Galatasaray announced that Roberto Mancini was appointed as their new boss on a three-year deal, and price per head sportsbooks see this as a very good move by the Turkish side and the manager.
Price per head sportsbooks found out that Mancini, who was sacked in May by Manchester City, will replace Fatih Terim after the Turkey national team manager was relieved last week of his duties.
The Italian is taking charge with Galatasaray at the Turk Telecom Arena in mid-table after he just claimed one win from five matches in the Super Liga so far this season, which leaves them eight points adrift of leaders and rivals Fenerbahce, and price per head sportsbooks following the club would like to see this situation change.
And pay per head services following Galatasaray were not very pleased at all to see that the defending Turkish champions opened their UEFA Champions League campaign in a similarly poor fashion, as they lost in their first match 6-1 to Real Madrid.
Mancini, who during his time at the Etihad Stadium led City to one Premier League title and one FA Cup crown, hopes to help his side bounce back from that loss, with his first game in charge coming on Wednesday at Juventus.
A statement on the club’s official website read: “Galatasaray Sports Club and Roberto Mancini have signed a contract for three years starting from the 2013-2014 football season.”
The Turkish side will turn into the fifth club that Mancini managed during his career, with spells at Fiorentina, Lazio and Inter preceding the time he spent at City.
Mancini enjoyed great success at Inter, winning the Serie A title three times between 2005 and 2008, and impressing price per head sportsbooks and fans alike.
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Price per head sportsbooks will always remember that in the 2011-12 campaign the manager led City to their first league crown in 44 years, but he was sacked after not being able to repeat that form the following term.