Allianz Trieste welcomes back Stefano Bossi

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Bossi returns to red and white

Allianz Pallacanestro Trieste announces that it has signed a contract for the 2022-2023 championship with Trieste point guard Stefano Bossi, who thus returns to the red and white after five seasons.

Stefano Bossi, a 190cm point guard, was born in Trieste on November 13, 1994, and grew up basketball-wise in Azzurra, before moving to Udine where he made his professional debut at only 16 years old. His two years in Friuli, divided between Pallalcesto Udine and APU, were followed by a stint at Aquila Trento before transferring to Trapani where he steadily gained rotation in the then Serie A2 Gold.

In 2015, the call from his hometown team finally arrived on a two-year loan. With the jersey of Pallacanestro Trieste, Bossi played a total of 82 games and won in both seasons access to the playoffs, until the final of the 2016-17 season.

After another season spent in Trapani, comes the transfer to Assigeco Piacenza, where he contributes to the salvation of the Emilian club. From there then Orzinuovi and finally Milan, Urania side, until the season just ended. Stefano is now ready to land “upstairs” with the colors of his Trieste.

“After the renewal of Corey Davis we complete the point guard department with the arrival of Stefano – the words of coach Legovich – a player we know and whose attachment to the Trieste jersey is well known. In recent years we have been in contact and he has never hidden from me the desire to return, one day, to wear the red and white jersey. Now this possibility has materialized and I am convinced that both from a technical and moral point of view, since he is a man of depth, it could be a right and profitable choice both for him and for us. When we spoke, I presented him with the role he is going to play in the team, and he immediately accepted it with great enthusiasm to be able to return home and make his Serie A debut. I am convinced that he will be able to carve out space and minutes for himself with work in training as he has always done throughout his career.”

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