2000–01 Reggina Calcio season

Reggina Calcio were relegated following losing three key players in the summer of 2000. Despite goalkeeper Massimo Taibi being in full form following his Manchester United debacle, Reggina had serious goal scoring problems without departed striker Mohamed Kallon. With Davide Dionigi arriving from Sampdoria mid-season, Reggina solved that problem, and Dionigi's six goals led to a spareggio for the Serie A stay, a double-header Reggina lost. Coach Franco Colomba was not blamed for the relegation, and was given the all-clear to stay for a further season, with Reggina one of the favourites to bounce back to the top domestic division.

Reggina
2000–01 season
ChairmanPasquale Foti
ManagerFranco Colomba
Serie A15th
Coppa Italia2nd Round
Top goalscorerDavide Dionigi (6)

Squad

Goalkeepers

Defenders

Midfielders

Attackers

Serie A

Matches

Relegation Playoffs

Hellas Verona F.C. winners on more away goals, Reggina relegated.

Topscorers

Sources

2000–01 in Italian football

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