The province of Fermo asks today at the kiosk questions about the moment of the VL Pesaro: “What didn't work for Buscaglia is almost even more embarrassing for Sacchetti. But that too should have been known,” given the characteristics of the former Italbasket coach’s system compared to the type of team Pesaro is today.
If you look at the numbers, in three games with Sacchetti at the helm, VL Pesaro lost 93-75 in Naples, 65-85 at home to Olimpia Milano and 78-86 at home to Happy Casa Brindisi.
With 88 goals conceded, an average of 73 points were scored, which corresponds to a gap of 15 points on average. Compared to the season average, 5 fewer points were scored (78) and 2 more were conceded. However, with a calendar that is anything but easy given the comparisons with Milan and Naples.
And now we're not kidding, because there are two away games before the break, Scafati and Varese. There are now always numerous public protests.
After a great start to the season, Leonardo Totè only played 15 minutes with 7 points and 3 rebounds, while Egidijus Mockevicius remained seated due to a “technical decision”.
The question, which almost resembles an observation, is therefore relevant: did the management of VL Pesaro make a mistake by firing Maurizio Buscaglia and betting on Meo Sacchetti?