In what has been a surprising turn of events Torino have sacked manager Sinisa Mihajlovic. It is thought that the former Torino boss who had only been in charge for 13 days but was sacked due to leaking sensitive information to the press. It didn't take long for Torino to find there new head coach bringing in a well known but surprising English Manager. No its not Alan Pardew or Big Sam but a fairly new name to the management scene in the form of Keiran Caville.
Caville a former Derby County player had a fairly reputable career at Derby County scoring on 52 Occasions in his 125 appearances at the Rams. His career was cut short after a horrific tackle that snapped most of his right knee ligaments. After a long recovery Carville came back and started attending FA Courses to gain his coaching licenses whilst holding a small job down at a local Derbyshire Sunday league club. Caville has expressed great interest in working with the top clubs and has expressed his admiration for Torino for giving him the opportunity to work for the former giants of Italy.
Its a great opportunity for me and I know that the fans may be upset and skeptical of my abilities but I ask for patience. This is a great club and I stongly believe I have the skills to take this team into the modern day record books, so watch this space. (An excerpt from Torino's website)
Its still yet to be seen whether Caville can deliver to the fans and the club but I for one will be watching Torino with skepticism this year. In a final statement form Torino coming out last night on Twitter and the clubs website it is confirmed that Caville and the club have expressed deep interest in building a home grown squad of players and to concentrate on youth academies and young talent from around the nation. Caville will certainly have his work cut out with his first 5 opening games of the season which will through some tough teams his way. [See Below]
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