Saint Catherine of Bologna is the patron of artists and a native of Bologna. The same town that has rejuvenated Marco Di Vaio's career. Not your typical artist, Marco Di Vaio uses his feet instead of a brush. His canvas is a green rectangle, bordered by white lines.
Bologna is calling its son and the ex-Rosso Blu might just go back home. It should not be a surprise as it was previously talked about, earlier this year.
On Wednesday, Francesca Blesio writes an article in La Corriere Di Bologna with the omnious title for Impact fans.
Maybe [about retiring], because it hasn't been easy for me.I decided to come here with my family, and my family's not in Montreal anymore. It changes things a lot. Of course, if my family were here with me right now, I'd keep going one more year. But now, it's a family situation. I have two little children, and they need their dad.
We will make a decision together: the family and the club, but mostly the family. It's not easy right now, because I'd like to keep going for sure. But there are lots of things to consider. We will see.
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