Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo had his coaching qualification accredited by the Italian soccer federation on Wednesday.
Pirlo accomplished his last exams and earned his UEFA Pro coaching badge on Monday.
The qualification, following a year-long course, is required for a coach to steer a group in Serie A or B.
The 41-year-old Pirlo was handed his first coaching job final month when he was put in control of Juventus’ under-23 group, which performs in Serie C. But he had not led a recreation earlier than he was promoted to interchange the fired Maurizio Sarri.
Spezia coach Vincenzo Italiano, Luca Toni and Thiago Motta additionally earned their badges this week.
All the coaches had began the course in September 2019 and needed to attend 240 hours of classes, together with on-line variations that have been organized through the lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
They then needed to take an examination and current their thesis.
The federation revealed that the most effective college students have been Motta, who acquired a mark of 108 out of 110, and Pirlo, who earned a 107.
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