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2002–03 Torino Calcio season

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Chairman  Attilio Romero
Coppa Italia  Second round
Serie A  18th (relegated)
Top goalscorer  Marco Ferrante (8)
Manager  Giancarlo Camolese Renzo Ulivieri Renato Zaccarelli Giacomo Ferri
Stadium  Stadio Delle Alpi Stadio Giglio (vs Reggina, Perugia, Udinese, Empoli) Stadio Ennio Tardini (vs Piacenza)

During the 2002–03 Italian football season, Torino Calcio competed in the Serie A.

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Season summary

Torino finished the season in 18th position in the Serie A table, meaning that they were relegated back to the Serie B after two seasons. In other competitions, Torino reached the second round of the Coppa Italia.

Marco Ferrante was the top scorer for Torino with 8 goals in all competitions.

Kit

Torino's kit was manufactured by Japanese sports retailer Asics and sponsored by Ixfin.

Squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

References

2002–03 Torino Calcio season Wikipedia


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