Serie A is one of the top professional soccer leagues in the world, featuring some of the most talented and successful clubs in the sport. In this article, we will take a look at the managers who have led these clubs during the 2022/23 season, as well as an overview of their career stats and achievements.
One of the most successful managers in the Serie A this season has been Andrea Pirlo of Juventus. Pirlo, a former star player for the club, is in his first season as a head coach and has led Juventus to the top of the table. Pirlo’s career stats as a manager include a win percentage of 68% and a trophy haul that includes the Supercoppa Italiana.
Another standout manager in the Serie A this season has been Antonio Conte of Inter Milan. Conte, who has previous managerial experience at clubs such as Chelsea and Juventus, has led Inter to a strong second-place finish in the league. Conte’s career stats as a manager include a win percentage of 59% and a trophy haul that includes three Serie A titles and one UEFA Europa League title.
Other notable managers in the Serie A this season include Gennaro Gattuso of Napoli, Paulo Fonseca of Roma, and Stefano Pioli of AC Milan. Gattuso, a former player for the club, has led Napoli to a solid mid-table finish in his first season as manager. Fonseca has guided Roma to a top-four finish in the league, while Pioli has helped AC Milan qualify for the UEFA Europa League.
Overall, Serie A has featured a number of talented and successful managers during the 2022/23 season. With a mix of experienced coaches and up-and-coming managers, the league promises to provide exciting matches and storylines for soccer fans around the world.
Find profiles and information about current and all-time Serie A League managers, on the English website of the Serie A League.
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- Fighting for salvation, Atzori: “After Mazzarri’s exoneration, Cagliari is called into question. Now everything is played “
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- Delio Rossi, Salvezza: “They are doing something truly incredible”
- Inter, Gazzetta: “Now Inzaghi can’t be wrong”
- Bewilderment: “When we talk about coaches we only think of the titles and maybe not even the change they have brought”