Serie A's second-bottom club
Novara have sacked coach Emiliano Mondonico after 37 days in
charge and reappointed the man he replaced - Attilio Tesser.
The northern side, who announced the move in a club
statement on Tuesday, won at Inter Milan under Mondonico but
also lost three times and drew twice to lie 12 points adrift of
safety with a quick return to Serie B highly likely.
Italian clubs often recall previously sacked managers to the
hot seat because they remain on the payroll but Tesser's
comeback has been speedy even by Serie A's often bizarre
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