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Friday September 18 2015
Strama: ‘Inter are Scudetto contenders’

Former Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni believes the Nerazzurri will fight for the Scudetto this season.

The tactician is currently unemployed after leaving Udinese, but spoke to Gazzetta dello Sport about this year’s title race.

“If I’m talking from the heart, I can say that this could be a very positive year, because Inter - along with Roma - have shown they can finally be competitive,” Stramaccioni said.

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Sunday August 23 2015
Strama: Inter v Real Madrid for Kovacic

Andrea Stramaccioni reveals Inter beat Real Madrid to Mateo Kovacic in January 2013.

The midfielder did eventually reach the Bernabeu this month for €35m, but the Nerazzurri paid €11m when he was only 18 years old.

“I believe Mateo can give his best in a three-man midfield, or at least supporting a striker,” ex-Inter Coach Stramaccioni told Fox Sports Italia.

“I will reveal a little background information here. When we signed him from Dinamo Zagreb, Real Madrid were in negotiations too.

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Tuesday August 18 2015
Strama: ‘Juve’s lead reduced’

Inter and Roma will provide the biggest challenge to Juventus in the 2015-16 Serie A season, according to Andrea Stramaccioni.

The former Nerazzurri and Udinese Coach spoke to Corriere dello Sport about the season ahead, saying the Old Lady’s lead over the chasing pack has been narrowed.

“The distance has been reduced between Juve and the others, but the Bianconeri are always forward-thinking,” he said.

“As has happened in the past, they realised it was time to renew the team.

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Tuesday August 18 2015
‘Serie A still behind top leagues’

Former Inter and Udinese Coach Andrea Stramaccioni says the best players ‘still prefer other leagues’ over Serie A.

The 39-year-old also believes that the higher intensity of training abroad plays a part in players struggling to adapt after leaving the peninsula.

"It’s true, in Italy we’ve begun to spend again, but top-level foreign players still prefer leagues like the Premier League, Bundesliga and La Liga,” Stramaccioni said to Corriere dello Sport.

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Friday June 26 2015
Strama rejects Azzurrini

Former Udinese Coach Andrea Strammaccioni has reportedly rejected offers from Olympiacos and the Italian Under-21 side.

The tactician was dismissed at the end of last season, having taken the Zebrette to their lowest Serie A position since winning promotion.

Gianluca Di Marzio’s website reports that Olympiacos attempted to convince the former Inter boss to join them, but the Coach was wary of the current economic situation in Greece.

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Sunday June 21 2015
Stramaccioni for Olympiacos

Andrea Stramaccioni parted company with Udinese and is now tipped to take over at Greek club Olympiacos.

The former Inter Coach did not share their views on how to progress next season, so terminated his contract by mutual consent after only one year.

Now he is a free agent and La Gazzetta dello Sport claim Stramaccioni is being considered for the Olympiacos bench.

They won their fifth consecutive Souper Ligka title and qualified for the Champions League, but need a replacement after Vitor Pereira went to Fenerbahce.

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Tuesday June 9 2015
Strama in Spain for Granada?

Spanish papers claim Andrea Stramaccioni is the favourite to become Coach of Liga side Granada.

Strama parted company with Udinese by mutual consent after just one year together, as they did not share the vision of how to go forward.

However, that might not be the end of his rapport with the Pozzo family.

They own Udinese, Watford in the English Premier League and Spanish side Granada.

Mundo Deportivo insists Stramaccioni is in line to take over on the Granada bench for a new experience in La Liga.

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Thursday June 4 2015
Official: Colantuono new Udinese Coach

Stefano Colantuono will replace Andrea Stramaccioni as Udinese Coach, the club has officially announced.

It was announced this week that Stramaccioni would not be kept on by the Zebrette, after steering the club to 16th place in Serie A, their worst finish since being promoted for the 1995/96 season.

“Udinese Calcio announces that it has entrusted the technical management of the first team to Stefano Colantuono,” the club announced on its official website.

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Monday June 1 2015
Official: Stramaccioni leaves Udinese

Andrea Stramaccioni will not be at Udinese next season, after the club decided not to take up their option of another year.

The former Inter Coach took over at Friuli in the summer, but could only guide the Zebrette to 16th place in Serie A, their worst finish since being promoted for the 1995/96 season.

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Saturday May 30 2015
Strama hints at Udinese exit?

Reports are intensifying that Andrea Stramaccioni will be replaced by Stefano Colantuono, as Udinese cancelled a Press conference.

The Friulani play their final game of the season at 17.00 UK time (16.00 GMT) on Sunday, click here for a match preview.

There are consistent rumours in several different media outlets that Strama will be sacked, making way for ex-Atalanta boss Colantuono.

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