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Gianni di Marzio 08:54 - May 3 with 2734 viewsTheChef

Anybody remember this guy?

Apparently he was at the club from 2011 to 2016 as a transfer market consultant / scout but I have no recollection of his name!

Just came across him on an Italian football video where he briefly mentions us winning the Championship.

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Gianni di Marzio on 09:02 - May 3 with 2695 viewsNorthernr

Part of the weird and wonderful cast of characters that hung around the club in Paladini's days, entirely out of the goodness of their hearts and for no personal gain whatsoever of course. He's in the background on The Four Year Plan a lot, hair looks like he's had quite a serious electric shock.
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Gianni di Marzio on 09:13 - May 3 with 2637 viewsTheChef

Gianni di Marzio on 09:02 - May 3 by Northernr

Part of the weird and wonderful cast of characters that hung around the club in Paladini's days, entirely out of the goodness of their hearts and for no personal gain whatsoever of course. He's in the background on The Four Year Plan a lot, hair looks like he's had quite a serious electric shock.


Cheers! Yes I assumed he was a Paladini pal.

One of those classic Italian football characters who manages a different club every season

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gianni_Di_Marzio

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Gianni di Marzio on 09:20 - May 3 with 2597 viewsNorthernr

Gianni di Marzio on 09:13 - May 3 by TheChef

Cheers! Yes I assumed he was a Paladini pal.

One of those classic Italian football characters who manages a different club every season

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gianni_Di_Marzio


I swear to God there must be 1,000 retired Italian men who have a CV that looks exactly like this. Only surprise is Siena aren't on there. The same clubs crop up over and over again. If you find an Italian man who hasn't managed at least one of Lecce, Genoa, Palermo and Catania you get a special medal from the government.

1972—1973 Juve Stabia
1973—1974 Brindisi
1974—1977 Catanzaro
1977—1979 Napoli
1979—1980 Genoa
1980—1982 Lecce
1982—1983 Catania
1984—1985 Padova
1987—1988 Cosenza
1988—1989 Catanzaro
1989—1990 Cosenza
1991—1992 Palermo


Luigi De Canio's is pretty classic...

1988—1993 Pisticci
1993—1995 Savoia
1995—1996 Siena
1996—1997 Carpi
1997—1998 Lucchese
1998—1999 Pescara
1999—2001 Udinese
2001—2002 Napoli
2002—2003 Reggina
2003—2004 Genoa
2005—2006 Siena
2007—2008 Queens Park Rangers
2009—2011 Lecce
2012 Genoa
2013—2014 Catania
2016 Udinese
2018—2019 Ternana

Francesco Guidolin, who we wanted instead of De Canio, some good staples here...

1988—1989 Giorgione
1989—1990 Treviso
1990—1991 Fano
1991—1992 Empoli
1992—1993 Ravenna
1993 Atalanta
1994—1998 Vicenza
1998—1999 Udinese
1999—2003 Bologna
2004—2005 Palermo
2005 Genoa
2005—2006 Monaco
2006—2007 Palermo
2007 Palermo
2007—2008 Palermo
2008—2010 Parma
2010—2014 Udinese
2016 Swansea City


Osvaldo Jaconi, come on mate we've all had a drink...

1982-1984 Civitanovese
1984-1986 Fano
1986-1987 Rimini
1987-1988 Catania
1988-1989 Rimini
1989 Rimini
1989-1990 Lecco
1990-1993 Leonzio
1993-1998 Castel di Sangro
1998-2000 Savoia
2000-2002 Livorno
2002 Catania
2002-2003 Lucchese
2003-2004 Ravenna
2004-2005 Novara
2005-2007 Ivrea
2007-2008 Andria BAT
2008-2010 Civitanovese
2010-2012 Bassano Virtus
2012-2013 Montegranaro
2013-2014 Civitanovese
2014-2016 Fermana
2023- Sangiorgese
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Gianni di Marzio on 09:51 - May 3 with 2492 viewsRanger_1969

Gianni di Marzio on 09:20 - May 3 by Northernr

I swear to God there must be 1,000 retired Italian men who have a CV that looks exactly like this. Only surprise is Siena aren't on there. The same clubs crop up over and over again. If you find an Italian man who hasn't managed at least one of Lecce, Genoa, Palermo and Catania you get a special medal from the government.

1972—1973 Juve Stabia
1973—1974 Brindisi
1974—1977 Catanzaro
1977—1979 Napoli
1979—1980 Genoa
1980—1982 Lecce
1982—1983 Catania
1984—1985 Padova
1987—1988 Cosenza
1988—1989 Catanzaro
1989—1990 Cosenza
1991—1992 Palermo


Luigi De Canio's is pretty classic...

1988—1993 Pisticci
1993—1995 Savoia
1995—1996 Siena
1996—1997 Carpi
1997—1998 Lucchese
1998—1999 Pescara
1999—2001 Udinese
2001—2002 Napoli
2002—2003 Reggina
2003—2004 Genoa
2005—2006 Siena
2007—2008 Queens Park Rangers
2009—2011 Lecce
2012 Genoa
2013—2014 Catania
2016 Udinese
2018—2019 Ternana

Francesco Guidolin, who we wanted instead of De Canio, some good staples here...

1988—1989 Giorgione
1989—1990 Treviso
1990—1991 Fano
1991—1992 Empoli
1992—1993 Ravenna
1993 Atalanta
1994—1998 Vicenza
1998—1999 Udinese
1999—2003 Bologna
2004—2005 Palermo
2005 Genoa
2005—2006 Monaco
2006—2007 Palermo
2007 Palermo
2007—2008 Palermo
2008—2010 Parma
2010—2014 Udinese
2016 Swansea City


Osvaldo Jaconi, come on mate we've all had a drink...

1982-1984 Civitanovese
1984-1986 Fano
1986-1987 Rimini
1987-1988 Catania
1988-1989 Rimini
1989 Rimini
1989-1990 Lecco
1990-1993 Leonzio
1993-1998 Castel di Sangro
1998-2000 Savoia
2000-2002 Livorno
2002 Catania
2002-2003 Lucchese
2003-2004 Ravenna
2004-2005 Novara
2005-2007 Ivrea
2007-2008 Andria BAT
2008-2010 Civitanovese
2010-2012 Bassano Virtus
2012-2013 Montegranaro
2013-2014 Civitanovese
2014-2016 Fermana
2023- Sangiorgese


Mention of Jaconi reminds of the best football book I've ever read - 'The Miracle of Castel Di Sangro'. If you've not read it, I thoroughly recommend it.

If you thought QPR was mad......
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Gianni di Marzio on 09:54 - May 3 with 2465 viewsBrianMcCarthy

Gianni di Marzio on 09:51 - May 3 by Ranger_1969

Mention of Jaconi reminds of the best football book I've ever read - 'The Miracle of Castel Di Sangro'. If you've not read it, I thoroughly recommend it.

If you thought QPR was mad......


Superb book!

"The opposite of love, after all, is not hate, but indifference."
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Gianni di Marzio on 09:56 - May 3 with 2437 viewsNorthernr

Gianni di Marzio on 09:51 - May 3 by Ranger_1969

Mention of Jaconi reminds of the best football book I've ever read - 'The Miracle of Castel Di Sangro'. If you've not read it, I thoroughly recommend it.

If you thought QPR was mad......


One of the best football books ever written.

A Season With Verona also.
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Gianni di Marzio on 10:45 - May 3 with 2321 viewsAntti_Heinola

Gianni di Marzio on 09:54 - May 3 by BrianMcCarthy

Superb book!


I still say every time we lose: 'The season is long and hard.'


Still makes me laugh that the author, who barely knew anything about football before he started the book, was lecturing the manager half the time about who he should pick.

Bare bones.

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Gianni di Marzio on 11:32 - May 3 with 2230 viewsTheChef

Gianni di Marzio on 10:45 - May 3 by Antti_Heinola

I still say every time we lose: 'The season is long and hard.'


Still makes me laugh that the author, who barely knew anything about football before he started the book, was lecturing the manager half the time about who he should pick.


Thought I read somewhere that that book was not entirely true to life, some artistic licence was involved?

But anyway, still a great read.

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Gianni di Marzio on 15:22 - May 3 with 1935 viewspaulhoop2

I never got why there were so many paladini lovers out there? He ruined the club internally.

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Gianni di Marzio on 15:34 - May 3 with 1905 viewsTomS

Gianni di Marzio on 15:22 - May 3 by paulhoop2

I never got why there were so many paladini lovers out there? He ruined the club internally.


Just cast the baited hook out there and see what bites........
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Gianni di Marzio on 00:00 - May 4 with 1634 viewslave16

I always wondered why Luigi de Canio never got another run out for us, anyone who managerial career includes us and Pisticci is in a pretty elite group.

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