New Napoli coach: it's official that Mazzarri is back, because De Laurentiis chose him

New Napoli coach, the live broadcast of the decisive day for the fate of the Azzurri bench waiting now that the dismissal of Rudi Garcia has been made official who in the last few hours – also thanks to the break for the national teams – left the city to return to France.
The defeat at home against Empoli was the classic straw that broke the camel's back, with owner Aurelio De Laurentiis who, after letting off steam immediately after the match in the Diego Armando Maradona locker room, apparently made the decision to sack Rudi Garcia.
The inevitable list of names for the Napoli bench immediately began, with the hottest name initially being that of Igor Tudor who, however, would not accept a contract of just seven months.
The June 2024 deadline instead satisfied Walter Mazzarri, with Napoli who will then try to bring one of Francesco Farioli, Raffaele Palladino and Vincenzo Italiano to Fuorigrotta for next season.
Walter Mazzarri's return was announced in a tweet by Aurelio de Laurentiis, while the club announced Rudi Garcia's dismissal in just a few lines.
Welcome back Walter! — AurelioDeLaurentiis (@ADeLaurentiis) November 14, 2023 All the latest news regarding the new Napoli coach can be followed below in the live broadcast, waiting for Rudi Garcia's dismissal to be made official and the name of the next coach announced.
New Napoli coach, live broadcast 4.30pm Garcia sacked, Mazzarri returns In the end, Napoli announced Rudi Garcia's dismissal: “The Societa Sportiva Calcio Napoli has decided to revoke Mr.
Rudi's role as technical manager of the first team Garcia.
Thanks to him and his staff for their collaboration to date." On Twitter, however, Aurelio De Laurentiis announced the return of Walter Mazzarri.
Welcome back Walter! — AurelioDeLaurentiis (@ADeLaurentiis) November 14, 2023 15:21 Seven months of contract for Mazzarri During the conversation between De Laurentiis and Mazzarri an agreement was reached for a seven-month contract, while Tudor would have asked for an agreement until 2025.
14 :39 The reason for choosing Mazzarri De Laurentiis would have preferred Mazzarri to Tudor because in June he would like to hire a new coach for Napoli, with the hottest names being those of Farioli, Italiano and Palladino.
1.28pm Mazzarri one step away from Napoli More and more confirmations are arriving regarding Walter Mazzarri's return to Napoli, with the signing likely to arrive today after Rudi Garcia's dismissal is made official.
1.03pm Mazzarri increasingly closer to Napoli Walter Mazzarri would be one step away from returning to Napoli: in the last few hours, in fact, the Tuscan coach would have overtaken Igor Tudor in the race for the Azzurri bench.
12.04 Why so many coaching changes in the last few hours Not only Naples and perhaps also Verona, in the last few hours in Serie B the benches of Como, Spezia and Ascoli have disappeared: the break for the national teams pushes the presidents to change so as to allow the new coach to have about ten days to get to know the team better before returning to the pitch.
11.37 Garcia's wait Rudi Garcia in these hours would be in Cannes together with his family, waiting for a phone call to arrive from Naples to formalize his dismissal which has been taken for granted for hours.
11.25am Tudor or Mazzarri for Napoli De Laurentiis will shortly make his decision: both Tudor and Mazzarri would have accepted the conditions posed by the president, who would now be making assessments on a tactical level.
11.01 Mazzarri returns to the track According to what was reported by Sky Sport, Walter Mazzarri would have no problem accepting a contract of just six months, a factor that would have made him rise in Aurelio De Laurentiis's approval hierarchy.
10.24 Tudor would have accepted Napoli's conditions The negotiation between Napoli and Igor Tudor has come to a head: the coach seems to have accepted a contract until the end of this season – the initial request from his entourage was until June 2025 – but the decisive white smoke has not yet arrived.
10.04 Waiting for Rudi Garcia's dismissal Rudi Garcia is technically still the coach of Napoli but, this time, his dismissal appears to be a foregone conclusion: the coach returned to France yesterday also thanks to the break for the national teams , but the end of his adventure in blue seems to be imminent.
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