Former Italy international Player Thiago Motto appointed as head coach of Serie A club 'Genoa'

Brazilian-born Thiago Motta has been names as the new head coach of Genoa just few hours after the sacking of Aurelio Andreazzoli
Thiago Motto played for Paris Saint-Germain from 2012 to 2018, with his only previous coaching experience with PSG's U19 team, which he managed until July 2019.
The 37-year-old Brazilian born takes over as coach of Genoa side that has only one win out of eight games played this season against Fiorentina on September 1.
They currently sit at the bottom of the Serie A table with 20 goals conceded after Sunday's 5-1 defeat to Parma.
Thiago Motta oversaw his first training session on Tuesday and will be officially presented at the north-western side later on.
The Brazilian midfielder have won five Ligue 1 titles at Paris Saint-Germain, and two La Liga crowns with Barcelona.
So far, Thiago Motta earned 30 caps playing for Italy, reaching the finals of Euro 2012.
Thiago Motta's first game in charge will be on Saturday against Mario Balotelli's Brescia, before travelling to Turin to play defending champions Juventus next week.

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