Crotone


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Cro·to·ne

 (krə-tō′nē, krō-tō′nĕ) Formerly Cro·to·na (krə-tō′nə)
A city of southern Italy on the Ionian Sea northeast of Reggio di Calabria. It was founded c. 708 bc as part of Magna Graecia and reached the height of its power after 510 bc.

Crotone

(Italian kroˈtoːne)
n
(Placename) a town in S Italy, on the coast of Calabria: founded in about 700 bc by the Achaeans; chemical works and zinc-smelting. Pop: 60 010 (2001)
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CROTONE (2016/17) The Italians looked all but gone from Serie A after collecting just 14 points as the season neared its conclusion in April.
"We only have three who are professional, full-time players - our keeper Elia Benedettini from Novara, Filippo Berardi from Monopoli and Nicola Nanni from Crotone, who is only 18.
Sarri appeared to hint after Sunday's final league game in Italy - a 2-1 win against Crotone - that he fancied a move abroad and bookmakers have installed the 59-year-old as favourite to succeed his compatriot at Stamford Bridge.
rbo He led them to the runners-up spot in Serie A, but after a 2-1 final-day win over Crotone, he said: "I need to thank the crowd.
Runners-up Napoli became the first team to amass more than 90 points and fail to win title after they beat Crotone 2-1, a result which condemned their opponents to relegation.
Crotone lost 2-1 at Napoli to remain third-last and join previously relegated Verona and Benevento in the Serie B.
Serie A - Crotone v Sassuolo (BT Sport 1, 11.30am), Bologna v AC Milan (BT Sport ESPN, 2pm), Fiorentina v Napoli (BT Sport 1, 5.15pm), Torino v Lazio (BT Sport 1, 7.30pm).
Fiorentina beat Crotone 2-0 and Torino won 4-0 at Cagliari, with all their goals coming in the last half-hour.
AC Milan begin their first match of 2018 against Crotone, occupant of the first relegation spot, looking to climb back into the top of the table and their push for European football next season.