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Sports Italy legend Pirlo starts coaching career

12:50  30 june  2020
12:50  30 june  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Italy legend Andrea Pirlo on Monday called time on an illustrious career during which he won the 2006 World Cup, two Champions League titles and six Serie A trophies. The 38-year-old former Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan midfielder made a late appearance for his club New York City against

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Andrea Pirlo kehrt als Nachwuchs-Coach zu Juventus zurück © Imago Andrea Pirlo returns to Juventus as a youth coach

Andrea Pirlo starts his career after his career as a player.

The 41-year-old takes over the U23 team from record champions Juventus Turin, who play in the 3rd division. The 116-time international was under contract with the Bianconeri between 2011 and 2015.

Roberto Baronio will act as his assistant. Juve wants to gradually introduce him to the coaching job. After his career at MLS Club New York City and the subsequent trainer license, it is Pirlos first job as a coach. Juves U23 had recently won the national cup competition for third division clubs.

As a game designer, the 116-time Italian international led the Juve team to the field in 119 league games between 2011 and 2015. With the Northern Italians, he was four times champion and once cup winner.

The world champion of 2006 had also been voted Italy's Footballer of the Year three times in a row between 2012 and 2014.

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