Andrea Cinciarini returns to Italy

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The future of Andrea Cinciarini

Andrea Cinciarini è ready to make a return to Italy, officially leaving Zaragoza. The former Olimpia Milano captain, known as the best assist-man ever in the Serie A league, has reportedly already agreed on a new signing with VL Pesaro.

For Cincia it would be a big comeback, he who as a native of Cattolica at just over 20 years old had made his debut with VL in the top league on Oct. 4, 2003. This call back to the city of basketball training prompted the athlete to accept the Marche company&#39s proposal.

The negotiation è almost concluded and the departure from the ACB Liga è now imminent, after holding an average of 4.6 points and as many assists in the FIBA Europe Cup, averaging 18 minutes of play per game. But the future è in Pesaro, where Andrea is expected to make his debut on Dec. 17 in Pistoia. A new bet that, no doubt, will markà the season of Italian basketball.

Givova Scafati meanwhile announced the agreement reached until the end of the current season with coach Matteo Boniciolli, who will hold the position of head coach. Born in Trieste on April 18, 1962, the newly appointed coach from Scafatese took his first steps as a basketball coach at the youth academy of Inter 1904, and then moved on to oversee, between 1986 and 1995, the youth sector of Stefanel Trieste (Serie A), on whose first-team bench sat coach Bogdan Tanjevic at the time. After a fleeting experience in Porto Torres (Serie B) and a few assignments with the national team sector (gold in Paris in 1999), he made his debut as head coach in Serie A2 with Snaidero Udine in 1999/2000, winning promotion to Serie A1 at the first attempt and seventh place and subsequent playoff qualification the following year.

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