Siena coach Giuseppe Sannino is poised to
take over at Palermo even though the 16th-placed Sicilians
finished two spots lower than the modest Tuscans last term.
"I'm so happy, I can't wait to start," Sannino told
reporters on Monday after Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini
announced the 55-year-old would replace Bortolo Mutti.
No contract has yet been signed by Zamparini and his new
Palermo, who have a sizeable fan base, flirted with
relegation last season.
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