MILAN - Chievo appointed Stefano Pioli as
coach on Thursday after being impressed by his feat in leading
unfashionable Sassuolo to fourth in the Italian second tier last
"Pioli will manage Chievo for the 2010/11 season," the Serie
A club said in a statement.
The Verona side, who finished mid-table last term, were
looking for a coach after Domenico Di Carlo left for Champions
League qualifiers Sampdoria.
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