Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Italy might lose it's coach after the World Cup

Italy might lose it's coach after the World Cup
According to Italian press, Cesare Prandelli is going to leave the Italian National team after the 2014 World Cup in Brazil

The announcement will be made ​​after the qualifying stage is over and the Italian Football Federation is already searching for a replacement and establishing a profile for Prandelli's successor.

The main candidates are Massimiliano Allegri (AC Milan), Antonio Conte (Juventus) and Roberto Mancini (unemployed). However, there's a second list of alternatives that contemplates the names of Alberto Zaccheroni (Japan), Claudio Ranieri (Monaco) and Luciano Spalletti (Zenit).

The fact is that Prandelli set the bar very high after finishing second in Euro 2012 and third in this year's Confederations Cup and whoever takes his place will have to accept a salary that does not surpass 1.5 million euros a year.

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