Daniele De Rossi runs for office: ‘I already have the staff’

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“Should an opportunity come, I already have the staff ready.”

The Serie A championship, which resumed after the break for national teams, has seen some teams emerge at least momentarily from difficulties, such as Juventus, and others confirm instead the negative trend in place since the beginning of the season. Among them was Sampdoria, which ran into its sixth defeat in eight league games. The latest home rout against Monza cost Marco Giampaolo dearly, who was exonerated by the Blucerchiata ownership.

Among the papable names to replace the former Milan coach are Claudio Ranieri and Roberto D’Aversa, two profiles already seen in the parts of Bogliasco. But there is also a new name, a fascinating track that would go to replenish, after the Cannavaro-Benevento union, the lineup of 2006 world champions at the helm of a professional team of our soccer. We are talking about Daniele De Rossi, already on Roberto Mancini’s national team staff, who has done nothing to hide his desire to finally begin his career as a coach.

“When will I start coaching? I don’t know, sometimes it seems like little is missing, something then fades away. I’m doing well in the national team but if an opportunity comes I already have the staff ready. Only one small detail is missing, the team, but it will come,” the Roman told the ‘Tonight There’s Cattelan’ program.

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