Bologna chief executive Claudio Finucci confirmed today in a pre-match press conference against Fiorentina in the sixth round of Serie A that Thiago Motta will take over from former coach Snisa Mihailo starting next week. Vic’s post, as Bologna’s new coach.
Because Bologna had a dismal start to the new season and failed to win in the first five games, the top management dismissed the coach Mihajlovic, which is also the first team in the Serie A club to change coaches this season.
The 40-year-old Motta ‘s longest playing career as a player was with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in Ligue 1, and he was also a regular midfielder for the Italian national team. After that, he served as the Paris Saint-Germain youth team coach, Serie B Genoa coach, and briefly coached Serie A Spezia for a season last year, helping the team return to Serie A.
Motta will officially replace Mihajlovic as Bologna’s new coach next week. Today’s battle will see Bologna youth coach Luca Vigiani temporarily in charge. Motta is expected to lead Bologna for the first time in the seventh round of Serie A against Empoli next Saturday.
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