Died at 67, Stefano Balducci, manager of the Figc

Grieving in the blue world for the passing of Stefano Balducci. An expert writer, a specialist who missed two tests after graduation, Balducci had turned 67 in February. In the FIGC, he showed up at the press office in 1991, in the wake of having been at Coni and having stood firm on the foothold of top of the Federtennis press office; from that point forward he has consistently been along the edge of Antonello Valentini,

of whom he was a steadfast agent and with whom he shared long stretches of magnificence, yet in addition numerous troublesome minutes, prior to assuming responsibility for the TV rights office of the FIGC and hierarchical administrator of numerous undertakings to European and World Championships. “On a particularly miserable day I need to recall Stefano with the energy and accessibility that, in the numerous years he lived in the Federation, he has consistently appeared in the development of the youngsters he teamed up with – these are the expressions of the Federal President, Gabriele Gravina-.

A whole age of associates owes him the main educating: love and excitement for the Azzurri shirt and the FIGC. He leaves an unbridgeable void in every one of the individuals who liked him for his expert abilities, yet most importantly for his phenomenal mankind. “” Stefano had the makings of a pioneer, yet he was one of us. He was an uncommon pioneer, his job he never let it gauge. He was an educator, a perspective particularly for youngsters since he realized how to do it with them, he got them, he helped them. Continuously accessible to everybody, a large number of us have become what they are today on account of he, to his lessons, to his model “, we read in the note of the FIGC.

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