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Friday August 4 2017
Levski appoint Delio Rossi

Levski Sofia have named former Lazio, Palermo and Fiorentina boss Delio Rossi as their new Coach.

Rossi’s appointment was confirmed by Levski on their official website, with Sky Sport Italia reporting he has signed a two-year contract.

The 57-year-old’s last role came at Bologna, whom he took back into Serie A, before being sacked in October 2015.

He also won the Coppa Italia with Lazio in 2009 and took Palermo to a cup Final two years later but was sacked by Fiorentina after he went to punch Adem Ljajic during a match.

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Thursday August 3 2017
Rossi set for Levski Sofia job

Delio Rossi is expected to sign on as the new Coach of Bulgarian side Levski Sofia tomorrow.

The former Fiorentina and Lazio tactician is due to put pen to paper on a two-year contract with option for a third campaign.

According to Sky Sport Italia, Rossi has been chosen ahead of Avram Grant for the new role.

The 57-year-old has been out of work since he was fired by Serie A outfit Bologna in October 2015.

This will be Rossi’s first experience working abroad, but he’ll bring regular Italian collaborators to join his staff.

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Monday March 20 2017
Torino to sell Ljajic?

Torino may sell Adem Ljajic in the summer, with the winger looking increasingly like he is surplus to requirements at the club.

According to Tuttosport, the Serbian is not fully integrated into the Granata squad, with Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic increasingly frustrated by his performances.

The 25-year-old joined the club from Roma this summer for a fee said to be in the region of €8.5m.

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Thursday February 23 2017
Rossi: ‘I’ve had offers’

Delio Rossi admits “I’ve had several offers from Italy and abroad” but wishes Sinisa Mihajlovic “many years with Torino”.

The Coach has been out work since being sacked by Bologna last season, but isn’t short of opportunities to return to the bench.

“Since the end of my relationship with Bologna I’ve had several offers from Italy and abroad,” Rossi explained to Tuttosport.

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Saturday September 24 2016
‘Lotito doesn’t understand football’

Delio Rossi has accused Lazio President Claudio Lotito as having ‘never understood much about football.’

The 56-year-old won the Coppa Italia during his time in charge of the Biancocelesti, whom he also guided to a Champions League place in 2007.

However, in an interview with Corriere Dello Sport, the experienced tactician criticised the Stadio Olimpico chief for his lack of ambition after securing a place in European football’s premier competition.

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Monday April 4 2016
Rossi: ‘Different Lazio attitude’

Delio Rossi insists Stefano Pioli is “a good Coach” but Lazio have “a different spirit” this season.

The Biancocelesti sacked Pioli yesterday after a 4-1 humbling in the Rome derby, the latest in a series of poor results.

“As a neutral spectator yesterday hurt me,” Rossi told Avanti Lazio.

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Monday December 7 2015
Donadoni: ‘Right Bologna conviction’

Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni praises his team’s ‘conviction’ and ‘self-belief’ after their win against Napoli.

The Rossoblu stunned Maurizio Sarri’s Scudetto contenders with a 3-2 win on Sunday, the latest positive result since Donadoni’s arrival.

However, despite the club’s turnaround in fortunes since his arrival, the Coach warned that ‘it’s not right’ to blame his predecessor Delio Rossi for all the previous difficulties.

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Tuesday November 3 2015
Bologna hint at Prandelli, Montella

Bologna director Pantaleo Corvino rules out Didier Drogba and “won’t confirm or deny” talks with Cesare Prandelli and Vincenzo Montella.

The Rossoblu sacked Coach Delio Rossi last week and brought in Roberto Donadoni, who won his debut match 3-0 against Atalanta.

“We hope this victory can serve as a morale booster so the team can fight for its Serie A place with a more relaxed state of mind,” director of sport Corvino told Radio Sportiva.

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Sunday November 1 2015
Donadoni credits Delio Rossi

Roberto Donadoni gave credit to predecessor Delio Rossi after a 3-0 win on his Bologna debut.

The Coach only took over on Wednesday after Rossi was dismissed, but made the ideal start with a thumping victory over Atalanta.

“In four days we did what was possible and now need to take a closer look at some situations in the locker room,” Donadoni told Sky Sport Italia.

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Sunday November 1 2015
Destro thanks Bologna fans

Mattia Destro thanked Bologna fans for “always supporting me” after breaking his goal drought.

The striker hadn’t found the net since May, playing 834 minutes of football, until today’s 3-0 victory over Atalanta.

“I really wanted to score a goal and I think the fans for always supporting me,” the former Roma and Milan forward told Sky Sport Italia.

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