It’s not the first time Gianni Infantino has made a big name for himself.
He also made a name for himself in Italy’s Serie A, with a successful side which he managed in the 1990s and early 2000s.
However, it was the 2006/07 season that he first made a real impact on Italian football, as he guided a side who finished in the top half of the table.
They won the Serie A title, finished second in the league and advanced to the Champions League group stages.
Infantino took over from former coach Carlo Ancelotti, who was sacked in 2010.
Now, it’s time to see if he can repeat that success.
His team, which finished runners-up in Serie A and Champions League, will be hoping to repeat their performance in the Europa League.
The team also had to adapt to the new coach after the departure of former coach Giovanni Trapattoni.
That meant they lost key players like Stefano Pioli and Andrea Barzagli, who had been key to the success of the team under Trapattino.
So far, Infantinos men have looked solid.
With the inclusion of Alessandro Nesta, they will be one of the strongest teams in Europe.
If they can build on the form of the previous campaign, they could potentially become one of Europe’s strongest sides.
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After two consecutive runners-ups, the top two teams in Serie D will face each other in the last eight.
This will be an exciting competition, with the winner of the last two rounds of the competition getting a trip to the Europa league, while the loser will have to settle for the group stage.
It should also be remembered that the winners of the Europa, UEFA Champions League and Europa League will qualify for the Europa Cup.
Another interesting fact is that the winner will face the winner in the next round of the Champions league, the last-16 group stage, as well as the last four in the Champions Cup.