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Dunga fancies Fiorentina

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By Richard Hall

Thursday 28 April 2011

Former Brazilian Coach Carlos Dunga has spoken out about his dream to manage Fiorentina. The 47-year old is keen to return to the team where he made 124 appearances from 1988-92.

Speaking to Radio Toscana the Brazilian said: “I have many offers from Europe, but I would love to return to live in Florence, I dream of Florence and want to bring my kids there to continue living in a city where I was very happy.” Dunga spent a lot of time in Italy as a player and played for Pisa and Pescara as well as L’Viola.

The World Cup winners dreams may not be far from coming true as this season Fiorentina have failed to impress and are languishing in mid table. Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic has come under pressure from the fans and is unlikely to be in charge come the start of next season.

Fiorentina are reportedly readying themselves for some wholesale changes in the summer and Adrian Mutu and Sebastien Frey will be put on the market, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport. With rumours of Riccardo Montolivo leaving for Inter and Alberto Gilardino also being a target for many clubs this overhaul of players could signal a new era.

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By Saniya on 28 November 2013 at 23:43

Serie A is the only league you shluod be concerned with. I wouldn't consider Serie B and Serie C professional level. Juventus FC (football club) is based in Turin (Torino)AS Roma and Lazio are the two teams in Rome (Roma)AC Milan and Inter Milan are the two clubs based in Milan (Milano)Fiorentina as mentioned above are based in Florence.Serie A is the Italian league. Just like the MLS is American.English Premier League (EPL) is the English league. La Liga is the Spanish League. Those are the three biggest ones. The UEFA Champions League is the biggest European club tournament for the best Euro clubs from different European leaguesThe World Cup as you know is for the national teams. I think that's what you wanted to know.






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