The latest edition of the UEFA Pro course will start on October 3. And several well-known faces of Italian football have joined the group to complete the highest level of training for coaches.
As reported by Sky Sport Italia, several former Italian professionals, including former Juventus striker Alessandro Del Piero and Roma midfielder Daniele De Rossi, have enlisted their names for the upcoming UEFA Pro course, which is set to be held in Coverciano.
The members of the Pro course were officialized on Tuesday, with a group of 21 candidates consisting of four 2006 World Cup champions, several members of the current technical department in Roberto Mancini’s national team, one Serie A coach, and former Italian players.
Here is the list of candidates who will take part in the UEFA Pro course this year:
Alessandro Del Piero, Daniele De Rossi, Andrea Barzagli, Marco Amelia, Raffaele Palladino (current coach of Serie A club Monza), Antonio Nocerino, Alberto Aquilani, Francesco Farioli, Matteo Paro, Daniele Gastaldello, Abdoulay Konko, Gennaro Volpe, Emilio De Leo, Daniele Di Donato, Felice Tufano, Manuel Iori, Vincent Cavin, Andrea Sussi, Simone Contran, and Filippo Lorenzon.