Siena have appointed Andrea Mandorlini as coach after Mario Beretta left by mutual consent last week.
"Siena’s technical staff for next season will be formed by general director Roberto Zanzi, sporting director Manuel Gerolin, team manager Sandro Federico and coach Andrea Mandorlini," announced the club. "Siena welcome the new staff and wish them good luck for the future, certain that they will contribute to Robur’s glorious history by working with cohesion and competence."
The 46-year-old Mandorlini had been without a club after leaving Serie C1 side Padova this season.
The former Inter defender had previously coached Atalanta in Serie A after leading the Bergamo side to promotion in 2003/04. Mandorlini has also coached Spezia, Vicenza and Bologna.
Siena avoided relegation by a point with a dramatic last-minute goal giving them a 2-1 home win against Lazio on the final day of the Serie A season.
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