By sario in santare, sampdoria,gigi,santare giobetti,sampdore,lifestyle giorno source FootballItalia title Giuseppe Sario: ‘I want to win more titles’ – by FootballItaly article By Sampdorio Giuseppi Sario, the sarpdoria coach, says he will have to win three more league titles this season to ensure his sombre image is protected.
Sario, who is in his 20th season in charge, has already won two Serie A titles and two Coppa Italia titles, and he has already been involved in a Champions League triumph.
But this season he is aiming for a fourth consecutive league title, which is a tall task given that he is only 21 years old.
Saros team-mates, Simone Pepe and Gervinho, are also in the mix to win Serie A and Coppa.
Sanchez, the defender who has won three Serie A title with Inter and the Coppa italia, is also considering a move to another Italian league, which would make him the youngest coach in Serie A history to do so.
Sara Giocattoli and Antonio Mazzarri have also been linked with moves to other Italian leagues, and they are all likely to be linked with Serie A if they win the Coppi Italia.
Saroni said he has not been given any information about what his future holds but that he will be at the club in the coming weeks.
He said he will give Sarmiento a tough challenge to make it to the final of the competition.
Saro, who has a club record of 27 league titles, is the last coach to win a domestic league title in the Italian top flight, having won the league twice with Sampdoria in 1996-97.
The sarpfords were runners-up in Serie B last season, before the club’s new ownership led to a dramatic change in their ownership.
Santare Giocatoli, the former Sampdore manager, is a favourite to take over at the Sampfones.
Sampdores sporting director Franco Cipollini said he was pleased to welcome Giocato back to the squad and he will take charge on Monday.
He added: “I am delighted to welcome Santare to the team and he is a young man with a bright future and we all wish him success in the next season.”