Serie A's bottom club Cesena appointed
Daniele Arrigoni, a native of the city, as their new coach on
Tuesday following Marco Giampaolo's sacking.
"To coach Cesena is a great dream for me," Arrigoni said in
a statement from the north east club.
Arrigoni, who last managed in the Italian top flight in 2008
with Bologna, takes over with the club two points adrift at the
bottom with three points from nine games having done well to
stay up in their first season back in the top flight last term.
Giampaolo was sacked after the Sea Horses were beaten 2-0 at
Parma on Sunday.
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