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Tuesday November 24 2015
Guidolin up for Lazio job?

Francesco Guidolin is touted as the favourite to take over if Lazio give Stefano Pioli the sack.

The team was placed in an indefinite training retreat after scraping one point from four Serie A games.

Pioli was also reportedly in a crisis meeting with director of sport Ighli Tare yesterday.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, if Lazio do decide to wield the axe, Guidolin is being lined up for the job.

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Sunday November 22 2015
Mazzarri closing on Toronto FC

Reports are multiplying that Walter Mazzarri is in negotiations to take over MLS club Toronto FC.

The former Inter Coach is still on the payroll at San Siro, having been sacked a year ago to make way for Roberto Mancini.

He has been living in England over the last few months in a bid to improve his language skills.

It had until recently been believed this was to prepare him for a position in the English Premier League.

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Saturday November 21 2015
Mazzarri wants MLS job

Walter Mazzarri is currently in England, but reportedly looking for a MLS job with Toronto FC the favourites.

The former Sampdoria, Napoli and Inter Coach has been out of work for a year since he was fired by the Nerazzurri to make way for Roberto Mancini.

It’s well known he has been living in England with a family near Manchester, aiming to learn the language and widen his professional horizons.

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Wednesday November 11 2015
Mazzarri plan B for Samp?

Sampdoria have reportedly lined up former Coach Walter Mazzarri as an alternative to Vincenzo Montella.

The Blucerchiati sacked Walter Zenga yesterday and are believed to have agreed personal terms with Montella, but are currently at a standoff with his former employer Fiorentina.

Samp would need to pay La Viola a €5m release clause in order to buy out the ‘Aeroplanino’ from his Fiorentina contract, and have therefore begun considering other options.

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Tuesday November 10 2015
Mazzarri 'living in Manchester'

Former Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri “is living in Manchester with an English family and studying Premier League teams.”

The ex-Napoli boss was sacked by Inter in November 2014 and is still on the club’s pay-roll.

He has repeatedly been linked with jobs in the Premier League and made no secret of his interest in the English game.

“He left Italy and flew to England, but did not choose London, where there are always too many Italians around,” consultant Giampiero Timossi told calciomercato.com.

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Monday November 2 2015
Fassone: ‘Toure was convinced but…’

Former general manager Marco Fassone reveals Yaya Toure “seemed convinced” to join Inter, but Manchester City blocked any transfer.

The Ivorian was repeatedly linked with the Nerazzurri this summer, and a reunion with Coach Roberto Mancini, but in the end the midfielder stayed in England.

“Sometimes Mancini suggested players, like Toure,” Fassone explained to SportItalia.

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Tuesday October 27 2015
Guidolin, Donadoni for Verona?

Francesco Guidolin and Roberto Donadoni have been linked with the Verona job should Andrea Mandorlini face the sack.

Mandorlini has worked wonders with the Gialloblu, taking them through two promotions from Lega Pro to Serie A before securing a 13th place finish last season.

However, the 55-year-old has struggled to keep up the momentum this term and his side are still without a win after nine rounds of action.

With Hellas joint bottom of the league, the club have reportedly already lined up options to succeed Mandorlini.

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Sunday October 11 2015
ADL: 'Sarri-Napoli for five years'

Aurelio De Laurentiis said Maurizio Sarri is “locked down to Napoli for five years” and explained the Walter Mazzarri split.

The President spoke to Radio Radio in Rome and compared the club to his other job as a movie producer.

“I always worked to give the public what it wanted and I do the same in football for those who come to the stadium.

“If there’s one thing I know how to do, it’s write contracts, because I come from a much more complex world of cinema. I take the same approach in sport.

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