Andrea Pirlo appointed head coach of Juventus Under-23s

    The World Cup winner invested 4 years at the club as a player.

    Andrea Pirlo has went back to Juventus to start his career as a coach, taking charge of the club’s Under-23 side.

    Pirlo invested 4 years with the Old woman as a player, winning 4 straight Serie A titles as well as the Coppa Italia prior to leaving in 2015 to sign up with New york city City FC.

    The 41- year-old retired after the 2017 Big league Soccer season and started taking his coaching badges at the Italian Football Federation’s Coverciano head office in 2015.

    The 2006 World Cup winner will now start his coaching career in familiar environments, taking charge of the Juventus Under-23 squad, which was established in 2018 and won the Coppa Italia Serie C last season.

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