Siena have named former Lecce coach
Serse Cosmi as their new manager following Giuseppe Sannino's
departure to Palermo, the Serie A club said in a statement on
The famously flat-capped Cosmi, also a former Palermo boss
among his many coaching jobs, failed to keep Lecce in the top
flight last term but has been entrusted with doing better at a
Tuscan side who excelled by finishing 14th.
Siena were fined 50,000 euros by the Italian
football federation this month for their involvement in
match-fixing and illegal betting while in the second division
two years ago.
Cosmi's first task will be trying to cling on to striker
Mattia Destro, with some of Serie A's top clubs inquiring about
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