MILAN - Former Argentina midfielder Diego
Simeone has left as coach of Serie A side Catania by mutual
consent after just four and a half months in the job.
Simeone kept the Sicilian side up in style and a club
statement said he had achieved "brilliant results" but he has
departed with his staff because of "international ambitions".
Modest Catania suffered a similar blow at the end of last
season when coach Sinisa Mihajlovic quit for Fiorentina.
Simeone, who coached with varied success in Argentina, has
not revealed his next destination but is the latest in a line of
Serie A managers to leave their clubs despite having managed
impressive results last term.
Tony Pulis is set to leave Premier League side Stoke City
Manchester City and the New York Yankees have formed a new Major League Soccer team
Real Madrid president under scrutiny after latest coaching project ends in disarray
Real Madrid and Jose Mourinho will part company at the end of the current season
Ten years on, the legends speak to FFT
Your questions answered by an A to Z of legends
He's here, he's there, he's...
The cost of Premier League away travel
Nike CR7 IX for you
FourFourTwo is brought to you by Haymarket Consumer Media & FourFourTwo is part of Haymarket Sport
| International Licensing | © Haymarket Media Group 2010