Official Alessandro Nesta new coach of Monza

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Official Alessandro Nesta new coach of Monza

Alessandro Nesta at Monza from July 1: this was announced by Adriano Galliani, ad of the Brianza club, at the presentation of the new Monzello sports center, now renamed Silvio and Luigi Berlusconi.

On the very day of the first anniversary of the death of the Monza president, Galliani unveils the plaque bearing the name of the president and his father at the entrance to the sports center. Here is the text of the statement published by the Brianza club on its official website.

“AC Monza announces that as of 1/7/24 Alessandro Nesta will be the new coach of the biancorossa first team, with a one-year contract plus automatic renewal for another season upon reaching certain conditions”.

“Born in Rome on March 19, 1976, he grew up in the youth ranks of Lazio, of which he became captain and flag bearer, winning 1 Scudetto as well as 2 Italian Cups, 2 Italian Super Cups, 1 Cup Winners Cup and 1 European Super Cup”.

“August 31, 2002 marked his historic move to Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani’s Milan, where in ten years he was confirmed as one of the strongest defenders in the world and won ten titles”.

“An incredible cycle of triumphs with 2 Champions League, 2 European Super Cups, 1 World Club Championship, 2 Scudetti, 2 Italian Super Cups and 1 Coppa Italia”.

“In his rich palmares as a footballer there’s also the 2006 World Cup won with Italy, with which he boasts 78 appearances”.

“His coaching career began in’summer 2015 at Miami FC. After two years in the United States, he returned to Italy in May 2018 to coach Perugia in Serie B”.

“In the summer of 2019 he starts with Frosinone, which he takes all the way to the Serie B playoff final”.

“His steady growth takes him to the bench of Reggiana, where in the season just ended he leads the newly promoted Emilians to an excellent 11th place in Serie B”.

“At Monza he found again Adriano Galliani after ten wonderful years at Milan, for his first experience as a coach in Serie A!”

"Welcome Alessandro!”

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