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|When Maurizio Sarri replaced Antonio Conte at Arezzo
|แทง บอล ส เต็ ป Change is in the air at Chelsea with Maurizio Sarri replacing Antonio Conte, but it is a switch that has happened before - at lowly Arezzo back in 2006. Featuring an exclusive interview with one of the players who was there at the time, Adam Bate details the story of an extraordinary season in which the pair swapped places twice.
When Arezzo were relegated from Italy's second tier in June 2007, few would have been in a hurry to claim the club had been managed by not one but two world-class coaches. Certainly not Piero Mancini. The Arezzo president will surely go down in history as the man who sacked both Antonio Conte and Maurizio Sarri in the same season.
Conte began the campaign at the helm but went winless throughout the first nine games and was promptly replaced แทง บอล ส เต็ ป by Sarri. When he could only muster 19 points from the next 18 matches, Arezzo went back to Conte in desperation and despite a dramatic upturn in fortunes, the club were sent down by a goal elsewhere in the final minute of the final day.
It was cruel on Conte after he had presided over seven wins in those last nine games but he has enjoyed himself since, winning five league titles. Sarri, meanwhile, has been hailed as one of the game's most exciting coaches thanks to his work with Napoli. "Evidently, they had not yet reached their full potential back then," Mancini would later reflect.
In Conte's case that is hardly surprising given the circumstances. The role at Arezzo was his first in management and while his trademark intensity แทง บอล ส เต็ ป was evident, his ideas about how best to prepare a team were still being formulated, as Arezzo's goalkeeper Walter Bressan explains. "That season was his first real experience as a coach," Bressan tells Sky Sports.