MILAN - Former Italy coach Marcello
Lippi is keen for one last crack at management but has vowed
never to take another job in Serie A.
He led Italy to World Cup glory in 2006 but his side were
dumped out as holders in the group stage in South Africa last
The 62-year-old has not worked since but is itching to get
"I will return if a situation turns up that I like," Lippi,
who reports said held talks over the Ukraine job last year, told
"I want to do another two or three years but not in Italy,
His former side Juventus have long been linked in the media
with Lippi given their recent struggles but one of their most
successful coaches is adamant he will not go back to Turin even
if Luigi Del Neri departs at the end of the season.
"Every time the team have had difficulties in recent years
my name has cropped up. There was contact but a few years ago,"
he said. "I won't return in Italy."
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