Andrea Pirlo passes an exam today, and not exactly on a soccer field. The current Juventus coach must present his graduation thesis at Coverciano, headquarters of the Italian Football Federation, to obtain the final title of coach.
According to Tuttosport, the Italian coach must pass this process to obtain the title, although in fact he could sit on the bench to direct his team by being enrolled in the UEFA Pro course.
This source highlights the words of Renzo Ulivieri, president of the Italian association of coaches, who spoke of the former ‘regista’.
“He has been an exceptional student, he knows a lot about football, he is a ball scientist,” said Ulivieri, highlighting how Pirlo took notes: “If you do it too much, it means that you don't know how to distinguish between what you need and what you don't. If you don't, you are not attentive. Pirlo pointed out the right things, he chose them wisely ”.
If all goes well, the Italian will complete training and will not need more than his second, Roberto Baronio, to formally appear as the Juventus coach.