Mancini in shock resignation as Italy coach
Roberto Mancini announced his shock resignation as coach of European champions Italy on Sunday less than a month before Euro 2024 qualifying resumes, having failed to qualify for last year’s World Cup.
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) said in a statement it had “received late yesterday evening” confirm bet predictions Mancini’s surprise decision to step down after five years in charge.
“Because of important and close commitments for the team with Euro 2024 qualifiers against North Macedonia and Ukraine, betting tips 1×2 the FIGC will announce the name of the new national coach in the next few days,” the federation added.
“Thus concludes a significant page in the history of the Azzurri,” the FIGC added, bet prediction recalling a memorable “Euro 2020 triumph in which a group of individuals became a team.”
Italy was Mancini’s first international coaching job when he was appointed in May 2018 after the four-time world champions’ failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
A former international, Mancini won Euro 2020 with Italy but the country again missed out on a place at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Mancini’s resignation comes as a major shock with no warning signs.
Earlier this month the 58-year-old had also been handed responsibility for the country’s Under-21 and Under-20 teams.
His departure comes following recent appointments to the national coaching setup including former Italy defender Andrea Barzagli and gambling goalkeeping great Gianluigi Buffon.
The Italian press has speculated that Luciano Spalletti could be lined up as his successor after ending Napoli’s 33-year wait for the Serie A title last season, bet prediction site before leaving his post.
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