Caltanissetta, new synthetic cap “M. Tomaselli”: inlays for lines that do not correspond to the project

editorial board
September 23, 2022 12:21

The new “M. Tomaselli”, in some respects, does not yet comply with the provisions of the tender contract awarded by the municipality of Caltanissetta. The inlaying of the demarcation lines for the multi-purpose rugby and football stadium has not been carried out, at least for the time being, according to the recipes in the project which can also be found on the Preliminary Record page of the municipality website from the capital of Nisino.
The project began in 2017 with the agreement provided by Coni and the then Ruvolo management, as part of the “Sports and Suburbs” plan, thanks to the essential contribution of FIR Sicily, former President Orazio Arancio and the continued work of DLF Nissa rugby that until two weeks ago played a key role which indicated To the municipal administration for some of the problems encountered. An unexpected case, the current situation, which puts Nissen systems once again in the center of the spotlight due to inexplicable anomalies. Regarding this “ambiguity”, the national president of the Italian rugby union, Marzio Innocenti, contacted the first native of Nyssa, Roberto Gambino. Conversation, which once again testified that Italian rugby union “supports” the management of the municipality and the coveted multi-purpose field. The Italian oval ball maximum charge strongly emphasized that the Federal Factory Commission with the help of the Legal Office is following with great interest the development of the case to obtain compliance with the project and thus trace the corresponding multi-purpose field of the declaration.
As DLF Nissa Rugby confirms: “We cannot understand what happened and what is happening. We have worked hard to get funding for this work, and now we are amazed to see that it is being carried out in such a non-compliant way. We need to understand what will happen. Perhaps soon, as the works go on, everything can fall within the scope of the contracted project. We like to respect the specifications, what is written: no more, no less. Our work is in line with the decisions that will be made by the Italian rugby union: from Rome they follow the story with interest and trepidation. Our president is close to us and, faithful to the values ​​that define rugby, will work to ensure that the competition notice is respected.”

The new “M. Tomaselli” mantle, in some respects, does not yet comply with the provisions in the tender contract concluded by the municipality of Caltanissetta. The inlaying of the demarcation lines for the multi-purpose rugby and football stadium has not been carried out, at least for the time being, according to the recipes in the project which can also be found on the Preliminary Record page of the Municipal Capital Nissen website.

The project began in 2017 with the agreement provided by Coni and the then Ruvolo management, as part of the “Sports and Suburbs” plan, thanks to the essential contribution of FIR Sicily, former President Orazio Arancio and the continued work of DLF Nissa rugby that until two weeks ago played a key role which indicated To it the municipal administration of some of the problems it has encountered.An unexpected situation, the current situation, which again puts the Nisina factory in the spotlight for the unexplained anomaly. Regarding this “ambiguity”, the national president of the Italian rugby union, Marzio Innocenti, contacted the first native of Nyssa, Roberto Gambino. Conversation, which once again saw the Italian rugby union’s support for the management of the municipality and the coveted multi-purpose field. The Italian oval ball maximum charge strongly emphasized that the Federal Factory Commission with the help of the Legal Office is following with great interest the development of the case to obtain compliance with the project and thus trace the corresponding multi-purpose field of the declaration.

As DLF Nissa Rugby confirms: “We cannot understand what happened and what is happening. We have worked hard to get funding for this work, and now we are amazed to see that it is being carried out in such a non-compliant way. We need to understand what will happen. Perhaps soon, as the works go on, everything can fall within the scope of the contracted project. We like to respect the specifications, what is written: no more, no less. Our work is in line with the decisions that will be made by the Italian rugby union: from Rome they follow the story with interest and trepidation. Our president is close to us and, faithful to the values ​​that define rugby, will work to ensure that the competition notice is respected.”