Tiago Casasola

Tiago Casasola is an Argentine footballer who plays as a defender. He plays for the Italian club Cosenza on loan from Lazio. Casasola started his youth football career at CA Huracan. In August 2012, he moved to Boca Juniors. On 22 August 2014, Casasola transferred to the senior team of English club Fulham for an undisclosed fee; however he failed to play a single game for them during his time there. His contract with Fulham was terminated by mutual consent and he joined Italian club Como on 29 August 2015. Casasola made his league debut against Vicenza on 19 September 2015, he played 27 league games in the 2015–16 Serie B season. At the end of the 2015 -- 16 season, Casasola was signed by Serie A team Roma. On 5 August 2016, Casasola signed a season-long loan with Serie B side Trapani. On 31 January 2019, his rights were bought by Lazio, he was loaned back to his previous club Salernitana for the remainder of the 2018–19 season. After not playing in the first half of the 2019–20 season, on 30 January 2020 he was loaned to Serie B club Cosenza.

Casasola was a member of the Argentina U20 squad for the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup and the 2015 South American Youth Football Championship. Argentina U20Winner South American Youth Football Championship: 2015


The Viessmann Group is an international manufacturer of heating and refrigeration systems headquartered in Allendorf, Germany. With 23 production companies in 12 countries, distribution companies and representative offices in 74 countries and 120 sales offices throughout the world, Viessmann is international in its orientation. 55 percent of turnover is generated abroad. Since January 2018, the company is led by Martin Viessmann, Maximilian Viessmann and Joachim Janssen. In addition to this organizational restructuring, the Viessmann Group has redefined the core of its business activities. After 100 years of being concerned with heat-generation, the company now focuses on creating and maintaining "living spaces". Viessmann is a major sponsor of winter sport and, since 2017, an official Team Partner of Panasonic Jaguar Racing Team in the FIA Formula E Championship; the company was founded in Hof an der Saale in 1917 by Johann Viessmann, has been family owned for four generations. As of 2017 the company reports annual sales of € 2.37 billion.

Today Viessmann provides an extensive range of HVAC products as well as services and refrigeration solutions. Condensing technology oil and gas systems Solar thermal systems Photovoltaic systems Heat pumps Biomass heating systems Combined heat and power generation Biogas systems Fuel cell systems Ventilation and Air-conditioning equipmentfor commercial and residential purposes ranging from 1.5 to 120,000 kW. The Viessmann Group originated in Hof on the banks of the Saale, where Johann Viessmann set up a small workshop in 1917 specialising in the construction of steel boilers. In 1937 he moved operations to Allendorf in northern Hesse. After World War II, Hans Viessmann took over his father's company and modernized it by introducing series production and industrial processes. In the 1950s and 1960s, oil replaced the used solid fuels, whilst steel boilers became important. Viessmann seized these growth opportunities and developed into a medium-sized industrial enterprise with 1,400 employees; the 1970s were a time of expansion.

In 1972, Viessmann opened its first foreign factory in Faulquemont, followed by Waterloo, the first site outside Europe, in 1978. With the development of new technologies, the company responded to the challenges of the energy crisis: In 1976, the first solar collectors were produced, followed by the first heat pumps in 1978; the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 opened up new markets – in the former East Germany and in Eastern Europe. At the end of 1991/start of 1992, Dr. Hans Viessmann handed the company over to his son Dr. Martin Viessmann. In the 1990s, major structural changes were taking place: from floorstanding boilers to wall mounted boilers, from oil to gas, from gas-fired boilers to condensing technology. Viessmann set up a new production facility for wall mounted gas boilers in Allendorf, whilst developing an international sales office and branch network; as of 2005, the company launched the "Efficiency Plus" campaign focusing on demonstrating energy saving and sustainable processes and reducing the company's environmental footprint, whilst expanding the product range with the acquisition of other technologies.

Viessmann first acquired wood combustion specialists Mawera and Köb, followed by KWT, a manufacturer of large heat pumps and ESS for combined heating and power systems. BIOFerm and Carbotech acquisitions covered the area of biogas technology, with an evacuated tube solar collectors plant in Dachang, the company has expanded its market presence into solar thermal systems. Following the introduction of the company's "Efficiency Plus" campaign, Viessmann received both in 2009 and 2011 the German Sustainability Award for most sustainable production and most sustainable brand in Germany, respectively. In 2010 the company received the Energy Efficiency Award for optimising energy production and use in its manufacturing facilities. In 2013, the company received the German Sustainability Award for the third time. Since January 2018, Martin Viessmann leads the Group as Chairman of the Executive Board; the operative business is headed by two Group-CEOs: Max Viessmann is responsible for the Climate Solutions division and new digital business, while Joachim Janssen concentrates on the Industrial Systems and Refrigeration Solutions divisions.

The Viessmann Academy was unofficially established by the company in the 60s, in order to meet the growing demand for training and expertise of employees and trade partners, reflecting the constant expansion of the technological spectrum of modern HVAC systems. Today, the Viessmann Academy, with its new facilities located in Allendorf provides a comprehensive programme of basic as well as advanced training courses for HVAC contractors, architects, property developers, flue-gas inspectors, education institutions and Viessmann's own employees, in total of more than 92,000 industry specialists each year. Viessmann has been active as a winter sports sponsor since 1983, focusing on biathlon, Nordic combined and ski jumping; the company supports the German Ski Association as a team partner as well as number of former athletes – notably luge champion Georg Hackl as well as Sven Fischer, Uschi Disl and Tobias Angerer –, which now serve as brand ambassadors. Since the debut season 2017/18, the German family business has been an official team partner of Panasonic Jaguar Racing Team in the FIA Formula E Championship.

Since start of the 2018/19 season, Viessmann is the main sponsor of the Jaguar I-PACE teams in Germany. In addition to winter sports, the company supports Huddersfield Town in the