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Mihajlović to succeed Prandelli

Published: Thursday 3 June 2010, 22.27CET
ACF Fiorentina have announced that Siniša Mihajlović will succeed Cesare Prandelli, who will take over Italy after the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. The 41-year-old Mihajlović, formerly a player in Serie A with AS Roma, UC Sampdoria, S.S. Lazio and FC Internazionale Milano, has coached Bologna FC and Calcio Catania in the last two campaigns. Meanwhile, Udinese Calcio have reached an agreement with the Viola for the transfer of midfielder Gaetano D'Agostino to Tuscany. The 28-year-old has played over 100 league games for Udinese.

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Published: Thursday 3 June 2010, 22.27CET

Mihajlović to succeed Prandelli

ACF Fiorentina have announced that Siniša Mihajlović will succeed Cesare Prandelli, who will take over Italy after the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. The 41-year-old Mihajlović, formerly a player in Serie A with AS Roma, UC Sampdoria, S.S. Lazio and FC Internazionale Milano, has coached Bologna FC and Calcio Catania in the last two campaigns. Meanwhile, Udinese Calcio have reached an agreement with the Viola for the transfer of midfielder Gaetano D'Agostino to Tuscany. The 28-year-old has played over 100 league games for Udinese.
Last updated: 03/06/10 23.42CET

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