Femi and Petrarca, an Italian derby with opposing moods – Sport

Femi and Petrarca, an Italian derby with opposing moods – Sport
Femi and Petrarca, an Italian derby with opposing moods – Sport

It will be a 171th Italian derby which Femi Cz Rovigo is certainly not approaching with the favors of the prediction, the one scheduled for next Friday at 20.30 (live on Raisport TV) at the Plebiscito of Padua. On the one hand the rossoblù champions of Italy who arrive after two consecutive defeats where the mea culpas by the Bersaglieri are not few. On the other hand, the leader of the Peroni Top10 Petrarca Padova, still undefeated, fresh from the clear victory at Calvisano for 41-26 in a one-way match from the first to the last minute ….

It will be a 171th Italian derby which Femi Cz Rovigo is certainly not approaching with the favors of the prediction, the one scheduled for next Friday at 20.30 (live on Raisport TV) at the Plebiscito of Padua. On the one hand the rossoblù champions of Italy who arrive after two consecutive defeats where the mea culpas by the Bersaglieri are not few.

On the other hand, the leader of the Peroni Top10 Petrarca Padova, still undefeated, fresh from the clear victory at Calvisano for 41-26 in a one-way match from the first to the last minute. On Friday, then, the final scudetto of last June 2 is proposed again with Petrarch who will want to make up for himself with the interests of the defeat suffered at the last blink of an eye. Of course the stakes are not the same but for the Paduan tuttoneri being able to beat the Rovigo “cousins” with a round result is undoubtedly a source of great satisfaction.

Even more so if a victory serves to further distance the Bersaglieri from the ranking, bringing them even close to the precipice. At present Petrarca Padova leads the Peroni Top10 ranking while Femi Cz Rovigo is in fifth position with 15 points even if the rossoblù have one game less and still have to recover the match at Quaggia against Mogliano.

Theoretically, the Femi Cz Rovigo could rise to an altitude of 20 to 8 points behind Petrarca, but it is not certain that Allister Coetzee’s XV of these latest releases will be able to conquer the Mogliano field by winning with the bonus. That said, it’s not like a Femi cz Rovigo will come down at the Plebiscito on Friday willing to play the role of sparring partner against a very well-known Petrarch who has so far shown that he has something more to his opponents. A Petrarch who, if it is true that last Sunday he outclassed Calvisano, it is also true that against Valorugby Emilia, within the friendly walls, he won with a place in the final minutes. This is to say that each game is a story in itself. And this concept is further amplified when we talk about the Italian derby starring Femi Cz Rovigo and Petrarca Padova. Meanwhile, the decisions of the Sports Judge are awaited today to find out the extent of Jacques Momberg’s disqualification. As you will remember the rossoblù hooker 3 ‘from the end of the match with Valorugby saw Manuel Bottino waving the red card for a violent entry into the ruck, then giving the Emilians the opportunity to transform the victory position. Sure, just for being sent off, Momberg will miss Friday’s derby, but the concern goes to the extent of the disqualification that the sports judge will give the South African hooker. Unfortunately Momberg is not new to such gestures so it cannot be excluded that in making his decision the Sports Judge takes into account the recurrence of the rossoblù hooker.

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