Serie A: World Champion Coach Fired After Just 6 Games!

In a surprising turn of events, Fabio Cannavaro, the Italian World Cup-winning coach, has been let go from his position at Udinese Calcio after only two months on the job. Despite his desire to stay longer, the club has decided not to extend his contract beyond the current season.

Cannavaro, who led Italy to victory in the 2006 World Cup, took over the reins at Udinese in April. Under his guidance, the struggling team managed to secure nine points in six games, narrowly avoiding relegation and finishing 15th in the Serie A table. However, the partnership will not continue, as the club has opted for a change in leadership.

Udinese’s owner, Giampaolo Pozzo, delivered the news to Cannavaro on Saturday morning. In a heartfelt message on Instagram, Cannavaro expressed his gratitude for the opportunity and his disappointment at not being able to continue the journey with the team. He mentioned his fondness for the people of the Friuli region and his willingness to stay on in Udine.

This season saw Cannavaro become the third coach at Udinese, following the dismissal of Andrea Sottil after just nine games, replaced by Gabriele Cioffi. Cannavaro’s coaching career began in 2014 in China, with subsequent stints in Saudi Arabia and back to China before landing at Benevento in 2022. Unfortunately, he was let go in February 2023.

With this latest development, the future of Cannavaro’s coaching career remains uncertain, but one thing is clear – his time at Udinese has come to an abrupt end, leaving fans and followers surprised and curious about what lies ahead for the esteemed World Champion coach.

Keywords: Fabio Cannavaro, Udinese Calcio, Serie A, World Cup, Giampaolo Pozzo

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