This historic coaches from Italy list can help answer the questions "Who are some Italian coaches of note? List ranges from Dick Vitale to Claudio Gentile, plus much more. Use this list of renowned Italian coaches to discover some new coaches that you aren't familiar with.
Don't forget to share this list by clicking one of the social media icons at the top or bottom of the page. He is the current head coach of the Italy Under team. He last served as head coach of Serie A team Sampdoria. He is best known for having managed a number of top clubs in Serie A, and won a scudetto with A.
The early signs are good. Since then, Ancelotti has essentially became a manager-for-hire, taking over and rejuvenating some of the most illustrious clubs in the game. Frank Dunne. Assists 26 2 nd. Ships to:. Seller Inventory B This is why expressing loyalty to a single style is banned.
Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device. This Book have some digital formats such us :paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub, fb2 and another formats. Coaching Course From there he returned to Milan, where he played for seven winning years. Coaching Champions: Soccer Coaching in Italy.
During five years in charge, he led the club to their first Scudetto in nine years and led them to three successive Champions League finals while winning a further two league titles. Lippi had another successful spell with Juventus between and , in which he won another two Scudetti, before leading Italy to World Cup victory in As a tactician, Vittorio Pozzo was an innovator.
He developed what became known as the Metodo — a shape that was seen as a precursor to the modern — which allowed for two inside forwards to play between the half-backs and the front line. And, when it came to results, Pozzo was just as successful.
Using his favoured system while manager of the Italy national team, Pozzo led his country to their first ever piece of international silverware—the World Cup. Catenaccio helped Italian football to dominate in Europe throughout much of the s, but, due to its defence-first principles and rigid man-marking, it has always been viewed through a negative lens.
Whether or not its rapid counter-attacking style was aesthetically pleasing, the results achieved by teams using the system cannot be questioned. He did all of this while in charge of Milan, though he also led both Triestina and Padova to Serie A and enjoyed a positive time as Torino boss.
Regarded primarily for his revolutionising of Italian football tactics, Arrigo Sacchi brought zonal defence to a country that had, for decades, relied principally on either rigid man-marking or something very similar. After defeating Milan as coach of Parma, who were then in Serie B, Silvio Berlusconi appointed Sacchi as Milan coach in and changed the course of footballing history.
No team since has retained the trophy. Arguably the most successful Italian manager of all time, Giovanni Trapattoni has won everything there is to win at club level.
But, before all of that, he enjoyed an exceptional decade as Juventus head coach. Trapattoni eventually returned to Juventus in the s but was unable to revive the giant that had fallen following his departure in He highlighted this once when discussing his time at Inter Milan.