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Marco Branca's time at Inter comes to an end
Marco Branca and Inter have agreed to end their working relationship.
8 February 2014, 12:00am
New Inter President Erick Thohir looks to be taking things into his own hands and changes in the staff he inherited from former president Massimo Moratti have started to take place.
Reports from Italy have indicated numerous times that the Technical Director's relationship with Inter would come to an end, but with Moratti at the helm he seemed to stay on.
A difficult tranfser campaign and a mess with the Freddy Guarin and Mirko Vucinic swap with Juventus in January 2014 was a big factor in Branca leaving Inter.
New Inter President Erick Thohir would like to put his new men in place before the summer transfer window opens.
Inter released an official statement that Branca has left the club.
Internazionale wishes to announce that the club and Mr Marco Branca have reached an agreement to end their working relationship.
FC Internazionale hands the reins of the club's Technical Area to sporting director Piero Ausilio, who will report directly to managing director Marco Fassone.
The club thanks Marco Branca for the valuable contribution he has made, first as a player and then as a director, and wishes him the best of luck with the next stage of his career.
Mr Marco Branca also thanks the club for the opportunities it has offered him and for the prestigious results achieved together. He wishes Inter a highly successful future.
Kevin Grech is MaltaToday's sports editor. He has been the designer of MaltaToday's print ...
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