Pisa’s football star suspended after his coach was caught cheating

In the early hours of this morning, a video of a Pisa Football Club team-mate, Gianluca Barbosa, was shared widely on social media.

It shows a man claiming to be a coach of the Pisa City Football Club, who is seen taking money from a player in the game.

The video has since been deleted from the Piscina website.

“I have a son who plays football with me. “

He has been a very good player for me. “

I have a son who plays football with me.

“But I can’t bring him back. “

“There is no way for me to give him back.””

In the video, the man who claims to be coach Gianlucia Barbosa speaks to a player about an upcoming game. “

There is no way for me to give him back.”

In the video, the man who claims to be coach Gianlucia Barbosa speaks to a player about an upcoming game.

The player, who has a different name, appears to be in tears and says that he will not play.

The coach replies: “I will not come.”

“He’s not playing.

He’s not a coach,” the coach says.

“He’s a friend.”

He went on: “It’s not easy to live in this situation. “

It was a simple request for me, a simple excuse for not being here, and my coach had no choice but to comply.”

I would not have done anything like this.”‘”

What was important for me was not to lose my dignity.

I would not have done anything like this.”‘

I will never play football again’A number of players have spoken out against the coach’s behaviour, while the club’s board has pledged to investigate the allegations.

“I am not going to play football.

“As soon as I return, I have a letter to my manager explaining my actions.””

However, Pisa, a city of around 7.5 million people in northern Italy, has not been the only city to find itself in the news for its handling of its players.”

As soon as I return, I have a letter to my manager explaining my actions.”

However, Pisa, a city of around 7.5 million people in northern Italy, has not been the only city to find itself in the news for its handling of its players.

The Italian media has also been abuzz with claims of abuse of a player by former players in the country’s top flight.

Last year, a player named Alberto Di Rupo, who scored 13 goals in 24 appearances for Pisa in his last season, was fined €300,000 ($385,000) after a video emerged of him abusing a player at the Stadio Olimpico.

A court in Florence upheld the punishment, saying Di RUpo had not been a “regular participant” in the match.

But the video of the incident was only shown on Italian television.

A spokesman for Piscinea said: ‘I will do everything possible to help the person affected to get back to normal.’

Pisa’s board also said in a statement that it would investigate the incident, and that the club would work with the player’s team-mates to “rebuild trust”.

“We will not accept this behaviour again,” it said.

“We have been in talks with the club and the player and will continue to do so in the coming days.”