Michele Bacis [born on October 22, 1979] is a soccer coach and former Italian footballer, who defends the role. Bacis’ career in football began in Atalanta, where he went through the youth system before moving to Triestina in 1999.
He is 40 years old.
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. In the 2003/2004 season Bacis collected 26 appearances with the purple shirt (contributing to the promotion in Serie A) and then moved to Arezzo in the Serie B 2004-2005. In 2005 there is the return of Bacis in Serie C, first with Genoa (2005/2006, 16 appearances) then with Avellino (2006/2007, 15 appearances). In the 2007/2008 championship he plays with the Cremonese jersey in the C1 series. On October 14, 2008, after being released from the Cremonese, he signs a contract that binds him to A.C. Monza Brianza 1912, with whose shirt he collected 21 appearances, scoring 2 goals. On August 25, 2009, Paganese announced her engagement for one year. only then consensually rescinding the contract in February 2010. On 6 December 2010 he was hired by Atletico Arezzo, a team that plays in the Serie D championship.
He was hired as the new manager of Atletico Arezzo for the 2011-2012 season, finishing second at the end of the Serie D championship.  He returned to the Arezzo bench taking over from Abel Balbo and was released after a few days.
Death OF Michele Bacis’s Son
The eight-year-old boy was playing on the balcony of his home on Saturday night when he lost his balance and fell three stories, according to reports from Italy.
Former Fiorentina defender Michele Bacis’ eight-year-old son has died after falling from a balcony.
The child was playing on the balcony at his house on Saturday night when he lost his balance and fell three floors, according to reports from Italy.
The young boy was rushed to the San Donato Hospital in Arezzo, but was declared dead upon arrival. Police are investigating.
A neighbour told Italian newspaper 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.