Serie A: Eusebio Di Francesco replaces Walter Zenga as Cagliari head coach

Di Francesco signed a contract through June, 2022. He previously coached Pescara, Lecce, Sassuolo, Roma and Sampdoria.

The Associated Press August 03, 2020 16:05:46 IST
Serie A: Eusebio Di Francesco replaces Walter Zenga as Cagliari head coach

Cagliari: Cagliari hired Eusebio Di Francesco as their new coach Monday after parting ways with Walter Zenga.

The Sardinian club announced the move a day after finishing the Serie A season in 14th place.

Di Francesco signed a contract through June, 2022. He previously coached Pescara, Lecce, Sassuolo, Roma and Sampdoria.

In 2018, Di Francesco coached Roma to the Champions League semi-finals. He led Sampdoria for the first eight matches of the recently concluded season then left the club by mutual consent with the team in last place.

Zenga was hired by Cagliari in March to replace the fired Rolando Maran.

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