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    LONDRA - Ora e' ufficiale Luigi De Canio e' il nuovo tecnico del Queens Park Rangers, squadra della Second Division (l'equivalente della serie C1). ''Sono molto contento per questa fantastica opportunita', e' un vero onore - le prime parole del tecnico italiano - Non vedo l'ora di cominciare a lavorare con i giocatori per preparare la gara di sabato contro l'Hull''. De Canio, che ha firmato un contratto pluriennale, e' il primo vero colpo della nuova proprieta', guidata da Flavio Briatore e Bernie Ecclestone.
  2. Quanti Teddy bisogna inventare per tutta la vita ?  
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    Della rosa del Q.P.r fa parte il notissimo centravanti danese ex Brescia e Vicenza.Nygaard:cool:

    After a ten year playing career in the Italian lower leagues, Luigi De Canio started his coaching career in the late nineties with Pisticci, who he guided to Serie D.

    He spent four more seasons with the Club, before joining Serie C outfit Savoia during the 1993/94 campaign.

    De Canio enjoyed a successful start to life at his new Club, leading them to promotion, albeit via the play-off's, in his first season in charge.

    A switch to Serie C1 side Siena followed in 1995/96, with De Canio achieving an eighth place finish in his first season in charge of the Robur.

    Short stints at Carpi and Lucchese followed, before De Canio showed his undoubted managerial credentials at Pescara.

    He led the Club to the brink of promotion to Serie A, which led to interest from a number of top-flight Clubs in the Italian league, including Udinese, who secured his services in 1999/2000.

    De Canio adjusted to life in the top-flight accordingly, guiding the Biaconeri to an eighth place finish and a place in the UEFA Intertoto Cup.

    UEFA Cup football duly followed after a successful Intertoto campaign, but despite an encouraging start to the new season, a dreadful run of form, which culminated with a home defeat to Parma, resulted in his departure in March 2001.

    Napoli swooped to secure his services in 2001/02, but a fifth place finish in Serie B was deemed a failure and De Canio consequently parted company with the Azzurri.

    Serie A Club Reggina was his next port of call, before De Canio replaced the legendary Roberto Donadoni at the helm of Serie B side Genoa.

    Despite staving off the ever-looming threat of relegation with a 16th place finish, De Canio was sacked on the eve of the 2004/05 campaign.

    He spent six months out of the game before re-joining Siena, whom he managed a decade earlier. Fourteenth and seventeenth placed finishes followed, prior to the appointment of Mario Beretta for the start of the 2006/07 season.

    Today, in his 28th season in the professional game, he joins Queens Park Rangers as First Team Coach, succeeding Caretaker Manager Mick Harford.


    http://www.qpr.premiumtv.co.uk/page/NewsDetail/0,,10373~1154280,00.html#continue
    Non consiste forse nel rompere il tuo pane con chi ha fame, nel portare a casa tua i poveri senza tetto, nel vestire chi è nudo, senza trascurare quelli della tua stessa carne?

  Inghilterra, De Canio ha firmato per il Qpr

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