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Venice floods through Venezia FC owner Joe Tacopina: 'These people are resilient. They are Venetians'

Gianluigi Donnarumma walks in St. Mark's Square following Venice suffered severe flooding.
Gianluigi Donnarumma walks through St. Mark's Square amid rampant flooding throughout Venice.

Writer AA Gill had this line about Venice being a "Dorian Gray city," a wonder of such overwhelming and timeless beauty that presumably a simulacrum must exist elsewhere, fading fast, losing its looks and turning ugly. "Somewhere up there in the world's attic, there's another place with the haggard, poxed and ravaged face of unspeakable evil," he wrote. "And I suspect it's Cardiff."

That's harsh on Cardiff, perhaps. Unfortunately, and here comes the inconvenient truth, whatever pact Venice made...

Hellas Verona promoted back to Serie A

Hellas Verona's second leg comeback sealed Serie A promotion.

Hellas Verona will be back in Serie A next season after a one-year absence after beating nine-man Cittadella 3-0 in the second leg of their promotion playoff on Sunday to win 3-2 on aggregate.

Cittadella had been hoping to earn promotion to the top flight of Italian football for the first time in their history after winning Thursday's first leg 2-0.

However, Mattia Zaccagni got Verona firmly back into the playoff in the first half and Samuel Di Carmine doubled his side's lead in the 69th minute,...

Palermo relegated to Serie C, could miss out on Serie B promotion playoffs

Palermo have been relegated to Serie C by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) because of financial irregularities, in a move that effectively ends their hopes of securing promotion to Italy's top division.

Relegated from Serie A last season, Palermo finished third in Serie B this term, earning a place in the promotion playoffs in which they were due to play their first match next week.

Instead, an FIGC tribunal ruled that the club would be placed last in the 19-team table, condemning them to...

Brescia promoted to Serie A after eight-year wait in Serie B

Brescia return to Serie A for the first time in eight seasons.

Brescia have been promoted back into Serie A after eight seasons in the second division.

Brescia beat Ascoli 1-0 Wednesday to secure a top-two finish with two rounds remaining in Serie B.

Brescia have 66 points, three ahead of Lecce, who wasted a chance to secure promotion as they lost 2-1 at Padova. Palermo are third with 59 points.

The top two finishers are promoted directly to Serie A, while the third- through eighth-place finishers enter a playoff to determine the other promoted club.

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Serie B side Palermo sold for the second time in three months

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Palermo have changed their ownership for the second time in three months.

Italian Serie B club Palermo said it had been sold again on Thursday, the second time in three months that it has changed hands.

A statement on the club website said that Daniela De Angeli and Rino Foschi had finalised "an agreement regarding the transfer of ownership of the Palermo Football Club" from British-based Sport Capital Group.

De Angeli worked as a club administrator for 15 years under former president Maurizio Zamparini, who ran the club from 2002 until last year and employed more than...