ISL franchise Chennaiyin FC have parted ways with their World Cup-winning Italian coach Marco Materazzi. Materazzi, who was the head coach of Chennaiyin FC in the first three seasons of the Hero Indian Super League, left by mutual consent. He was player-manager in the first season, making seven appearances as a player, with Chennaiyin finishing top of the league standings before narrowly losing in the semi-finals against Kerala Blasters. Materazzi guided Chennaiyin to the title in the second ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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Chennai, March 6: Indian Super League franchise Chennaiyin FC have officially parted ways with their Italian manager Marco Materazzi on a mutual consent. All leagues special site The former World Cup-winning footballer who was in charge of the Chennai-based ...One India, 3 weeks ago
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