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Francesco Guidolin is the former head coach of Swansea who was sacked by the club on his birthday: 3rd October 2016.

The Italian was a surprise appointment at Swansea in January (2016), taking charge of the club with Alan Curtis working alongside him as interim boss. The duo were tasked with keeping the Swans in the Premier League, which they did after registering a 12th place finish.

However, the Welsh outfit sent Guidolin packing after a poor start to the 2016/17 campaign.

Guidolin has plenty of managerial experience in Italy, enjoying spells at the likes of Udinese, Parma and Palermo, while he has also managed french outfit Monaco, but Swansea is his first venture into English football.

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TeamWDLWIN%
Swansea City1051138.5
Udinese80436243.2
Parma32261742.7
Palermo541026.3
Palermo16111439
Monaco12121035.3
Genoa--- Unknown ---
Palermo24251537.5
Bologna46425033.3
Udinese1661247.1
Vicenza44454034.1
Atalanta31342.9
Ravenna--- Unknown ---
Empoli--- Unknown ---
Fano Alma Juventus--- Unknown ---
Treviso--- Unknown ---
TOTAL28822024438.3

Francesco Guidolin Quotes

I'm too intelligent to be liked by the general public.


Match day is very tense. I Think, and then re-think, about whether I've made the right decisions regarding the team and whether I have worked well in the week. It's like an exam. Then, at the end of the game, I immediately start to think about the next game.


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