YNWA #LFC #onthisday di 2007 liverpool mendatangkan Javier Mascherano dari West Ham. . Karier Masche di Liverpool (2007-2010) : . Caps (90), Gol (2) . #ynwa #lfc
  • #onthisday di 2007 liverpool mendatangkan Javier Mascherano dari West Ham. . Karier Masche di Liverpool (2007-2010) : . Caps (90), Gol (2) . #ynwa #lfc
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  • avellinocalcionews - Calcio Avellino SSD™ ⚪️💚🐺 @avellinocalcionews 2 hours ago
  • 🔙 #OnThisDay il 2️⃣0️⃣ Febbraio 2️⃣0️⃣0️⃣5️⃣, esattamente 1️⃣4️⃣ anni fa, l’Avellino annientava il #Foggia al “Partenio-Lombardi” per 4️⃣-2️⃣ e se la giocava fino alla fine con il #Rimini per la promozione dalla #SerieC alla #SerieB! Riviviamo quell’emozionante e storico #AvellinoFoggia con questo servizio!⚪️💚📺😍
🔥 Si giocava il recupero della gara del 31 Gennaio, rinviata per neve ❄️, e si giocava in un “Partenio” con un campo al limite della praticabilità. L’Avellino va in vantaggio con due gol di Biancolino, poi il Foggia pareggia con i gol di Mounard e Cellini, ma i lupi non mollano e ripassano in vantaggio con Moretti e infine Evacuo chiude definitivamente la partita nei minuti di recupero del secondo tempo.
🔝 Una partita piena di emozioni che permetteva all’Avellino di avvicinarsi sempre di più alla capolista Rimini ed escludeva i foggiani dalla corsa play-off!
⚠️ Tra l’altro, ci furono le espulsioni di Moro e Vastola e un gol annullato a Catalano.
🏆 Serie C1, girone 🅱️, 2️⃣1️⃣^ giornata
⚽️ Avellino 🆚 Foggia 4️⃣-2️⃣
⏰ 30’ Biancolino (AVE)
⏰ 33’ Biancolino (AVE)
⏰ 56’ Mounard (FOG)
⏰ 65’ Cellini (FOG)
⏰ 75’ Moretti (AVE)
⏰ 93’ Evacuo (AVE)
🗓 20 Febbraio 2005
🏟 Stadio “Partenio-Lombardi”, Avellino
📰 Fonte: @SportAvellino
📹 Video di: Antonello Abbattista (YouTube)
#️⃣ #ForzaLupi ⚪️💚🐺 #ForzaAvellino
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#CalcioAvellinoSSD #Avellino #AvellinoCalcio #Lupi #CampionatoDItalia #LAvellinoSiamoNoi #1912 🔙 #onthisday il 2️⃣0️⃣ Febbraio 2️⃣0️⃣0️⃣5️⃣, esattamente 1️⃣4️⃣ anni fa, l’Avellino annientava il #foggia al “Partenio-Lombardi” per 4️⃣-2️⃣ e se la giocava fino alla fine con il #rimini per la promozione dalla #seriec alla #serieb! Riviviamo quell’emozionante e storico #avellinofoggia con questo servizio!⚪️💚📺😍 🔥 Si giocava il recupero della gara del 31 Gennaio, rinviata per neve ❄️, e si giocava in un “Partenio” con un campo al limite della praticabilità. L’Avellino va in vantaggio con due gol di Biancolino, poi il Foggia pareggia con i gol di Mounard e Cellini, ma i lupi non mollano e ripassano in vantaggio con Moretti e infine Evacuo chiude definitivamente la partita nei minuti di recupero del secondo tempo. 🔝 Una partita piena di emozioni che permetteva all’Avellino di avvicinarsi sempre di più alla capolista Rimini ed escludeva i foggiani dalla corsa play-off! ⚠️ Tra l’altro, ci furono le espulsioni di Moro e Vastola e un gol annullato a Catalano. 🏆 Serie C1, girone 🅱️, 2️⃣1️⃣^ giornata ⚽️ Avellino 🆚 Foggia 4️⃣-2️⃣ ⏰ 30’ Biancolino (AVE) ⏰ 33’ Biancolino (AVE) ⏰ 56’ Mounard (FOG) ⏰ 65’ Cellini (FOG) ⏰ 75’ Moretti (AVE) ⏰ 93’ Evacuo (AVE) 🗓 20 Febbraio 2005 🏟 Stadio “Partenio-Lombardi”, Avellino 📰 Fonte: @sportavellino 📹 Video di: Antonello Abbattista (YouTube) #️⃣ #forzalupi ⚪️💚🐺 #forzaavellino . #calcioavellinossd #avellino #avellinocalcio #lupi #campionatoditalia #lavellinosiamonoi #1912
  • 🔙 #onthisday il 2️⃣0️⃣ Febbraio 2️⃣0️⃣0️⃣5️⃣, esattamente 1️⃣4️⃣ anni fa, l’Avellino annientava il #foggia al “Partenio-Lombardi” per 4️⃣-2️⃣ e se la giocava fino alla fine con il #rimini per la promozione dalla #seriec alla #serieb! Riviviamo quell’emozionante e storico #avellinofoggia con questo servizio!⚪️💚📺😍 🔥 Si giocava il recupero della gara del 31 Gennaio, rinviata per neve ❄️, e si giocava in un “Partenio” con un campo al limite della praticabilità. L’Avellino va in vantaggio con due gol di Biancolino, poi il Foggia pareggia con i gol di Mounard e Cellini, ma i lupi non mollano e ripassano in vantaggio con Moretti e infine Evacuo chiude definitivamente la partita nei minuti di recupero del secondo tempo. 🔝 Una partita piena di emozioni che permetteva all’Avellino di avvicinarsi sempre di più alla capolista Rimini ed escludeva i foggiani dalla corsa play-off! ⚠️ Tra l’altro, ci furono le espulsioni di Moro e Vastola e un gol annullato a Catalano. 🏆 Serie C1, girone 🅱️, 2️⃣1️⃣^ giornata ⚽️ Avellino 🆚 Foggia 4️⃣-2️⃣ ⏰ 30’ Biancolino (AVE) ⏰ 33’ Biancolino (AVE) ⏰ 56’ Mounard (FOG) ⏰ 65’ Cellini (FOG) ⏰ 75’ Moretti (AVE) ⏰ 93’ Evacuo (AVE) 🗓 20 Febbraio 2005 🏟 Stadio “Partenio-Lombardi”, Avellino 📰 Fonte: @sportavellino 📹 Video di: Antonello Abbattista (YouTube) #️⃣ #forzalupi ⚪️💚🐺 #forzaavellino . #calcioavellinossd #avellino #avellinocalcio #lupi #campionatoditalia #lavellinosiamonoi #1912
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