Verona (APA / dpa) – He has been in office for only one month now – the former Italian football team's boss Gian Piero Ventura has quit his job as Serie A's legendary Chievo Verona coach. The 70-year-old contract was terminated, the club said on Tuesday. There were only one points in the four games for Ventura.
Following on Sunday, after the Ventura competition against the Bologna, the team had announced that it had resigned. The successor was Domenico Di Carlo, who had previously trained the club twice.
Chievo Verona is particularly bad in this league as the club was punished for accounting fraud with the National Association of Sports Courts, with three points deducted. Now the club has a bottom of the table with zero points. Under the Ventura, the Italian national team was first skipped in a game against Sweden last 60 years, which was a World Cup qualification last year.