Brescia, Grosso's adventure is already over: Corini is back


BRESCIA – Brescia exonerated Fabio Grosso and recalled Eugenio Corini. The adventure of the 2006 world champion on the Rondinelle bench therefore lasted only three games: the defeats with Torino, Roma and Atalanta with zero goals scored and 10 conceded, convinced Cellino to retrace his steps, recalling Corini.

Tomorrow the presentation of Corini

"The agreement with the Brescia coach was reached at the end of a long and clarifying meeting between Corini himself, the leadership of Brescia and the president, Massimo Cellino – reads a note from the Lombard club – We can speak of a new course that sees among the protagonists a 'new' coach and a 'new' president, united and cohesive with the maximum commitment for Brescia Calcio ". Corini will meet the media tomorrow, at 6.30 pm, at the Oratory in Via Mazzini in Torbole Casaglia. Grosso had been hired last November 5th instead of Corini, with Brescia second last after 11 days. But the change has not had the desired effects.

The sixth change of bench in A

This is the sixth change on the bench after 14 Serie A days. The first two after the seventh round: Milan, despite the victory at Genoa, chased Marco Giampaolo replacing him with Stefano Pioli, while at Sampdoria, last in the standings, he finished the adventure of Eusebio Di Francesco and in his place is called Claudio Ranieri. A game after is the turn of Genoa: the 1-5 in Parma and the penultimate place with just 5 points convince Preziosi to choose Thiago Motta instead of Andreazzoli to hit salvation. The tenth round is rather fatal to Igor Tudor: the 4-0 home defeat by Roma, a few days before the 1-7 with Atalanta, pushes Udinese to give a turn and the guide is entrusted to Gotti. The defeat in the Verona race valid for the 11th day is instead fatal to Corini: Brescia, second last, hunts the promotion technician and aims at Grosso up to the current reverse gear.

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