Previous Italy manager Gian Piero Ventura has been designated head coach of Chievo on a two-year contract.
The job is Ventura’s first since being sacked in November 2017 in the wake of Italy’s inability to meet all requirements for the World Cup.
The 70-year-old replaces Lorenzo D’Anna, who was rejected with Chievo attached to the foot of the Serie A table after a keep running of four sequential annihilations.
Ventura touches base at Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi alongside his right hand Salvatore Sullo and wellness mentor Alessandro Innocenti.
Chievo, who have Atalanta in their first match after the worldwide break, are on less one in the wake of being docked three points in September for false bookkeeping.
A club articulation read: “To Mr Ventura and his staff, from all of Chievo, the hottest welcome and good fortunes for the work to be finished.”