Landlords Practice Discrimination In Palermo

Beppe Sannino, sacked by Palermo last week after his side earned their first point of the season, claims that landlords in Palermo ask for rent in advance from coaches for the club. Now, I don't know the tenancy laws of Italy -- it's hard enough to concentrate on conveyance reversion -- and but this is probably a good piece of business from the lessors. Maurizio Zamparini has owned Palermo (the club, not the city) since 2004. Since taking over, 19 coaches have come and gone. Serse Cosmi lasted four games. Stefano Pioli lasted three months, but only because the majority of that time was in the offseason. Sannino himself was coach for just three matches. With Zampa's tendency to burn bridges, it's no wonder landlords are feeling the heat.

But still, this is Sicily. You'd think they'd find other ways of dealing with a broken contract...

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