Liquigas confirm 2010 squad

Liquigas-Doimo's 28-man team to come together at Italian training camp

Liquigas-Doimo has announced their full 28-man rider roster for the 2010 season. The Italian squad will welcome nine new riders to the team when the conduct their first training camp at the end of this month.

Croatian Robert Kiserlovski and Italian Elia Viviani were confirmed on Monday as the riders who will complete the 2010 team sheet. Kiserlovski, 23, joins the team from Fuji-Servetto, while Viviani, 20, will makes the move up from the Liquigas feeder squad, Marchiol Sport.

Viviani will begin racing on the road with the team in April, after he completes his track objectives at the World Championships in Denmark next March. He finished sixth in the men's scratch race at the Manchester round of the track World Cup at the start of this month.

The team have retained 19 members of their 2009 roster, including stars Ivan Basso, Daniele Bennati, Roman Kreuziger, Sylvester Szmyd and Tour de France polka dot jersey winner Franco Pellizotti.

Liquigas have also confirmed two new additions to their management team. Team Principal Robert Amadio will be supported by new sports directors Alberto Volpi and Biagio Conte. The newcomers join Stefano Zanatta, Dario Mariuzzo, Mario Scirea, and Paolo Slongo on the management team.

The entire 2010 team will come together for the first time at training camp at Passo San Pellegrino in Val di Fassa, on November 27 to December 4.

Liquigas-Doimo's 2010 rider roster:
 Valerio Agnoli  
 Ivan Basso  
 Daniele Bennati  
 Maciej Bodnar  
 Francesco Chicchi  
 Jacopo Guarnieri  
 Roman Kreuziger  
 Aliaksandr Kuchynski  
 Vincenzo Nibali  
 Daniel Oss  
 Franco Pellizotti  
 Manuel Quinziato  
 Fabio Sabatini  
 Ivan Santaromita  
 Sylvester Szmyd  
 Alessandro Vanotti  
 Brian Bach Vandborg  
 Frederik Willems  
 Oliver Zaugg  
 Francesco Bellotti (from Barloworld)  
 Davide Cimolai (neo-pro)  
 Tiziano Dall’Antonia (from CSF Group-Navigare)  
 Mauro Finetto (from CSF Group-Navigare)  
 Robert Kiserlovski (from Fuji-Servetto)  
 Kristjan Koren (neo-pro)  
 Maciej Paterski (neo-pro)  
 Peter Sagan (neo-pro)  
 Elia Viviani (neo-pro)  

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