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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old June 1st, 2007, 17:38 Thread Starter
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De Biasi Out - Who's Next?

It appears that De Biasi has rescinded his contract after meeting with Cairo.

http://www.channel4.com/sport/footba...lia/jun1l.html
http://www.toronews.net/view.php?table=article&ID=5393
http://www.tuttotoro.eu/articolo.php...&cat=1&scat=28

Cairo: "De Biasi will not be the Granata technician for the next season"
http://www.lastampa.it/sport/cmsSezi...8566girata.asp


Channel 4 says an announcement that Novellino is the new coach is only "hours away."
http://www.channel4.com/sport/footba...lia/jun1i.html

LaStampa: Regarding Novellino, Cairo says, "I still have not chosen anybody, I will only make the decision next week."
http://www.lastampa.it/sport/cmsSezi...8566girata.asp

Better now than in August.

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I'm glad that De Baisi is out. He led us from Serie B, but had no ideas, no game plan really, he wasn't tactical enough for Serie A, which is really what we need in a coach. Novellino would be fine with me now. Maybe he'll actually play two strikers! Fancy that! What would really be great is if we made a surprise move for Ranieri, but that won't happen I'm guessing.

What I'm really glad about is that Cairo is getting this done in early June and not three months from now.

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Amen! Very pleased to see action so swift!

What to make of the Ranieri interest by the squad that cannot be mentioned?

http://www.channel4.com/sport/footba...lia/jun1e.html

Can that be serious? Do they really want to go from Cappello to Dechamps to Ranieri?

Hard to understand that group.
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Meh. They have alot of names being thrown around. Ranieri, Lippi, etc. Nothing much to make of it. Maybe they are waiting to see if they can get Capello back.

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GDB is a little unlucky......imo
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Oh dear.

Torino to try for Donadoni?

"There are whispers in Turin that Donadoni, who has been unemployed since Italy's failure at Euro 2008, is in line to take over from De Biasi if things don't improve soon."

Is it already THAT time again???

I haven't been able to see a match this season. What are the sources of our troubles? Is GDB to blame?
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I think we should give GDB a bit more time. Draws against Reggina and Chievo are something to be worried about if we are to advance, but the three losses we have faced were certainly expected, if unwelcome. GDB is somewhat to blame in the Lazio game, he made some bad substitutions, but we also got messed about by the ref. Against Inter we played well but I didn't see the Udinese match. Against Reggina we played poorly though. We have a home game against Cagliari after the break. If we can't get anything out of that (plus the derby the week after), then GDB is through in my book.

Donadoni would be a suitable choice IMO. He did well with Livorno and although he struggled with Italy, he gained great amounts of experience in that position and would be a good choice to lead the side.

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I think we should give GDB a bit more time. Draws against Reggina and Chievo are something to be worried about if we are to advance, but the three losses we have faced were certainly expected, if unwelcome. GDB is somewhat to blame in the Lazio game, he made some bad substitutions, but we also got messed about by the ref. Against Inter we played well but I didn't see the Udinese match. Against Reggina we played poorly though. We have a home game against Cagliari after the break. If we can't get anything out of that (plus the derby the week after), then GDB is through in my book.

Donadoni would be a suitable choice IMO. He did well with Livorno and although he struggled with Italy, he gained great amounts of experience in that position and would be a good choice to lead the side.
I agree it...
We need more patiance for GDB. We have 3 importatnt game.. cagliari, juve and atalanta. If we make 7 or 9 point we will be happy and we will plan with GDB...
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i can' stand it anymore! out GDB!
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That's it! GDB OUT!

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Novellino no al Torino, sì alla Premier League “Torino? Ho un altro anno di contratto, è vero, ma sto studiando l’inglese e devo dire anche di essere molto avanti… C’è qualcosa, ora vediamo ma un’esperienza all’estero mi piacerebbe molto'
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novellino say no to toro
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Good. We know where that would go especially as we've already alienated Rosina enough this year...

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i would prefer to see camolese
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I honestly can't see Camolese being that much of an improvement over Novellino or De Biasi. Donadoni anyone? It was talked about before...

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as toronews reported, cosmi was witnessed
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Nessun rappresentante del Torino FC si è ancora presentato in mix-zone, restiamo in attesa e vi aggiorneremo quanto prima. A margine, ci riferiscono della presenza di Serse Cosmi in tribuna, cui il presidente Cairo avrebbe fatto da padrone di casa. A scanso di equivoci e di qualsivoglia interpretazione, vogliamo però aggiungere che per le vigenti regole l'ex-allenatore del Brescia per questa stagione non potrà più allenare né in Serie B né in Serie A.
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GDB given an ultimatum to win the Derby or else.

http://www.channel4.com/sport/footba...ia/oct22h.html

This strikes me as just foolish. If you want to sack him, then sack him. But winning the Derby is hardly realistic right now.

In more important news, the above linked story shows that Donadoni is still in the hunt. He HAS to be the #1 pick. But would he come to us???

NO TO NOVELLINO!!! Cairo is starting to sound too much like Zamparini.
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GDB given an ultimatum to win the Derby or else.

http://www.channel4.com/sport/footba...ia/oct22h.html

This strikes me as just foolish. If you want to sack him, then sack him. But winning the Derby is hardly realistic right now.

In more important news, the above linked story shows that Donadoni is still in the hunt. He HAS to be the #1 pick. But would he come to us???

NO TO NOVELLINO!!! Cairo is starting to sound too much like Zamparini.
i don't think donadoni is better than novellino or camolese.
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In that article holofernes posted Billy Costacurta is also mentioned. Inexperienced at managing, but look at where all these "experienced" managers have gotten us. As for Donadoni, I think he can be better than Novellino or Camolese, he did some good things with Livorno and has definitel learnt alot in his time as Italy manager even if he wasn't that great. Sure Novellino did some good things with Samp too, but they are a bigger club than Livorno. And Camolese is well-liked by Toro fans I believe but just average.

Cosmi would be an interesting signing to the bench, I would perhaps like that.

Regardless, it is a matter of time before GDB is sacked I believe.

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