Maurizio Sarri

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Maurizio Sarri
Personal information
Full name Maurizio Sarri
Date of birth (1959-01-09) 9 January 1959 (age 55)
Place of birth Naples, Italy
Club information
Current club Empoli
Teams managed
Years Team
1990–1991 Stia
1991–1993 Faellese
1993–1996 Cavriglia
1996–1998 Antella
1998–1999 Valdema
1999–2000 Tegoleto
2000–2003 Sansovino
2003–2005 Sangiovannese
2005–2006 Pescara
2006–2007 Arezzo
2007 Avellino
2008 Verona
2008–2009 Perugia
2010 Grosseto
2010–2011 Alessandria
2011–2011 Sorrento
2012– Empoli

Maurizio Sarri (born 9 January 1959)is an Italian professional football manager, who is currently coach of Empoli.

Career

Early career: The Tuscany years

Sarri managed a series of minor clubs in Tuscany for more than a decade, and obtained a number of successes at the grassroots level of football.1 In 2000 he signed for Sansovino, who he led over the course of three years, from regional championships to Serie C2.2

His successes with Sansovino won him attention from more important teams: in 2004 he gained promotion in Serie C1 with Sangiovannese.

From Pescara to Sorrento

In 2005 he worked for the first time in Serie B, signing for Pescara.

In the last years signed for several Serie B and Serie C1 clubs. In 2010 he served as head coach of Alessandria in Lega Pro Prima Divisione.3

In July 2011 he was appointed at the helm of Sorrento, another Lega Pro Prima Divisione club.4 He managed the club through the first months of the season until 14 December 2011 when he was sacked. Although no official reason was given, he left the club lying in 4th place and thus underperforming when compared with the previous season.5

In the season 2012-13 he is the new head coach of Empoli in Serie B.

References

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  4. ^ "UFFICIALE: Sorrento, mister Sarri firma un biennale" (in Italian). TuttoMercatoWeb. 6 July 2011. Retrieved 6 July 2011. 
  5. ^ "Maurizio Sarri non e' piu' l'allenatore del Sorrento" (in Italian). Sorrento Calcio. 13 December 2011. Retrieved 2012-01-01. 







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