The viola club confirmed that the coach will remain in office for the next season.
One day after the 4-0 win over Bologna, on day 37 of the A series, Fiorentina announced that his coach Giuseppe Iachini He will continue to lead the first team in the upcoming season.
“Fiorentina announces that Mr. Giuseppe Iachini will remain in the technical direction of the first team also for the 2020/21 season,” the viola club reported in a statement it shared on social media.
ACF Fiorentina communicates che Mister Giuseppe Iachini rimarrà alla guida tecnica della Prima Squadra gigliata anche per la stagione 2020/21
– ACF Fiorentina (@acffiorentina) July 30, 2020
Iachini came to Fiorentina last December to replace Vincenzo Montella and after being confirmed in his position, he declared: “I am very happy, Fiorentina is something special for me, it has always been in my heart. I thank everyone, starting with the President Rocco Commisso, Joe Barone and Daniele Pradè for the great support they have given me and for the trust “.
“I also want to thank this fantastic group of players for the availability and professionalism they have given me and the entire coaching staff in these months. I hope that through work we can give ourselves and give our fans great satisfaction,” he added. .
President Rocco Commisso also expressed his satisfaction: “Beppe Iachini arrived at a very difficult time for the team and managed, despite all the difficulties of a unique and incredible year from all points of view, to balance the team and improve in the tournament. Precisely for this reason I am convinced that the coach deserves the opportunity to continue and be able to work with the team from the beginning of next season. “
“In the past few months I have appreciated his seriousness, his commitment and his skills, and I think it is right to acknowledge the good work he has done. Next season we will all be by his side and from now on I will do my best. Good luck to the new championship, but now let’s think about the last game and try to improve our ranking even more “, the president closed.
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