Mourning in Milan. Coach died while playing padel Football

Mourning in Milan. Coach died while playing padel Football
Mourning in Milan. Coach died while playing padel Football
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Patrizio Billio was born on April 19, 1974 in Treviso, Italy. At the age of 16, he started training with the youth teams of AC Milan. After two years, the talented football player was transferred to the first team. He never made his debut in it. During his career, the former midfielder played in at Crystal Palace, Dundee and Aberdeen. As an active player, he last played in 2010 for the Italian Colligiana. After announcing his retirement, he moved to Kuwait where he served as head coach and technical director of the LOYAC academy.

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The coach of the youth teams of AC Milan died while playing padel. Italy had a heart attack

As reported by the portal CalcioNapoli24, on Monday, January 23, Patrizio Billio died of a heart attack. The 48-year-old was playing padel with friends at the time.

The information was already confirmed by the former club of the trainer – AC Milan on the official Twitter profile. Patrizio Billio left us prematurely yesterday. He grew up in the club’s youth academy, and from 2011 he was a coach at our football school in Kuwait. The entire “Rossoneri” family joins in pain with their loved ones. Rest in peace Patrizio – it was written.

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AC Milan are currently second in the Serie A table with 38 points. Napoli remains the leader for a long time (50 points). In the next meeting, the current Italian champions will face Lazio in the 19th round of Serie A. The meeting will take place on Tuesday, January 24 at 20.45.

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