Monza sacked Giovanni Stroppa. In his place Raffaele Palladino, but Ranieri is on the way

Giovanni Stroppa is no longer the coach of Monza. A decision – taken for some time – by President Berlusconi but matured this morning. The coach was sacked after the draw in Lecce, first point an A of the Brianza club.

The race for the Monza bench sees many protagonists: Berlusconi’s chosen one is Davide Ballardini, but Claudio Ranieri’s candidacy resists. The former coach of Leicester and Roma teases Adriano Galliani and sporting director Antonelli a lot, minus the owner who, while appreciating the coach, is looking for a more attacking coach, even if the figure of Ranieri represents an important candidacy for a club like Monza.

Donadoni is also on the list: the coach is ready to return to work in Italy, after his experience in China. The team, waiting for the reflections on the future coach, has been entrusted to Raffaele Palladino, who will play the confirmation and the possibility of coaching Monza until the end of the season, already in Sunday’s match against Juventus. In the meantime, contacts with the other coaches will continue, but the decision rests with Silvio Berlusconi in search of a manager who may be able to save his club in the first year of Serie A.


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