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(FM'14) Cousins Across the Continent - The Story of the Di Cianni Boys

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The Backstory

In the late 1960's a young pair of brothers from the Southern Italian city of Cosenza named Arturo and Luigi Di Cianni, were moved by their family to the West Wales town of Haverfordwest in the county of Pembrokeshire. The brothers saw their parents open a fish and chip shop in the town, which with its attached Italian ice cream parlour, became very popular, and in turn led to the family increasing their business to include an Italian restaurant.

The brothers were close, spending time helping in the family business, and indulging in their passion of football around their studies. When school was finished for them, neither pursued higher education, choosing instead to move into the family business. Arturo in particular embraced his Italian heritage, and on a trip back to Southern Italy one summer to visit family, he met the woman who would be his wife. It wasn't an easy move, and an even less comfortable conversation with his family, but Arturo announced that he would be moving to Italy full time.

For Luigi, life centred around a small area of West Wales now, and he didn't even particularly enjoy his trips to Italy now as he had done in summers as a boy. A year younger than his brother, he missed him when he made his big move, but not enough to follow him. He threw himself into his work, and before long, he too had met a woman and fallen in love. Luigi beat his brother to the punch, first with the engagement, and then with the marriage. The Di Cianni boys both married within a year of each other, each having his brother as best man.

Luigi and his wife announced their pregnancy first, Arturo and spouse waiting a little longer to break the news, but they were actually a little further down the line. Davide was born first, born in the city of his families heritage, Cosenza, Southern Italy, on the 8th August 1996. A little over two weeks later, in a home birth in Haverfordwest, his cousin Danilo was born on the 24th August 1996. Both were huge events of course, and the family could embrace their Italian roots, and also the new heritage line that they were drawing 1,700 miles away in West Wales.

The new cousins saw each other every summer, as the families took it in turn to travel to visit each other. Their visits were tied together with a mutual love of the beautiful game as they grew older, and more competitive. Davide didn't speak too much English, it wasn't something that was taught too much in Southern Italy, he picked up words on the visits back and forth, but not much more than that. Danilo wasn't a fluent Italian speaker by any means, but with family of Italian speakers around him, he learned more than enough to make himself understood.

The Di Cianni genes had done their work on the boys height, as both would stand well over six foot as they were into their teenage years. It probably had more to do with upbringing than genes that made Davide a very promising centre half. Excelling at all defensive aspects of the game, and capable of stepping back into an old fashioned Libero role as well as playing in a defensive midfielder role. At 16, he stands at 6'2 and is rated highly by Scouts across the country.

Danilo was the opposite. Slightly taller, but still quicker and a pure attacker. Strong with either foot, he was comfortable playing down either wing, or as a striker. He was able to effortlessly provide a spark of creativity for his team mates, or himself. A dead ball specialist, his hours of practice at picking out the top and bottom corners from distance were now coming to fruition. At 16, he now stands 6'3, and like his cousin in Italy, he is also highly regarded by just about everyone who has seen him play.

Both lads did have one thing in common though when it came to their football. Loyalty. Both had come through the system at their hometown clubs, and both had been urged to ignore the hype around their abilities, and to pay back the clubs who had nurtured their talents. That was exactly what both had chosen to do........at least to start with......

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Monday 1st July 2013
By July, Davide was already seeing a rapid increase in both his skills, and his value. Cosenza reacted, and they offered the 16 year old centre back a new deal. With a three year deal already in place, and still a month or more before his 17th birthday, Davide elected to reject talks at this point.

His starting point is of course at a higher level than his cousin Danilo's. That might yet prove an advantage for the Welsh based cousin though when it comes to getting off the mark, as while Davide remains in Cosenza's Under-19 set up, he has already been fast tracked right through the Youth and Reserve sides, and into the First Team at Bridge Meadow Stadium. He could play in their opening Pre-Season Friendly, where they host Swindon Town Under-21's.

Monday 15th July 2013
That game is scheduled for just under a weeks time, and by then, we could have our first transfer involving one of the Di Cianni cousins!

After Davide rejected Cosenza's offer to discuss a new deal, the Southern Italian club from the fourth tier appear to have decided it might be best to cash in on their young talent now, despite being in no urgent need for the money. There won't be any shortage of suitors either, and they are almost all from the UK. The first offer is in by the end of the day, and it would bring the cousins much closer together, as it's from Cardiff City.

Their offer is worth a total of £43,000, but only yesterday Aston Villa registered their interest in the centre back, and now the list of admirers has grown, rumoured to include Manchester United, Everton, Crystal Palace, Brighton & Hove Albion, Derby County and Wigan Athletic. Should he wish to remain in Italy, there could be an opportunity to move up a few levels with Serie B side Lanciano, though some would say their playing level is the only thing they have that is superior to Cosenza.

Wednesday 17th July 2013
The season hasn't begun yet, and the save is barely weeks old, but, we have our first.....

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**TRANSFER ALERT**

Davide Di Cianni
From Cosenza (Italy - Serie C2/B) to Cardiff City (Wales - English Sky Bet Championship)
Fee :- £40,000 Contract :- 3 years, £80 per week, Youth contract

Cosenza :- Played 0, Goals 0, Assists 0, Man of the Match 0, Average Rating 0
Career  :- Played 0, Goals 0, Assists 0, Man of the Match 0, Average Rating 0

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Cardiff City got the jump on all those other clubs, and before any of them could react, they had clinched the deal. Davide is assigned to their Under-21 side, and the cousins are reunited in South Wales. The 16 year old centre back now has to get a grasp of the language he is used to hearing, but has so far not learned. He will have plenty of family around to help him with that.

Sunday 21st July 2013
With his cousin now just a drive down the M4 away, not that either is old enough to start driving for a few more weeks at least, Danilo is the first of the pair to play in a First Team match. It doesn't count officially as his debut, as the match is a pre-season friendly game at home to Swindon Town Under-21's. But he was one of a half dozen Haverfordwest players to play the full game in a 0-0 draw that saw him post a rating of 7.00 and keep his pass percentage just over 50%. His crossing was less successful, with only one in four finding the mark, but he did beat his marker twice as well. Not a bad start for the teenager.

Tuesday 23rd July 2013
Just two days later, and Davide was included in the Cardiff City squad that travelled north to face Crewe Alexandra in a pre-season friendly. He was left on the bench as an unused substitute in front of over 2,000 for this match, but he shouldn't be too disheartened, as Cardiff took a strong squad with a starting lineup that included five Full Internationals, and another two Youth Internationals. They lost 1-0 though.

Monday 29th July 2013
Cardiff City would host a two day pre-season tournament at their Cardiff City Stadium, starting today, and also including PAS Giannina of the Greek Superleague, a second tier side from Spain in the form of SD Ponferradina, and Italian Serie A club Hellas Verona.

They played Spanish club SD Ponferradina today in the Semi-Final, losing by a single goal in front of just over 7,500 this evening, with Davide Di Cianni once more an unused substitute. That means they'll now play PAS Giannina in the earlier game tomorrow, after they were beaten on penalties by Hellas Verona.

Tuesday 30th July 2013
In today's Third Place Playoff for the pre-season tournament, in front of another crowd in excess of 7,000, sixteen year old Davide Di Cianni makes his first appearance in a Bluebirds shirt. It didn't start well, with the Greek visitors going ahead after just 40 seconds. It was all good after that though, as City ran out 3-1 winners, with the Italian centre back having a great game in the heart of the defence. He finished with a rating of 7.30, and a perfect 100% tackle success, also winning six of his seven headed challenges as well. It's a promising start for the elder cousin.

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Saturday 3rd August 2013
Pre-season continues today for Haverfordwest County with a trip to Neath where they faced AFC Llwydcoed, who play one tier below them in the MacWhirter Welsh Division Two. They come back with a 2-1 win against the amateur side, with Danilo Di Cianni left out of the squad for that one at the Welfare Ground.

It's more serious matters for Cardiff City, as further east, they begin their domestic campaign in the Sky Bet Championship at Cardiff City Stadium, where the visitors are Blackburn Rovers. There are 23,725 in attendance, but no Di Cianni on the park, as Davide is left out of the matchday squad today, and City go down to a 2-1 defeat, a debut goal from Brazilian full back Fábio no more than a consolation.

Sunday 4th August 2013
The weekend is saved for the cousins, when the first International squads of the season are named, and both receive their first ever call-up's. Davide is called up by Italy's Under-19's for their Friendly away to the Republic of Ireland on Tuesday 13th August. And Davide is one of only four players currently not playing at an Italian club to be included.

But Danilo has gone one better, as he is included in the Wales Under-21 Squad, for what he hopes will be a competitive debut for them as well, as they head to Lithuania for a fixture on the same day as they begin their UEFA 2015 European Under-21 Championship Qualifying Group Four campaign. Romania, Russia and Slovenia are the other nations in the same Group. Danilo is the only 16 year old included in that squad.

Tuesday 6th August 2013
Cardiff City are in Cup action tonight for the first time this season, as they travel to face Dagenham & Redbridge of Sky Bet League Two at Victoria Road in the First Round of the Capital One League Cup. This time Davide is included in the matchday squad for the trip, but it still isn't his time for a Senior debut, as he is an unused substitute in City's fairly routine 4-1 win, while seven other players make their Bluebirds debut.

Wednesday 7th August 2013
It's a more low key evening for Danilo, as Haverfordwest County play their latest pre-season friendly, this time in Swansea against another MacWhirter Welsh Division Two side, Garden Village. But at least he gets to play, starting for his side and playing 64 minutes of a 2-1 win. He did okay, coming out with a so-so rating of 6.8, and posting 50% completion rates for both his passing and crossing.

Thursday 8th August 2013
Happy Birthday Davide! The centre back turns 17 today, and it's a big day in more ways than one. That's because as of today, he is now a professional footballer, with his Youth contract swapped for a Full Time Pro deal, and for a 17 year old who has never played a Senior match, and is new to the country with only a basic grasp of English, the figures are pretty eye watering.

His three year deal now includes a basic wage of £3,500 per week, which will increase to £8,250 once he has played 15 League matches for the Bluebirds. He gets a 15% pay rise each season, and a 25% pay rise if City get promoted to the Premier League, with a 25% reduction if the club get relegated. City also have an option to extend the deal by an extra year. But they are also paying the birthday boy a £775 appearance fee, with £525 if he's an unused substitute, plus an additional £675 clean sheet bonus. The beers are on Davide.......next year, when he's old enough to buy a round in the UK.
 
I wonder if Danilo's loyalty to Haverfordwest will be tested when he hears the kind of money his cousin is now making? A good start to the season, and he could start attracting some interest himself.

Friday 9th August 2013
Cardiff City's losing start to the Sky Bet Championship continues, as they are beaten 1-0 by Fulham at Craven Cottage this evening. Scott Parker netted the winner in the 77th minute, while Davide Di Cianni was once more left out of the travelling City squad.

Sunday 11th August 2013
There is no Danilo Di Cianni in the Haverfordwest County squad either as he is with the Wales Under-21 Squad. Looks like they missed him too, as County are held to a 0-0 draw away to amateur non-League side Porthcawl Town in their final pre-season friendly at Locks Lane.

Tuesday 13th August 2013
In Skerries, an eastern Irish coastal town which lies just over half hour north of Dublin, an earlier kick off time means that Davide is the first of the cousins to make his bow at International level. He starts the match for Italy Under-19's, and they were leading at the break at Park Lane against their counter parts from the Republic of Ireland thanks to a late first half goal from Luca Barlocco, a left back co-owned by Juventus and Atalanta. With twenty minutes to play, Davide was substituted, one of six changes that Italy made during the game. He missed only one tackle and one header all afternoon, and made three interceptions as well. But the Italians couldn't hold on for the win, as Morton striker Conor Pepper struck an equaliser with seven minutes left to play.

A few hours later, across the continent in Kaunas, he may have been beaten by his cousin to winning a first cap, but Danilo's was at a higher level, and in a competitive game too. UEFA 2015 European Under-21 Championship Qualifying Group 4 got underway in Lithuania, as they hosted Wales. It was a full ninety minute outing for Danilo, though an average rating of 6.2 suggests it wasn't a spectacular Under-21 International debut, his pass completion just under 50% and only one of his three crosses found the target, though his one shot didn't hit the target. Tom Bradshaw of Walsall had Wales in front in the first half, but Lithuania got a second half equaliser from Leicester City's young striker Simonas Stankevicius.

Saturday 17th August 2013
He may have been second to make his International bow by only a few hours, but today Danilo became the first of the cousins to make his Senior club football debut. In front of just over 200 people at the Recreation Ground in Caerphilly, he played all but the final few minutes for Haverforwest County in their 1-1 draw with Aberbargoed Buds as they kicked off their campaign in the MacWhirter Welsh League Division One, the second tier of football in the Principality. It wasn't a superb outing again by any means, but he still has plenty to learn, and there may be a lot to be said for him cutting his teeth in local domestic football, rather than the route his cousin has taken.

Not so very far away in the capital, there is still no place in the matchday squad for Cardiff City's now Italian Under-19 International centre back, Davide. At least City managed to get their point total off the zero mark this time though, with a 1-1 draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers, thanks to a late headed equaliser for Iceland International Captain and midfielder, Aron Gunnarsson.

Saturday 24th August 2013
The games are now coming thick and fast, and Cardiff City finally get their first win on the board in the Sky Bet Championship, as they win away to Watford at Vicarage Road. This time Davide was included in the travelling party, and the matchday squad, but he was an unused substitute for the 3-2 win.

Back in West Wales, there was not much of a wait for a first win of the season for Haverfordwest County, as they earned a 2-1 win at home to Aberdare Town in the MacWhirter Welsh League Division One. In a game where they were aided by the visitors picking up two red cards, Danilo only just missed out on the man of the match award as he played the full match in front of a crowd of over 300 at Bridge Meadow Stadium.

A great day for Danilo, and not just for his competitive home debut either, as today he celebrates his 17th birthday! There is no huge pay rise for the birthday boy here though, so I hope Davide got him a great present.

Tuesday 27th August 2013
Davide certainly had some extra spare cash too, after finally making his Senior domestic debut for Cardiff City tonight, as the Bluebirds hosted Championship rivals Rotherham United in the Second Round of the Capital One League Cup at the Cardiff City Stadium. If it hadn't been for his central defensive partner for the evening, Matt Connolly, he would have been the man of the match as well, as the pair held firm in a 1-0 win that sees City into the Third Round. He barely put a foot wrong, winning all this tackles, and losing just once in the air, plus making five interceptions. He has to now be hoping that performance will soon earn him a League debut.

Thursday 29th August 2013
It was certainly enough to keep him in the Italian setup, as he is named once more in the Italy Under-19 Squad for their upcoming double header of fixtures, a return home Friendly against the Republic of Ireland on Thursday 5th September, followed by another home fixture, this time against Iran on Monday 9th September.

He is once more trumped by cousin Danilo though, who is also set for International action again, as he is once more called up by Wales Under-21's for their UEFA 2015 European Under-21 Championship Qualifying double header. They start on Wednesday 4th September, as Russia come to visit them at Parc Y Scarlets in Llanelli, before they go on their travels, with a Monday 9th September date in Slovenia.

Saturday 31st August 2013
The final day of August, and another good day for Haverfordwest County, as they pick up another home win, this time against Pontardawe Town. A 1-0 win came courtesy of an early second half goal from Declan Carroll, as Danilo picked up another ninety minutes of First Team experience. A rating of 7.00 shows a decent performance on the outer shell, but only one of his five cross attempts picked out a team mate. He did beat his marker three times though. The learning curve continues for Danilo, and he was still in the top three performers in the team today.

No game for Davide today, as he is left out of the Cardiff City squad that travels north to face the Rotherham United side they faced, and beat, just four days ago in the Capital One Cup back in South Wales. No win today for the Bluebirds though, as they are held to a 0-0 draw and finish the month of August sat in 15th place in the Sky Bet Championship.

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Monday 2nd September 2013
There are many potentially interesting sub-plots to this story that could develop over the years. Some of the more obvious are the questions of whether the cousins will ever feature for the same team together, or would they ever be in a situation to play against one another? Well, the first chance for the latter has just presented itself. It is a bit of a long shot, but today Italy and Wales have been thrown together in Group 1 of the 2014 UEFA European Under-19 Championship Qualifying First Round, along with Kazakhstan and Poland. Right now, Davide is part of the Italy Under-19 squad, but Danilo has been moved right up to the Under-21 setup. One to keep an eye on though.

Wednesday 4th September 2013
The Under-21's equivalent Qualifying Tournament has continued today, with Wales claiming a superb result with a 1-0 win over Russia in Llanelli, thanks to a goal five minutes before the break from Liverpool youngster, Harry Wilson. A crowd of over 6,000 were there for the game, but there was no place for Danilo today. There might be a chance for him to be involved in the second half of the double header in Slovenia next week though, as Southampton forward Lloyd Isgrove was sent off today, and will now be banned for that match, and he is a player Danilo is competing with for a place in the lineup.

Thursday 5th September 2013
In Arcore, a small city in North West Italy, just over 10 miles outside Milan, the news wasn't much better for the cousins. Davide was only an unused substitute today as the Italian Under-19 lads swept aside a young Republic of Ireland side that had held them to a draw last month in Skerries. A brace from AC Milan striker Andrea Petagna was added to with a goal from Mauro Bollino of Palermo for a 3-0 win. The biggest disappointment would have been the attendance, with only 206 watching the game, less than Haverfordwest County get on a weekly basis.

Saturday 7th September 2013
Speaking of Haverfordwest, they didn't seem to miss Danilo too much, as they continued their good start to the season this afternoon. They travelled into the capital to face Taffs Well at their Rhiw Dda'r ground, and a first half penalty from Dylan Blain and a debut goal from midfielder Jack Britton were enough, despite Taffs getting one back early in the second half from former Wales-Under-21 International forward, Leon Jeanne. A 2-1 win leaves County in third place with four matches played.

Monday 9th September 2013
The Italy Under-19 side have moved from the nations industrial north, right down to the holiday resort laden south of the nation, and on to the northern coast of the island of Sicily. In the small town of Cinisi and its Comunale Stadium, they record a second consecutive 3-0 victory, this time the beaten nation is Iran. The goals came from Alberto Cerri, a Parma striker on loan with Lanciano, then Danilo Cataldi early in the second half, a Lazio forward who is currently on a loan spell with Grosseto, and finally very late on Antonio Palma, an Atalanta midfielder who is on loan with Ternana. But more importantly, our boy Davide was selected at centre back, and played the full 90 minutes, putting in one of the best performances of any player on the park in the beautiful, warm, Sicilian sunshine. He made three key tackles, another three interceptions, and won all but one of his seven headed challenges, as he recorded a very good rating of 8.00.

It wasn't as good news from the north-eastern city of Velenje in Slovenia, where Wales Under-21's were playing against their hosts in a European Under-21 Championships Qualifier. They were already two goals down by the time Jake Cassidy of Wolverhampton Wanderers pulled a goal back before the break, but it wouldn't be enough, as with no further scoring in the second half, they went down to a 2-1 defeat. Danilo started on the right wing, eventually substituted in the 67th minute after a performance rated as a 6.9, and where he made as many tackles as he did crosses. But he was credited with the assist on the Wales goal, the first of his career in his 6th competitive game.

Friday 13th September 2013
Back in Wales, speculation is mounting as to the future of Cardiff City manager Ole Gunnar Solksjær. with just one win and two defeats from their opening five games, there are whispers that the Norwegian 40 year old may be facing the sack if he can't get the Bluebirds on the move up the Sky Bet Championship table in the near future.

Saturday 14th September 2013
It's unlikely that today's events will have helped the pressure on Solskjær either. City twice threw away leads at home to Reading in front of just over 20,000 at the Cardiff City Stadium. By far the most frustrating of the conceded goals will have been Hope Akpan's 88th minute leveller, where the City defence missed several chances to clear their lines. A 2-2 draw leaves the Bluebirds in 14th place, and there is still no debut for Davide, who was left out of the matchday squad today.

No such issues West down the M4, as at Bridge Meadow Stadium, there is a man of the match performance from Danilo in the Haverfordwest County midfield, to add to the assist he got earlier in the week for Wales-Under-21's. He put in a 7.3 average rating performance against the Swansea based visitors West End, completing two key passes and one cross, while also beating his opponent twice. It wasn't enough to help his side claim all the points on offer though, as a goal in each half meant this MacWhirter Welsh League Division One encounter finished in a 1-1 draw. And Haverfordwest will be without their 38 year old former Wrexham full back Deryn Brace for a while. The veteran Player/Coach, who is in his second spell with the club, twisted an ankle today, and will miss around six weeks of football.

Monday 16th September 2013
The knives are being sharpened for Ole Gunnar Solksjær, and his time at Cardiff City may soon be up. That's the verdict of local newspaper, 'The South Wales Echo' at least. They're suggesting that a defeat at home to Nottingham Forest in the Sky Bet Championship tomorrow evening could well end his spell in the hotseat at Cardiff City Stadium.

Tuesday 17th September 2013
Maybe it wasn't a night to be blooding a teenage centre back in front of almost 21,000 fans and with your job on the line, so I doubt it was too far up on Ole Gunnar Solskjær's list of priorities, Davide not part of the squad again tonight. A goal from Trinidad & Tobago International striker Kenwyne Jones right on half time had City in front, and all was still good for the Bluebirds and their home fans with only a quarter of an hour to play. Then Matty Fryatt scored twice for the visitors in a two minute spell, and City fall to defeat!

Saturday 21st September 2013
The draw is made for the First Round of the Loosemores League Cup, very much a minor competition in the Welsh football calendar. Haverfordwest will be pretty happy with their draw, as they will make a trip to Taffs Well in mid-October, a venue they have already visited and won at this season.

Taffs won't relish facing Haverfordwest again on their current form, as they notch a win today on an away day in Port Talbot. There was no answer from hosts TATA Steel in the opening half hour, as first Kristian Griffiths found the net from close range after being set up by Danilo, and then in the 29th minute, Danilo scored his first Senior goal with a 25 yard shot that skidded across the wet surface and through a crowd of players and inside the post. He is the first of the cousins to find the net, and adds a second successive man of the match award as well as his assist, as he starts to hit a real purple patch of form, County getting a 2-0 win. That's now six games without defeat for Haverfordwest, which is a new record mark for both the club, and the MacWhirter Welsh League Division One.

Ole Gunnar Solksjær can only dream of a run like that right now, but there is at last some relief for the Cardiff City manager, as he sees his side grab a home win today. Peter Whittingham and Aron Gunnarsson find the net in the first half, and City beat the now bottom of the table side Birmingham City to give themselves a bit more breathing room to the sides around the relegation zone. Still no Davide in the matchday squad though.

Monday 23rd September 2013
I hope the Cardiff City Board don't have high hopes for progress much further in the Capital One Cup, and I also hope Solskjær's job isn't hinging on that progress, as tomorrow night they are set to welcome Manchester City to the Cardiff City Stadium in the Third Round. Even if the Premier League club rotate their squad heavily, not many give the Welsh side much hope of pulling off an upset.

Much more difficult to predict will be the the tie that has just been drawn in the Second Round of the Welsh Cup today, as Haverfordwest County are drawn at home to Pen-y-Bont. At the point of the draw, the clubs are second and third respectively in the MacWhirter Welsh League Division One. That early October match could be a hell of a tie.

Tuesday 24th September 2013
In front of a larger than normal attendance at the Cardiff City Stadium, the home side gave it their all, but a 7th minute goal from Sergio Agüero gave Manchester City their passage through to the next round, and Cardiff are out. Davide is not involved in the squad at all for this one, City opting for their strongest squad in search of an upset.

Saturday 28th September 2013
After being left out in midweek, Davide is given some game time by Cardiff City, and he is sent away with the Under-18's for their Group 2 South Division match against Charlton Athletic's Under-18's at their Sparrows Lane training complex. He put in a man of the match performance in their 1-0 win, which came courtesy of a first half goal from winger Jaye Bowen. It was a 7.5 rating performance from Davide, who hardly put a foot wrong in the back four. That win moved City's Under-18 side above their opponents and into third place in the ten team Group, right behind bitter rivals Swansea City, who they face next week.

Further West, Danilo made it a man of the match double for the cousins today, as he was instrumental in Haverfordwest destroying a team from my own home town, Cwmbran Celtic, by a score of 3-0 at the Bridge Meadow Stadium. He got the ball rolling with an assist, providing the cross that Kristian Griffiths headed home in the 33rd minute. He constantly tormented his opposite number in a rather one sided affair, and Richard Ryan and Dylan Blain added further goals. An 8.3 rating put Danilo well above anyone else's rating today, and he now has the third highest average rating in the Division, and the most man of the match awards.

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