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GENOA close to name former player Thiago MOTTA new boss

21.10.2019 18.04 by Claudio Colla  read 402
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While Aurelio Andreazzoli is about to get sacked, after a very disappointing season start, Genoa are reportedly close to name Italian-Brazilian 37-year old Thiago Motta new first-team boss. A member of the club, as a player, back in 2008/09, Thiago Motta, who became a powerhouse for Inter Milan, PSG and Italian NT afterwards, trained French giants themselves' U19 team, during last season, and seems to have taken over both candidates Francesco Guidolin and Massimo Carrera (https://www.transfermarketweb.com/?action=read&idsel=203014).

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