Torino appoints Marco Giampaolo as its new head coach


Marco Giampaolo, 53, has been appointed as the new head coach of Italian club Torino. The Italian signed a two years contract.
It was recalled that Marco Giampaolo  was sacked after just seven games at AC Milan last season.
He takes over from Moreno Longo at the Turin side who finished last season in 16th position.
Marco Giampaolo was former midfielder and has over the past two decades coached clubs including Cagliari, Brescia, Empoli and Sampdoria and most recently AC Milan.
Giampaolo lost his coaching job at AC Milan last October after a run of four defeats in seven games left the club three points above the relegation zone.
Former Italian footballing giants Torino won the last of their seven league titles in 1976.

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