Michele Bacis

Michele Bacis Wiki – Biography

Michele Bacis was a former Fiorentina footballer. His eight-year-old son Jacopo has died after falling from a balcony last night. As well as Fiorentina, the 40-year-old ex-footballer played for Genoa, Arezzo, and Monza, before retiring in 2010. He also had two spells in charge of Arezzo’s youth academy.


Michele Bacis is 40 years old as of 2020.

Michele Bacis Son Death Cause

The boy, Jacopo, was playing on the balcony at his home in Arezzo, in Tuscany, when he lost his balance and fell three floors just after 10 pm.

He was rushed to the San Donato Hospital in Arezzo but was declared dead upon arrival.

A neighbor told Italian paper Corriere della Sera: “We heard a dull thud coming from the street, we looked out and saw the child’s body and then we heard the screams of the parents.”

Police are investigating the cause of the accident.


Paying tribute, Jacopo’s karate teacher Enzo Bertocci wrote on Facebook: “I imagine you happy, free, free to fly and run as you have not been able to do in these two months.

“I imagine you show other kids your best moves.”

The heartbreaking incident comes just weeks after Bacis lost his uncle to coronavirus.


He grows football in the team of his city, Atalanta, but begins his professional career in the 1999/2000 season in Triestina, in Serie C2.

In 4 years he collected 101 appearances and 5 goals. The leap in quality occurs during the 2002/2003 season when Triestina arrives in Serie B: Bacis does not go unnoticed. The following year he was bought by Fiorentina, always in Serie B.

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Bacis’ career in football began at Atalanta, where he came through the youth system before moving to Triestina in 1999.

The defender made his professional debut with Triestina and went on to make a further 100 appearances for the club in the following four years.

From there the defender moved to Fiorentina before spells with Arezzo, Genoa, Avellino, Cremonese, Monza and Paganese.

Bacis returned to Arezzo in 2010 before calling time on his playing career and taking up coaching. The 40-year-old worked as a youth coach for three years before leaving Arezzo.


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