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    Picture this, you work at a bank. Suddenly, a 40 year old co-worker decides to quit his job and go on a journey to become a great football coach. Surely, you’d think he is crazy. Today, that Crazy man Maurizio Sarri is officially the Manager of Juventus. -
Starting off at a local team Stia in the 8th Division of Italian football in 1990, Sarri began his coaching career which was all about “Staying Patient.” His early days of coaching were hampered by his daytime bank job, a routine which went on till 1999 when He quit his job to transition into Coaching, Permanently. The decision although risky, was irreversible for him.
Stuck in the lower tiers for 5 years, Sarri got his first Seria B job with Pescara in 2005. After shuffling around Italy, he finally made his break with Empoli in 2014 where he won promotion to the Highest Division, Seria A. 
A year on, He finally made his break. Napoli came calling, and this is where the famous Sarri ball, would begin to take the football world by storm. -
Sarri ball is a philosophy where each player is positioned in tactical triangles, where the player holding the ball makes a fast pass through each triangle which is transitioned to the final third where the striker finishes a lightning quick attack.
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With Napoli, Sarri made a statement of intent, finishing 2nd, 3rd and 2nd in his three season spell. With that, he finally moved out Italy for the first time, to manage Chelsea.
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Chelsea was a bittersweet experience for the 60 year old, plagued by inconsistency and unable to create a plan B for his team. Sarri Ball needed more time. -
Sarri’s long career came with no rewards, but it was only a matter of time. The Europa League with Chelsea was his first ever trophy. Finishing 3rd in the league and runners up in the cup. He didn’t feel wanted and missed home.

So on June 16th 2019, he joined Juventus, Italy’s best club in history.
He finally reached Italian football’s peak, with Juve needing a move on from their defensive philosophy, “Sarri Ball”, could finally conquer Europe.

Benevenuto Maurizio Sarri ⚪️⚫️
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Story by: @_offthecrossbar

    Picture this, you work at a bank. Suddenly, a 40 year old co-worker decides to quit his job and go on a journey to become a great football coach. Surely, you’d think he is crazy. Today, that Crazy man Maurizio Sarri is officially the Manager of Juventus. -
    Starting off at a local team Stia in the 8th Division of Italian football in 1990, Sarri began his coaching career which was all about “Staying Patient.” His early days of coaching were hampered by his daytime bank job, a routine which went on till 1999 when He quit his job to transition into Coaching, Permanently. The decision although risky, was irreversible for him.
    Stuck in the lower tiers for 5 years, Sarri got his first Seria B job with Pescara in 2005. After shuffling around Italy, he finally made his break with Empoli in 2014 where he won promotion to the Highest Division, Seria A.
    A year on, He finally made his break. Napoli came calling, and this is where the famous Sarri ball, would begin to take the football world by storm. -
    Sarri ball is a philosophy where each player is positioned in tactical triangles, where the player holding the ball makes a fast pass through each triangle which is transitioned to the final third where the striker finishes a lightning quick attack.
    -
    With Napoli, Sarri made a statement of intent, finishing 2nd, 3rd and 2nd in his three season spell. With that, he finally moved out Italy for the first time, to manage Chelsea.
    -
    Chelsea was a bittersweet experience for the 60 year old, plagued by inconsistency and unable to create a plan B for his team. Sarri Ball needed more time. -
    Sarri’s long career came with no rewards, but it was only a matter of time. The Europa League with Chelsea was his first ever trophy. Finishing 3rd in the league and runners up in the cup. He didn’t feel wanted and missed home.

    So on June 16th 2019, he joined Juventus, Italy’s best club in history.
    He finally reached Italian football’s peak, with Juve needing a move on from their defensive philosophy, “Sarri Ball”, could finally conquer Europe.

    Benevenuto Maurizio Sarri ⚪️⚫️
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    Story by: @_offthecrossbar

    691 16 4 hours ago
    Tag a friend you’d want to live in this tower with✨
📸: @filippo_cesarini

    Tag a friend you’d want to live in this tower with✨
    📸: @filippo_cesarini

    1,388 20 2 hours ago

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    “Non ho tradito Napoli e i napoletani: sono un professionista e ho accettato la migliore offerta possibile per la mia carriera”
Sarri si presenta così alla Juventus: mettendo ben in chiaro che il passato esiste e non deve essere dimenticato.
Mi trovo perfettamente d’accordo con questa linea di pensiero, adottata nella prima conferenza stampa bianconera.
L’ex Chelsea ha toccato anche altri temi molto interessanti legati alla rosa, al calciomercato e agli obiettivi stagionali.
Ho speso due parole a proposito su YouTube: link in bio o nelle stories 🚬 #WelcomeSarri #LucaToselli #FinoAllaFine #ForzaJuve #Juve #Juventus #Sarri #Calcio #SerieA #Calciomercato #ChampionsLeague

    “Non ho tradito Napoli e i napoletani: sono un professionista e ho accettato la migliore offerta possibile per la mia carriera”
    Sarri si presenta così alla Juventus: mettendo ben in chiaro che il passato esiste e non deve essere dimenticato.
    Mi trovo perfettamente d’accordo con questa linea di pensiero, adottata nella prima conferenza stampa bianconera.
    L’ex Chelsea ha toccato anche altri temi molto interessanti legati alla rosa, al calciomercato e agli obiettivi stagionali.
    Ho speso due parole a proposito su YouTube: link in bio o nelle stories 🚬 #WelcomeSarri #LucaToselli #FinoAllaFine #ForzaJuve #Juve #Juventus #Sarri #Calcio #SerieA #Calciomercato #ChampionsLeague

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