Guidolin extends Udinese contract

Udinese Coach Francesco Guidolin has extended his contract with the Club, as reported by udinese.it. The tactician was appointed in the summer and has lengthened his current deal, set to run out in 2012, by three years to June, 2015.
“Udinese F.C. express their satisfaction in the continuation of the relation with their Coach who has always proved his professionalism and an unique affection to Udinese and Friuli. Udinese wish Guidolin and his staff all the best for his work, as well as a satisfactory future full of results,” stated the Club’s official website.
The reward comes after a fine season for the Friuli outfit, who are sitting in fourth place. Should Guidolin be able to steer his side into Europe’s premier club competition it would be the Bianconeri’s second outing in that competition, after their debut in 2005-06.
Guidolin, in his second stint with the Zebrette, was thought to be close to the sack when the team lost its first four matches of the season, but President Giampaolo Pozzo stuck by the Coach and they have since lost only three times. The Venetian recently rejected talk of a move to Juventus, noting he is happy in Udine.

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