The Juventus coach is the longest-running coach to debut as Serie A champion.
The trajectory of Maurizio Sarri It looks extensive, although only in the last five years it got recognition. Is that the born in Naples He has directed since 1996 and almost two decades later his name gained strength from what he did with the Neapolitan team, added to his work in Chelsea and, now, with his first Scudetto in command of Juventus.
The Mister, as he is known, began in the regional divisions of his country (Antella, Sansovino and Sangiovannese, among others), until in 2005 he landed in Pescara of Serie B for his first ambitious project.
Sarri sailed through the lower categories by taking over other teams such as Arezzo, Hellas Verona, Perugia and Alessandria but his best output so far would come by guiding Empoli to Serie A in the 2013/14 campaign.
Since 2015, his life changed when he returned to Napoli to its former prominence for the title in the maximum of Italy, although he has not been able to break the reign of Juve. Also, he gained strength in Europe and became a tough bone in the UEFA Champions League.
His career had a resounding change when he moved to England in 2018 to drive to Chelsea, which meant leaving his country after 22 years. Although he spent just one season, he led the Blues to consecration in the UEFA Europa League.
And it arrived this Sunday, July 26, 2020, the day that Sarri managed to celebrate his first title in Italy. His coronation is even recorded as the longest-running coach to win his first Serie A title, aged 61 years and 198 days.
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