Giuseppe Sannino has claimed landlords ask Palermo coaches for rent in advance due to Maurizio Zamparini's trigger happy ways!
Former Varese and Siena Coach Sannino was sacked by club President Zamparini last weekend after just three games in charge of the Sicilian outfit. Zamparini is notoriously ruthless, sacking four bosses - Sannino, Bortolo Mutti, Devis Mangia and Stefano Pioli - in the last year alone.
“In Palermo, landlords ask for six months' payment in advance from the coaches,” Sannino told Radio Kiss Kiss. “Because they all know the way Zamparini works.
“That did not happen to me personally, because I have an old friend who gave me his apartment, but I know that in some places there is a real problem, because the coaches don't last very long.”
Successor Gian Piero Gasperini leads the Rosanero to Bergamo to face Atalanta on Sunday.
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