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Former Chelsea star Gianfranco Zola appointed as manager of Cagliari

Gianfranco Zola landed himself a job on Christmas eve.

Former Chelsea star Gianfranco Zola has been appointed manager of Italian Serie A side Cagliari.

Zola, 48, has previously worked as boss of West Ham and Watford, and was also the co-manager of the Italy under-21 side, but takes on his first major job in his homeland to replace the sacked Zdenek Zeman.

Cagliari are Zola's hometown club, with the former striker having ended his career after playing for them for two years between 2003-05.

"Welcome home Gianfranco," read the statement...

By ESPN Staff
5 days ago

Allegri pleased to overcome Cagliari test

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri described facing his old club Cagliari as 'a pleasure', even though he admitted his side had to be at their best to record a 3-1 Serie A victory.

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 By PA Sport

Juventus return to winning ways against Cagliari

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Juventus celebrate taking an early lead through Carlos Tevez.

Juventus moved four points clear at the top of Serie A as they returned to winning ways with a 3-1 victory at Cagliari.

The Turin giants had drawn their last two games to see their lead at the top cut to just a point by second-placed Roma, but they never looked in danger in Sardinia from the moment Carlos Tevez stabbed home the opener after only three minutes.

Arturo Vidal curled home a fine second before the break and Fernando Llorente added a third early in the second half.

Luca Rossettini headed...

By ESPN Staff
7 days ago

Allegri looks for Juve bounce back

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri wants his side to bounce back with a win in Thursday's Serie A game against Cagliari, their final league game of 2014.

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Parma 0-0 Cagliari

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Bottom side Parma halted a four-match losing streak with a goalless draw at home to fellow strugglers Cagliari on Sunday afternoon.

In a game played at a slow tempo, the visitors were the better side but could not find a way past Parma goalkeeper Antonio Mirante, who made three saves to earn his team a valuable point at the Ennio Tardini stadium.

The hosts went into the match eight points adrift of safety and looking for their first victory since November 1. To make matters worse, Parma were also...